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Friday Forum Series: Montgomery County Refugee Training Center at Montgomery College

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Published: Feb 24 2012 12:00AM

The Montgomery College Office of Equity and Diversity is sponsoring the 2011-2012 Friday Forum Series. Friday Forum is a unique opportunity for faculty, administrators and staff to participate in facilitated, research-based and robust roundtable discussions about relevant contemporary community college issues.

The second forum in the series will be on Friday, February 24, 2012, at the Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus, Student Services Building, Room 301, from 1:30-3 p.m. This forum topic is: Montgomery County Refugee Training Center at Montgomery College: Noncredit training programs for eligible refugees and asylees.

Dr. Brenda C. Williams and Ms. Noa Sadan, directors, will be the forum facilitators. The discussion will focus on services and classes for refugees and asylees. This will be an interactive discussion with a question and answer period.

Montgomery College faculty and staff may sign up to participate at

Faculty and staff from other institutions who wish to register should contact Ms. Yvonne Stephens at 240-567-4203 or by email at

The Forums are open to anyone. Please attend and bring students, friends and colleagues.

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  1. February 24th Friday Forum FLYER.pdf
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