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MC Alumna Featured in Voice of America Story on Non-Traditional Students

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Attend Functional Council Meetings This Month... Check!

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Save Dec. 16 for Elite Faculty Showcase: Pedagogical Strategies For Reducing DFW Rate, Achieving the +2 Goal

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Passing of Richard L. Shelly, Retired Professor of Health and Physical Education at the Rockville Campus

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Washington Area Immigrant Integration Convening

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Lifelong Learning Institute: Spring Semester Registration Has Begun!

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Volunteers Needed for Maryland Science Bowl Competition on Jan. 14!

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Now Open in the King Street Gallery! Works by Faculty and Staff on the Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus

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Spirit Week Yields Needed Food for Hungry Students

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Future Link Self Advocacy and Career Development Seminar

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Listening in on Service-Learning: Latest Newsletter is Out

Montgomery College Health Training Program Highlighted in Washington Post

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Category: MC in the News

Published: 2016-12-08 00:00:01.000

An article in the Washington Post focuses on a unique training program for high school students interested in health care careers. The program sponsored by Ingleside at King Farm, a senior living community in Rockville, and a local foundation created by Dr. William Leahy, a physician who serves on the Ingleside Board of Directors. Montgomery College administers the program and Linda Hall, professor of nursing, is teaching the classes.

You can read the story here: https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/social-issues/these-high-schoolers-are-learning-to-nurse-by-practicing-on-real-patients/2016/12/05/d71afb4e-b8cd-11e6-a677-b608fbb3aaf6_story.html?utm_term=.78431f8089ec

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