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District Champs! MC Men's and Women's Basketball Both Headed to Nationals

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Central Services (CT) Building Parking Map and Information


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The Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus Council Meets Tuesday - Can't Attend? Use Go To Meeting!

MC Pride and Allies

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LGBTQIA Chat March 7!

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Pre-Transfer Advising On Campus

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How Is Your Memory? Take STSU 114 Memory Development


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The Vernal Equinox, the First Day of Spring

Arts at MC

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Opening Reception for "Landscape Revisited," March 5, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

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Tenth Annual Every Girl Can Conference Saturday, March 10 at the TP/SS Campus

MC Foundation

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Unprecedented $300,000 Available Through Montgomery College Foundation's Innovation Fund and Holy Cross Health Grants

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Next TEAS Information Session: March 12 - Germantown

Professional Development

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Professional Development Opportunity: Teaching in Macau, China

Free Class to MC Employees - Montgomery County Economy and Business: Trends, Opportunities, and Strategies

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Category: It's Academic

Published: Mar 5 2018 12:00AM

How will Montgomery County and the region respond to global economic and business shifts? Register for this two-hour Lifelong Learning Institute course to discuss Montgomery County's fundamental shifts in its economic and business landscape. You will explore the county's and region's economic trends and opportunities. In addition, you will examine the strategies for growing a 21st century economy, including expanding jobs and tax base. This class is offered by Lily Qi, Montgomery County Assistant Chief Administrative Officer.

Course: LLI227 CRN#: 35647
Gaithersburg Business Training Center 402
Friday 3/23 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Staff and Faculty attend for free but must email Natasha Sacks - to register.

*** Lily Qi is Assistant Chief Administrative Officer, under Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett, for economic and workforce development responsible for the County's overall economic strategies, business climate issues, economic communication and strategic partnerships with key organizations and institutions.

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