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Free Biotechnology Boot Camp Fills Critical Need—Targets Displaced Workers—for Local COVID-19 Vaccine Manufacturing

Montgomery College is offering a free, four-week biotechnology boot camp sponsored by WorkSource Montgomery to quickly train displaced workers for…

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Industry and MC Experts Celebrate New Graduates in Clinical Trial Field

Need for Vaccines and Research Escalates  In December, as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved emergency use authorization of…

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For K-12 Students Challenged by Virtual Learning, MC’s Youth Programs Provide Some Answers

Failure rates in math and English jumped as much as sixfold for some of the most vulnerable students in Maryland’s…

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The Student Health and Wellness Center Adapted Its Support During the Pandemic

Editor’s note: This story is part of our MC faculty and staff series in which professors and/or staff discuss relevant topics…

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Presidential Scholars Program Aims to Remove Barriers for Students

Empowering students to change their lives and enrich the life of the community has long been Montgomery College’s mission. In…

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