• "Guns and Gun Violence in America: Too Many, Too Close"
    From February 26th to March 18th, Cambridge College will host Violence Transformed for the 4th year with an art exhibit, artist reception and performances. Please join us!
  • Cambridge College awards over $74,000 in scholarships!
    Sharlene Blake received a Henry Hampton Scholarship this term. She works as a Residential Counselor while pursuing her BA in Human Services. Sharlene hopes to become a director of a program that assists adolescent females in the justice system.
  • Greenberg Traurig's "A Conversation With" Series welcomed Deborah C. Jackson, President, Cambridge College
    President Jackson presented, "Reimagining Higher Education for a New Boston," which discussed closing Boston's talent gap while increasing access to opportunity for all Bostonians.
  • Michelle Wu, At-Large Boston City Councilor to speak at Cambridge College
    Please join us on February 28 at 6pm for a presentation on "How Cities are Leading in Today's Political Climate."
  • Leslie West (MEd '03) appointed principal of Muraco Elementary School
    After 10 years of working in the Lawrence Public Schools, she returned to Winchester to lead and serve the community where she grew up and is raising her own children.
  • Dr. Joe Miglio to serve as Weekend Boston Campus Director
    He will provide support and coordination of academic activities at the campus on weekends and will serve as liaison for deans, students and the College's support offices.

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Student Spotlight
Springfield MBA students presented their Capstone project on Saturday, December 2, 2017. The project “Opportunity Now”, a Community Resource Agency, required students to create a concept product, business plan, financial plan and marketing plan for their idea. The capstone was judged by Eastlyn Moore, 2017 Cambridge College MBA graduate; Robert Goldberg, Executive Director of MBA Program; Dr. Richard Turner, Core Faculty of Management Program; Teresa Forte, Director of Cambridge College Springfield; Brian Nicks, Shark and area investor; and Tracy Gaynor, community member and business owner. Pictured, left to right: Eastlyn Moore, Scuelin Thompson, Mohammad Abu-eisheh, Ozcan Topkan, Benjamin Jenne, Jacqueline Faison, Vernon Mitchell, Teresa Forte, Janine Fondon, Robert Goldberg, Brian Nicks and Tracy Gaynor.
Alumni News
Athletic Director Robert Duquette (MEd '95) of Plymouth has been selected as recipient of the District D Athletic Director of the Year Award from the Massachusetts Secondary Schools Athletic Directors Association (MSSADA). The award is presented each year to an athletic administrator from each of the Association's eight athletic districts who has displayed outstanding leadership and meritorious achievement in interscholastic administration at the local, district and state levels. Duquette received his undergraduate degree in Health and Physical Education from Bridgewater State College and a Master's in Education from Cambridge College. He started his career at Sacred Heart 38 years ago as a grade 7-12 Physical Education teacher. Two years later he was named Director of Health and Physical Education in addition to Athletic Director.