Veronica Clinton (Lebanon Township) was recently named director of development at Middlesex County College. In this role she also serves as executive director of the Middlesex County College Foundation, Inc.
Clinton will manage the College’s fund raising and alumni relations programs, be the chief executive officer of the Foundation, and College liaison to the MCC Alumni Association, Inc.
“I am pleased Veronica will be joining us,” said Patrick Madama, vice president for institutional advancement at the College. “She has an excellent background and the right skills to expand private support for College programs and services working with the volunteer leaders of the Foundation and the Alumni Association.”
Clinton comes to MCC from Summit Speech School, for children who are deaf and hard of hearing, where she was director of development. She has also worked for the American Heart Association, Bloomfield College and Union County College. She is a graduate of Union County College and Kean University.
Middlesex County College is a public community college in Edison, New Jersey offering 100 degree and certificate programs. Together, dedicated teaching faculty, small classes and state-of-the-art learning technologies prepare students for transfer to complete advanced degrees and for 21st century careers. Also available are contract training and numerous non-credit courses.
At Middlesex, students receive the best value available for a quality education with low tuition and fees, scholarships and financial aid programs. Day, evening, weekend and online courses are offered for full-time or part-time students. In addition to the main campus, there are centers in New Brunswick and Perth Amboy.
The Middlesex County College Foundation, Inc., founded in 1966, is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation that raises private support from organizations and individuals to fulfill the College’s mission of providing access to an affordable, quality education. The Foundation is organized to work collaboratively with the College’s Office of Development and Alumni Relations in the Division of Institutional Advancement. A Board of Trustees, comprising ex officio and elected members, conducts the affairs of the Foundation. The Foundation’s purpose is to raise, accept, invest and grant all charitable gifts, bequests and property for the College and its students.
The Middlesex County College Alumni Association, Inc., represents more than 48,000 Middlesex County College alumni throughout the world. The Alumni Association is organized to work collaboratively with the College’s Office of Development and Alumni Relations in the Division of Institutional Advancement. A Board of Trustees conducts the affairs of the Association. The Association’s purpose is to establish and maintain relations among the College, its alumni, emeriti and current students in support of the College’s mission of providing access to an affordable, quality education.
May 26, 2011
The student phonathon volunteers called alumni, college retirees, and parents and friends of the College to achieve its mission of building relationships, by keeping them informed about Middlesex County College, and making the case for annual support.