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Student Lobby Day

MCC students and staff represented the College at Student Lobby Day in Trenton in March. The program brought community college students from all over the state to talk with state legislators. “The students had an amazing experience and took advantage of the opportunity to not only talk about the importance of higher education and support for community colleges but also the opportunity to see the political process in action,” said Ode Hoppie, assistant director of Student Activities. From left, Mark McCormick, vice president for Academic and Student Affairs; Marla Brinson, dean of Student Affairs; Tony Graves, veteran student leader; Assemblyman John Wisniewski (D19), Komal Naqvi, PTK student leader; Mr. Hoppie; Charlotte Quigley, manager of Career Services; Birane I. Toure, PTK  student leader.

MCC students and staff represented the College at Student Lobby Day in Trenton in March. The program brought community college students from all over the state to talk with state legislators. “The students had an amazing experience and took advantage of the opportunity to not only talk about the importance of higher education and support for community colleges but also the opportunity to see the political process in action,” said Ode Hoppie, assistant director of Student Activities. From left, Mark McCormick, vice president for Academic and Student Affairs; Marla Brinson, dean of Student Affairs; Tony Graves, veteran student leader; Assemblyman John Wisniewski (D19), Komal Naqvi, PTK student leader; Mr. Hoppie; Charlotte Quigley, manager of Career Services; Birane I. Toure, PTK
student leader.