Snapshots

Editor’s note: Highlighting a few submitted photos from AACC-member colleges.

Mount Wachusett Community College President James Vander Hooven (left), U.S. Rep. Lori Trahan and Fitchburg State University President Richard Lapidus participate in a roundtable with area business and legislative leaders at MWCC’s Gardner campus. (Photo: MWCC)

Hagerstown Community College President Jim Klauber signs a police academy agreement with Sgt. Patrick Kemmerer of the Hagerstown Police Department in Maryland. (Photo: HCC)

Tallahassee Community College alumnus and Tallahassee Mayor John Dailey (right) holds a Q&A session with the college’s Student Government Association, where he discusses community matters, future and current plans for the city and his favorite memories during his time at TCC. He is joined by TCC President Jim Murdaugh (center). (Photo: TCC)

In Connecticut, Norwalk Community College culinary arts and hospitality management students hone their kitchen skills. (Photo: NCC)

Jan Grimes, a banking and finance instructor at Milwaukee Area Technical College in Wisconsin, shares observations with a local TV reporter for a story about how retail clerks and bankers can avoid being scammed by international thieves. (Photo: MATC)

In West Virginia, New River Community and Technical College students and faculty help with t-shirt sales during the 10th Volleyball 4 Autism event. (Photo: NRCTC)

At Fayetteville Technical Community College in North Carolina, respiratory therapy students test their skills on an infant manikin. (Photo: Fayetteville Technical)

Southeastern Community College respiratory care students again win first place in the Sputum Bowl Competition at the Iowa Society for Respiratory Care’s Lung Conference. (Photo: SCC)

Gregg Rentfrow from the United Kingdom’s Department of Animal and Food Sciences visits Ashland Community and Technical College (Kentucky) to demonstrate and lecture to culinary arts students about butchering techniques. (Photo: ACTC)

During a ceremony at the Massachusetts State House, two Cape Cod Community College students were named to the Phi Theta Kappa All-Massachusetts Academic Team. President John Cox and PTK Coordinator/History Professor Kate Martin joined students Emma Perry and Kai Catalina Pombo for the ceremony.(Photo: CCCC)

Savannah Technical College’s new avionics training program will include the Gulfstream G500, a symmetry flight deck that uses touch-screen technology which requires specialized avionics training to install and service. (Photo: STC)

At South Carolin’s Orangeburg-Calhoun Technical College, students in the engineering design technology program share their senior project – building an electric guitar. (Photo: OCTC)

About the Author

Matthew Dembicki
is editor of Community College Daily and serves as publications director for the American Association of Community Colleges.