Year in Review:
During the 2010/2011 school year:
- 180 MCC students enrolled in a class with a community service component.
- 2,700 community service hours were contributed.
- Some of the community organizations MCC partnered with:
- Boys and Girls Club
- Habitat for Humanity
- Hands on Hartford
- Lutz Children's Museum
- Manchester Area Conference of Churches
- Manchester Office of Neighborhood and Families
- Nathan Hale Elementary School
- Police Activities League
Of special note, is the work that was done with the Nathan Hale students in their neighborhood and on the school's grounds:
- East Side Public Safety Youth Center - 22 Nathan Hale students worked with 15 MCC students and Susan Classen-Sullivan and Patricia Carrigan, faculty members from MCC's Fine Arts Department, to produce clay masks to display at the new center.
- Community Garden - 20 Nathan Hale students created a garden on school grounds with 12 MCC students and Rachel Mintell, faculty member from MCC's Biology Department.
- East Side Public Safety Youth Center - giving Nathan Hale students the oportunity to create individual works of arts tobe showcased at the new center (pictures of Susan Classen-Sullivan, Patricia Carrigan, student art work)
- Police Activities League - mentoring Illing Middle School students (pictures of Brian Agrawal, Marissa Cote)
- Build on programs offered through partnership with Manchester Office of Neighborhood and Families
- Mentoring and Tutoring
- Develop programs in the areas of:
- Career Awareness
- Financial Literacy
- Stengthen connection to Great Path Academy, a magnet high school located within the campus of MCC
Last Update: February 19 2014
For additional information, contact: Tim Woods