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  • Cambridge College forges partnership with Northern Essex Community College
    The result is expanded access and affordability of higher education for students in the Merrimack Valley.
  • "The time is always right to do what is right."
    --Martin Luther King, Jr.
  • Cambridge College launches Massachusetts' first Hospitality Pre-Apprenticeship Program
    Cambridge College, MGM, and the Mass. Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development will prepare the workforce in Springfield for the high demand career positions in the hospitality industry.
  • Book by Dr. Twomey released
    Elevating Energy Press has published Sr. Faculty Member Dr. John Twomey’s book, “Matters of Love: Unraveling the Mysterious Energy Patterns of Attractions and Relationships.” The book is the result of 5 decades of counseling people from all walks of life.
  • New Connections magazine published
    Check out the winter edition of Connections, the Cambridge College magazine for alumni, students and friends.

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Cambridge College's Tower Square campus is the first school in Massachusetts certified to offer classroom pre-apprenticeship training in hospitality under a program it designed with the help of MGM Springfield. Apprenticeships as a way of training people for careers make most people think of the construction trades - for example plumbing, carpentry, steelworking - said William McKinney, director of the division of labor standards for the state Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development. "We are trying to change that," McKinney said during a press conference Tuesday outside Cambridge College's Tower Square offices. "We are building a number of apprentice programs for many careers. The goal is to bridge that gap between people who need these jobs and the employers who are looking for certain skills." The program begins in February and will be large enough to accommodate as many as 1,200 students, said Teresa Forte, Cambridge College Springfield director. Classes range from one week to four weeks and run in cycles. Tuition is $159 to $459 depending on the length of the course, and classes can be credited toward Cambridge College's degree program in hospitality management, Forte said. "It's serving that need for servers, bussers, security people ... every job that involves hospitality," Forte said....
Alumni News
Wareham High School Principal Scott Palladino (left) will be interviewed along with two other finalists for the position of Plymouth North High School’s principal. Plymouth Public Schools made the announcement in a notice sent out to parents recently. Palladino, along with Bourne High School’s current Principal Amy Center and Taunton High School’s Associate Headmaster Peter Pacellin, will be interviewed on Jan. 11 in the Plymouth North High School Library. Palladino was hired as Wareham High School Principal in 2010. He started his career in Wareham in 1994, teaching health at the high school. He has held several administrative roles since then including Site Director for Adult Education and Elementary Summer School Director. He was appointed assistant principal at the high school in 2006 and principal of the Wareham Cooperative Junior Senior High School in 2009. Palladino holds a master's degree in Administration from Cambridge College, a certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies from Bridgewater State College, and is a Massachusetts certified principal/assistant principal.