• Information Session Tuesday Evening
    Please join us for an Information Session on Tuesday, Feb. 28, at 6pm at our main Cambridge campus. Pursue the career you really want!
  • Black History Month Spotlight
    "People always say that I didn't give up my seat because I was tired, but that isn't true...No, the only tired I was, was tired of giving in." - Rosa Parks
  • MBA students meet with The Psychological Center CEO
    Cambridge College’s student-run consulting group is working on the strategic plan for a local nonprofit organization.
  • CC named as a Best School for Latinos
    Latino Leaders Magazine identified the top 50 best colleges in the U.S. for Latinos. Only two schools in Massachusetts made the grade.
  • Student Kristen Fleury receives award
    Cambridge College School of Education student, Ms. Kristen Fleury has been honored with an award by the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA).
  • President Deborah Jackson recognized as One of 150 Boston Women of Influence
  • CC's Mental Health programs in the news!
    Healthcare News reports that Cambridge College is helping adults enter the fast-growing mental health professions that deal with addictions, marriage and family therapy, trauma and children in schools.

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Feb 24 2017 - 3:00pm
Room 152, 1000 Mass. Ave, Cambridge
Student News
Karen Leister, a current student in the M.Ed. in School Nurse Education Program, was recently awarded a scholarship through the National Association of School Nurses (NASN). Karen applied for the scholarship in October 2016, writing 3 essays as part of the application process. Beth Mattey, current NASN President, personally called to congratulate Karen. Only two such awards are bestowed on school nurses each year. As part of her win, Karen will be attending the annual NASN Conference in San Diego, California in June 2017, courtesy of NASN, where she will be formally acknowledged at a special reception.
CC Program in the News
Are you passionate about your health - and about the health of others? Do you keep up with the latest health and nutrition news? Fox News Health recently reported on a study that found that as many as 30% of US adults regularly skip breakfast - and that could have a serious impact on their health. People who eat breakfast daily, according to the study findings, are less likely to have risk factors associated with cardiovascular disease, such as high cholesterol and elevated blood pressure.
Alumni Spotlight
History shows anyone can become a bully. Bullying dates back to before my parents' school days. I'm talking more than 80-plus years ago. You would think after all these years, someone would have figured out a solution to bullying behavior. My parents attended a one-room schoolhouse, which was also their church. As school children, they sang songs and played hide-and-seek and Ring Around the Rosie games with cousins and friends from down the road. My mother shared that they had to deal with many issues of bullying behavior. There was one particular family member who would...