Hit the ground running long before you graduate through Career Services, which will help you find employment, as well as internships that build workplace skills and provide real-world experience future employers like to see. Discover how to best market your accomplishments, skills and knowledge, as you launch the next step to your future. ...Read More
Joy Reid, Hardman Lecture Series
MSNBC National Correspondent Joy Reid will deliver Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts’ (MCLA) Hardman Lecture on Thursday, Oct. 15, at 7 p.m. This lecture event, “The Role of Journalism of Affirmation in the Social Media Era,” is free and open to the public.
California Volleyball Player at Home at MCLA
Previously a junior college athlete at Foothill Community College in Los Altos, Calif., Allison Clark ’17 attributes her decision to transfer to MCLA to Women’s Volleyball Head Coach Amanda Beckwith, who contacted and recruited her. “I love the warm culture here. It has been such a smooth transition because of the environment that surrounds the campus as a whole.” ...Read More Watch Video
Alumnus Gains Recognition as a Playwright
Playwright Bill Doncaster said the two-and-a-half years he spent at the College gave him the best theatre education he could have asked for. His play, “Two Boys Lost,” has garnered multiple award nominations, and he most recently was selected by SpeakEasy Stage for the 2016 Boston Project for his proposal of “Ward 9.” ...Read More
The Board of Trustees of MCLA invites nominations and expressions of interest for the position of President. The President will be a champion for the liberal arts and for public higher education, an advocate for the College at the local and state levels, and will continue to further MCLA’s place in national conversations about higher education and the value of the liberal arts. ...Read More