A $4,500 Campus for Environmental Stewardship grant is supported the work of four MCLA classes studying food systems, as well as a local nonprofit.
From field days for North Adams children to cystic fibrosis runs and park cleanups, we did a lot of good through the sorority and the Inter-Greek Council that stuck with me.
With all of the changes that MCLA has had to make to ensure that faculty and students are kept safe and healthy, we felt that it was important for us to do the same.
Growing from our history in the arts, sciences and professional programs, we participate and are lead partners in many regional endeavors. Learn more about our community initiatives.
MCLA provides local teachers and students with opportunities and resources in order to connect and support Berkshire County's youth, serving as a pipeline to funnel students into critical industries.
BERC goals are to strengthen the educational experience in environmental areas and sustainability, both for students at MCLA, and for the community that benefits from BERC programming.