MEC Student Life Office Making Things Happen

MEC Student Life Office Making Things Happen

MEC Student Life Office Making Things Happen
Student Michael Cabrera, Dr. Mary Moseley and Nursing Dean Mandy Milot.

The Student Life Office, under the leadership of Senior Advisor Patricia Martin-Mattocks, takes administrative responsibility for multicultural programming, leadership support services, campus entertainment, nine student organizations and one interest group. All these activities are designed to promote leadership opportunities, innovative programs and meaningful relationships outside the classroom.

On June 26, Martin-Mattocks and Student Life sponsored a great cookout event highlighting not only delicious food, but healthy outdoor games while the USA-Germany soccer game was streamed live.

On July 11 and 12, the Student Life Office sponsored four students and two Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) advisors to attend the Virginia/West Virginia Region of PTK 2014 Leadership Conference at Lord Fairfax Community College, Middletown Campus.

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MEC student volunteers at the registration: Diane Irizarry, Alexandra Willey, Karen Sison and Farah Shahsavarian.

The MEC chapter, Beta Nu Psi, hosted the registration and was awarded a certificate of recognition for exceptional regional leadership. As a fellowship activity, the group assembled at the Shenandoah Theater for the musical “The King and I” by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II. The next planned activity is Honors in Action Academy, November 6 to 9 at Randolph College.

 

 

 

 

 

MEC Student Life Office Making Things Happen
MEC students proudly showing award with Beta Nu Psi chapter co-advisors Patricia Martin-Mattocks and Maria Nieto-Shahsavarian.

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