MC Today Covers "Student Advocacy Day" in Annapolis

Montgomery College students joined hundreds of other Maryland community college students in Annapolis for Student Advocacy Day on February 11. The event, organized by the Maryland Association of Community Colleges, connects students with their state representatives to discuss the value of community colleges.

Montgomery College president, Dr. DeRionne Pollard, introduced Antony Musembi, who enrolled at MC after a 20-year hiatus from higher education, as this year's Student Advocacy Day speaker.

Watch the news story on MCTV, or on the Montgomery College YouTube channel at this link: http://youtu.be/Vlea_2vCtIA

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