Contact: Cherie Ronayne
Office of Institutional Communications
cronayne [at] qcc.mass.edu
Worcester, MA, March 12, 2014 – QCC will present a breakfast meeting for an audience of invited corporate guests, local entrepreneurs, legislators and QCC faculty and staff to discuss entrepreneurship in the local community. The breakfast is scheduled for Friday, March 14 at the Worcester Senior Center on Providence Street. This is QCC’s third annual corporate breakfast designed to engage the local business community and encourage motivational discussion on entrepreneurship.
QCC Board of Trustees Chair Stacey DeBoise Luster will welcome attendees, followed by greetings from Senator Michael Moore and City Manager for the City of Worcester Ed Augustus. QCC President Dr. Gail Carberry will talk about QCC’s entrepreneurial mindset, and share the latest from the College. Entrepreneur Scott Rossiter will moderate a panel of local entrepreneurs. Panelists will include Kathy Barron, Accurate Resource Group; Eric Dunphy, Vital EMS; Carrie Johnson, QCC Adjunct Professor, Journalist, Author, Entrepreneur; and Ron Josephson, Power-Guide Marketing. The program will close with remarks from Laurance S. Morrison, President of the QCC Foundation and Susan Mailman, Chair of the QCC’s RISE Campaign.
The breakfast is planned, managed and provided by QCC Hospitality and Recreation Management students at the Worcester Senior Center.
WHEN: Friday, March 14, 2014
WHERE: Worcester Senior Center, 128 Providence Street, Worcester, Massachusetts 01604
WHAT TIME: Breakfast - 7:30 a.m. with presentation to follow; program ends at 9:00 a.m.
RSVP: Marny O’Brien at mobrien [at] qcc.mass.edu
For More Information: Call Josh Martin, Director of Institutional Communications at 508.854.7513
Quinsigamond Community College is the most affordable higher education in Worcester County. As a regional leader in education and workforce development, QCC serves the diverse educational needs of Central Massachusetts by providing affordable, accessible, and high quality programming leading to transfer, career, and lifelong learning.