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    Alternative Transportation

    63% of QCC’s total greenhouse gas emissions come from campus commuting. Try these alternatives, and help us reduce our carbon footprint: Ride the Bus The campus is served by the following bus routes: #14 City Hall – Showcase Cinemas/Holden via Burncoat St #30 City Hall – West Boylston Wal-Mart via Grove ...

    Posting a position

    information on how QCC can help you with your employment needs contact us at 508.854.4439 or e-mail ...

    Steps for Current Students

    with your advisor, use the student portal / The Q  to do a degree audit. This will help you determine which ...

    Upcoming Admission Events

    QCC Worcester Campus Open House  670 West Boylston Street, Worcester, MA 01606 Come and learn how QCC can help jumpstart your career. QCC offers affordable certificates and degrees with quality education. Prospective students will have the opportunity to tour the campus, explore academic programs, talk ...

    Job Search Assistance

    Online Job Board QCC's online job search tool,  PurpleBriefcase, is available for all QCC students and alumni. You have 24/7 access to this secure system with the ability to review available job and co-op postings, and apply for positions. Interview Stream InterviewStream Prep helps students and job ...

    Mental Health Screenings

    to getting help. QCC Counseling Services sponsors a day long program held on October 5 in accord ...

    Get the Keys: How You can Intervene

    The U.S. Department of Transportation's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and The Advertising Council's Innocent Victims public service campaign emphasizes the need to intervene and get the keys away from someone about to drive drunk. Here are some helpful tips and advice ...

    Writing Conventions in Business

    Business writing is straightforward and direct, not excessively formal. Buzzwords that do not add precision or clarity should be avoided: words like no-brainer, win-win, value-added, for example, are not helpful to the reader. Personal pronouns are acceptable; if you are using the “you” pronoun in the plural, ...

    Types of Writing Assignments

    For example, a student might write about the movie “The Help” and describe, perhaps, a mixed portrayal of race ...

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