ACC's Dean of Workforce Development and Continuing Education Eileen Peltier was interviewed yesterday on NPR for the additional SNAP Funding ACC has received. Please find a transcript of the interview, which is featured on NPR's homepage, below.
Asnuntuck Community College (ACC) has received an additional $50,000 in SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) funding for scholarships in the college’s Healthcare Career programs.
Courant.com: "When Monica Messenger started taking classes at Asnuntuck Community College last year, it was a new experience for her."
Asnuntuck Community College will offer both Esthetician and Nail Technician programs this fall. Both programs are offered on a full or part-time basis. Day and evening classes are available. Both programs are approved for SNAP funding. Rose Gay, LME, LMT and Maria Gay, LE, MA will be co-teaching all of the classes.
Asnuntuck Community College will host four weeks of Mad Science Awesome Activity Weeks this summer. Designed to be fun, hands on and very interactive students will be participating in both indoor and outdoor activities. Class size is limited for these offerings. Each week costs $249 with the exception of Eureka/Robots which has a fee of $270 (which includes a $20 materials fee for robots).
Asnuntuck Community College’s Continuing Education Department will be offering a free class this summer. The two hour class will be taught by Dr. Robert Langone.
President Gregory Gray of the Board of Regents for Higher Education announced today that James P. Lombella has been selected to be the next President of Asnuntuck Community College. The selection was made after consideration of over 90 candidates who applied for the position. Mr.