Off-Campus Study

A message from the Office of Off-Campus Study:

Congratulations to the Washington Program and Study Abroad photo content winners. We received so many wonderful entries and it was difficult to select just a few winning entries. Thank you to all the students who submitted photos.

Here's a slide show of the winning entries:

Jenya Green '16

Editor’s Note: This story was written before the final Moments in Minutes results were announced. The first place winner is Lindsey Mattila ’17, the second place winner is Emily Chambard ’16 and third place winner is Jenya Green ’16 . In the coming weeks, all the presentations will be posted on the Office of Off-Campus Study website.

By OCS Peer Ambassador Jenya Green ’16

Capitol Building

Six CMC students and one student from Pomona College who will participate in the spring 2016 Washington Program have won prestigious scholarship awards that will make their semester internships in the nation’s capitol that much easier.

It is the distinct pleasure of the Off-Campus Study Office to announce the study abroad photo contest winners for this semester.

The winners are:

The Off-Campus Study Office would like to congratulate the Washington Program photo contest winners for this semester.

CMC Director of Off-Campus Studies Kristen Mallory (left) receives the Professional Development Award from Dr. Mary Dwyer, President and CEO of IES Abroad.

Kristen Mallory, CMC’s Director of Off-Campus Study, was recently presented with the IES Abroad Professional Development Award at the organization’s Annual Conference, in Chicago.

IES Abroad—a leading not-for-profit study abroad organization—recognizes a study abroad professional who has made significant contributions to the field by creatively using resources to promote and support study abroad and provides leadership in the areas of program development and student services.