Posted: October 26, 2011
At a recent Advisory Board meeting for the Manchester School of Technology's Advanced Manufacturing program, Manchester Community College's Vice President for Students Kim Keegan suggested that MST post a "wish list" of items at every school function. The list included 50 4GB USB drives for the students in Dan Cassidy’s Advanced Manufacturing classes. "Dan's students didn't have an affordable way to store their computer-generated work and make a portable portfolio to show potential employers," says MCC's Keegan.
Now they do. Keegan worked with MCC's Director of IT Naim Syed and the college has now provided 50 credit-card sized USB drives that include the logos from both MST and MCC.