2022 FA "Follow Your Dream" Scholarship Fund

The FA "Follow Your Dream" Scholarship provides funding opportunities for all MCC students with a focus on those who are not only successful in their studies but balance their off-campus responsibilities such as multiple jobs, elder care, child care, housing insecurity, health issues, etc. as well. Thanks for your continued support of this scholarship and our students!

Fundraising Raffle - Holiday Gift Baskets!

Our annual fundraising raffle will take place once again this year.  Two gift baskets, containing a one night stay at the Benjamin Porter House B&B, Skaneateles, NY, Wegmans & Starbucks gift cards, coffee, wine, candles, and many more goodies, will be raffled off to raise funds for this worthwhile scholarship.

 Purchase your raffle tickets at the following location, dates and time:

1) FA Office (7-205) - Sonja Lenhard 

2) Chem./Geo. Dept. - Jessica Barone

3) DTC - Susan Bender (VaPA)

 

4) ATC - Juanita Leone 

Cost: 1 for $5, 3 for $10 & 7 for $20

Tickets will be sold at the FA Holiday Party as well.

The drawing of the winning raffle tickets will take place at the FA Holiday Party on Friday, December 9th at Trio restaurant, Winton Place.

How to Donate Directly to the FA Scholarship?

1) In-person (FA Office 7-205) via cash or check (checks made payable to Faculty Association)

2) Via mail:

MCC Faculty Association

Attn: Sonja Lenhard

1000 East Henrietta Rd.

Rochester, NY 14623

Who is this year's Scholarship Honoree?

This year’s FA "Follow Your Dream" Scholarship honoree is Taine Vinci!  Taine dedicated four decades of her life to working at MCC and made a profound impact throughout the college. She worked in a number of offices in the Student Services division, including Counseling, Advising, Veteran Services, and Records & Registration. She was recognized and respected by her colleagues for her exceptional dedication to our students, but also to serving her fellow employees. Taine served as the Vice president for the FA for over 10 years and served under three different FA presidents. She was a tireless advocate for professional staff and always ensured that the professional staff perspective was considered in every FA decision. She was a mentor and friend to many employees at MCC, including me, and she was widely known for her institutional knowledge and insight. I believe Taine is the epitome of who we had in mind when we designed the scholarship  - she truly was the best of MCC!