• Memorial Day 2017
    This Memorial Day, we remember those who have served and paid the ultimate price in our nation’s military. While they are always in our thoughts, they are especially remembered during this Memorial Day Holiday.
  • Commencement Speaker 2017
    Congressman Luis V. Gutiérrez is the College's 2017 Commencement Speaker and one of three honorary degree recipients.
  • Hassan shares expertise on mind control, cults
    Steven Hassan (MEd ‘85) used his Independent Research Project as a basis for his book, “Combating Cult Mind Control.” Since then, he’s become a national expert in the field.
  • CC student receives NSSS Award
    Katherine Bladgen received the North Shore Science Supervisor's Award for Exemplary Science Teaching. She is a lead science coach in Waltham and will graduate with her Master's in Science Ed this June.
  • CC-Lawrence hosts career event
    Cambridge College - Lawrence partnered with North Essex Community College and Suffolk University - North Campus Boston to host a career-networking night that took place on Tuesday, April 11th at The Riverwalk.
  • Mental Health Counseling Licensure Changes
    A small window of opportunity exists to pursue a career as a Mental Health Counselor under existing licensure rules.
  • Largest MBA Programs in Massachusetts
    Our MBA program was recognized by the Boston Business Journal as one of the Largest MBA Programs in Massachusetts. Our program moved up from #19 last year to #17 in 2017!
  • Our School of Education students achieved 100% pass rate!
    Cambridge College graduates of MEd Initial Licensure programs successfully completed ALL Massachusetts Tests for Educator Licenses (MTELs).

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Student News
James M. Leahy of Holyoke, Mass. was recently elected chairman of the Westfield State Foundation Board of Directors. The Westfield State Foundation is the 501 (c)(3) organization that raises funds in support of Westfield State University. As chair of the Foundation Board, Leahy is responsible for managing fundraising and outreach efforts, as well as advocating on behalf of the James M. Leahy Foundation throughout the community.
Alumni News
Eileen Emerson (MEd '06) has been appointed principal at Lanier Primary School. Emerson's tenure with Bryan County Schools began in 2000, when she was hired as a classroom teacher at Carver Elementary School. In 2008, she was promoted to assistant principal at Richmond Hill Primary School. In 2013, she joined the leadership team at Richmond Hill Middle School, where she served until her appointment at Lanier Primary School. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in early childhood education from Kansas State University, a Master of Education degree from Cambridge College, and a Doctorate of Education in curriculum and instruction from Georgia Southern University.
Alumni Spotlight
Jaclyn Valley, a K-2 STEAM teacher, will become coordinator of the Stowe Pre-K STEAM Academy. Valley has served the community since 2004, first as a kindergarten teacher and most recently as a K-2 STEAM teacher. Valley earned a bachelor's degree in early childhood education at Westfield University, a master's degree in education from Cambridge College, and a sixth-year degree in educational leadership from Central Connecticut State University.