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Fisher College General Counsel Appears on Magic 106.7's Exceptional Women

Sue Tabb of Boston radio station Magic 106.7 interviews Carolina Avellaneda, Fisher College as General Counsel and Vice President of Operations, who is tirelessly working on one of the hottest issues in society today: the issue of gender equality.  She is a tireless advocate for women and issues facing women today. This interview first aired on the August 7, 2016 edition of Exceptional Women.

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Fisher College Agreement Allows Students to Transfer Credits in Pursuit of a Degree

Smart Horizons Early Childhood/Early Intervention courses can now be applied to degree requirements at Fisher College

Boston, MA – An articulation agreement between Fisher College and Smart Horizons program will make it easier for students to earn their degrees. This agreement will allow students enrolled in Early Childhood Education training courses through Smart Horizons to transfer up to six credits to be used in the pursuit of an associate’s degree in Early Childhood or bachelor’s degrees in Human Services/Early Childhood/Early Intervention.

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FISHER COLLEGE CHIEF OF STAFF SELECTED FOR NATIONAL LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

Fisher College is pleased to announce Dr. Melinda Cook, Vice President of Strategy and Chief of Staff, is one of 23 senior-level administrators in higher education nationwide selected by the Council of Independent Colleges (CIC) to participate in the 2016–2017 Executive Leadership Academy.

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Fisher College Student Veteran Association Awarded $10,000 for New Vet Center

Part of nationwide Vet Center Initiative by Student Veterans of America and The Home Depot Foundation to support veteran centers on college campuses

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Fisher College Vice President Appointed to Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women

(April, 2016) Fisher College is extremely proud to announce that Governor Charlie Baker appointed Carolina Avellaneda, Vice President of Operations and General Counsel, to the Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women. 
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No Evil at Fisher

March 28, 2016 - Disagreement is natural. To some, it's even a favorite pastime. But it seems that instead of talking, listening, and finding common ground, there are those who prefer to get others worked up and turn simple disagreement into "Us vs. Them" or even "Good vs. Evil." When that happens, it can lead to anything from strange looks on the street to fear of others to bullying and even open hatred and violence.
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AMERICAN HERO TO DELIVER 2016 FISHER COLLEGE COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS

Legion of Honour Recipient Alek Skarlatos to Serve as Distinguished Speaker

 
(February 2, 2016) Fisher College is proud to announce that Alek Skarlatos, who was awarded the United States Army Soldier’s Medal and the Legion of Honour, France’s highest decoration, will serve as distinguished Commencement Speaker at its 112th Commencement Ceremony at the John Hancock Back Bay Events Center in Boston, Massachusetts, on Saturday, May 14, 2016, at 11:00 a.m.
Alex Skarlatos
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FISHER COLLEGE WELCOMES MISS MASSACHUSETTS TEEN USA

Pageant Winner Sophie Baird to Study Fashion Merchandising in the fall 2015

(April 1, 2015) Boston? - Fisher College is proud to announce today that Sophie Baird, the reigning Miss Massachusetts Teen USA has been accepted and has chosen to be a member of Fisher’s incoming freshman class in fall 2015.
Sophie Baird
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FISHER COLLEGE STUDENTS WORK ON MAJOR NEW BOOK

Student Research Team Vital to the Publication of Boston Strong

(January 7, 2015) Boston – Fisher College is proud to announce today that its student research team will be featured in the highly anticipated new book Boston Strong: A City’s Triumph over Tragedy which will be published this month (January 13, 2015, by ForeEdge) and will be available at book sellers and Amazon and Barnes and Noble.
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FISHER COLLEGE MAINTAINS STRONG COMMITMENT TO SUPPORTING VETERANS

Fisher College Partners with WKLB Country 102.5 and Cell Phones For Soldiers to Provide Donations to Veterans Facing Homelessness

(December 18, 2014) Boston – This holiday season Fisher College is taking another step toward its commitment to helping our nation’s active military and veterans. On Monday December 22nd, the college will present the New England Center for Homeless Veterans (NECHV) with a generous donation of calling cards and cellular phones with paid contracts, valued at approximately $5,000.
Cell Phones for Soldiers
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