Heather McGlauflin

Heather McGlauflin

I am a bicentennial baby, born on March 2 at Saint Joseph’s Hospital in Bangor, Maine. My parents divorced when I was 2.5 years old. As a child I watched my mother work full-time while continuing her education. I saw that with hard work and perseverance, anything is possible... Read more >


Can I sell you a

Marketing student Christine Lumino peddles during the Business Management program’s annual fair showcasing students’ original products and marketing plans. Read more >


Reading in the original

Liberal Studies student Andrew White reads one of his poems during a poetry reading on Tech Day, an EMCC annual day of community building and civic engagement. Read more >


Medical Assistant

Medical Assistants are multi-skilled allied health professionals specifically trained to work in ambulatory settings such as physicians’ offices, clinics, and group practices, performing administrative and clinical procedures. Students are provided with extensive hands-on training in both entry level and advanced medical assistant competencies in... Read more >

Stephen McCarron

Stephen McCarron

I went to work in construction right out of high school. I got a lot of good experience with heavy equipment but I also wasn’t going to be able to go anywhere in the field without a degree. I knew I needed to go back to school in order... Read more >

Shauna Strattonmeier

Shauna Strattonmeier

I am the first person in my family to go to college, which is an achievement I never thought was possible. College was always a dream of mine but I grew up in an isolated, financially unstable household. As a result of that environment, I followed the path modeled... Read more >

Morgan Talty

Morgan Talty

I grew up on Indian Island, a 3×1 mile stretch of land. We’re Wabanaki, meaning People of the Dawn. We’re made up of Micmac, Passamaquody, Penobscot and Maliseet Native Americans. I know every house, every person, every landmark on Indian Island. But walking through the woods, it’s always new... Read more >

Zach Mathieu

Liberal Studies as the launching pad

Zach Mathieu is a second year Liberal Studies student from Bingham, Maine who enrolled directly after high school. His plan is to become a history teacher, completing a bachelor’s degree from the University of Maine at Farmington and then going to graduate school. Read more >

Painter John LeBlanc

Learning from the artist

Painter John LeBlanc talks with Drawing I students about his work on exhibit in the John Rohman Art Gallery. Read more >

Math instructor Changsu Lee

Mastering language

When math instructor Changsu Lee first arrived in the United States from Korea, he learned English quickly because there were no other Korean students. Immediately integrating foreign students into classes with other English speaking students is key to the Integrative English Program Changsu developed five years ago and which... Read more >