EMCC's Student of the Year

Shauna Strattonmeier

Eastern Maine Community College Liberal Studies - Shaunna Read more >


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Up close

Automotive student Philip Albert inspects the rear suspension of his Blazer. Read more >


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 >


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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 >


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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 >


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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 >