Posted by Richard Naumann on Feb 26, 2019
Edward Sembor, associate dean of experiencial learning, was the speaker at a recent Putnam Rotary Club meeting. He spoke about Marianapolis's three-year-old The New Centers of Excellence Program. The curricular focus is business and entrepreneurship, civic engagement and service, and technology and innovation. Students earn a certificate in one of the COE focus areas and that will help distinguish their achievements and enhance their profile for college placement, he said. Sembor, center, stands with Putnam Rotary Club President John Miller, left, and Rotarian Robert Fournier Jr., who brought Sembor as speaker. Courtesy photo.