[dropcap]A[/dropcap]s part of MCM’s Outreach Program to ensure maximum participation from the Community at the Homestead City Hall Project, the Construction firm reached out to Sarah Tuskey, chairperson of the School of Business for Miami-Dade College Homestead Campus to create a new internship program for the students of the school.
The College pre-selected 5 students which were interviewed by a panel representing the City of Homestead’s (COH) Mayor’s Office, the COH Manager’s Office, Miami-Dade College and MCM. Glenda Secola, a soon to be Bachelor in Applied Science in Supervision and Management, was recommended unanimously by the panel for the internship. Glenda, started her career in the military at 17, and after 10 years of successful professional development in many key positions at the Turkey Point Nuclear Plant she decided to change careers and realized going back to school for her degree was the smartest way to achieve this.
Glenda will be recognized at the City of Homestead Council Meeting tomorrow. MCM is truly excited about having her join their Homestead City Hall Project Team, and look forward to a long relationship with her.