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September 15 is Founder’s Day at Mount Carmel College of Nursing – commemorating our founding by the Sisters of the Holy Cross in 1903. In celebration, MCCN President and Dean Emeritus, Dr. Ann E. Schiele, has a special three-minute message about strengthening, supporting and sustaining Our Legacy of Learning. Please enjoy Ann’s heartfelt words:

Mount Carmel Foundation President, Deanna Stewart, invites you to learn more by attending a virtual Our Legacy of Learning Campaign Kick-off Town Hall at noon on September 22 featuring MCCN President and Academic Dean, Dr. Kathleen Williamson. You’ll hear how MCCN is adapting to maintain excellence in nursing education during the coronavirus pandemic, making advances in innovative teaching, helping our students stay engaged, and renewing its commitment to the mission of our founders, the Sisters of the Holy Cross, through Our Legacy of Learning Campaign.

Please RSVP for the MCCN Town Hall by replying to GivetoMC@mchs.com.

At noon on September 22, please follow the instructions below to participate in the Our Legacy of Learning Campaign Kick-Off Town Hall.

To join by computer or phone application, click here and enter access code 173 171 0780 and when prompted enter password q97MJmCpiB4.

To join by phone, call 408-418-9388 and enter 173 171 0780 and when prompted enter password 79765627.

We welcome questions for our panel in advance: Please submit them to GivetoMC@mchs.com, or feel free to submit them during the virtual meeting via the chat feature.

As always, MCCN thanks you for your dedication and interest, and we look forward to your attendance and participation next week.

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