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    Michael Skeen

    Great college to go to when you are working at your job.I went through 9 straight semesters in the BAUS PROGRAM. Now in the Graduate Program, I feel we are getting a great education with great professors. The Bronx Extension is a great access to us if we reside in the Bronx.I believe that if enrollment picks up they should go to other boroughs because MCNY is a great school that helps students who are enrolled here and work as well.The 50th anniversary is epic and its great that MCNY has lasted 50 years.

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    Kenneth Rhodes, Jr

    “There can be hope only for a society which acts as one big family, not as many separate ones.”
    - Anwar Sadat (Egyptian Army Officer, Former President of Egypt (1970-1981) 1918-1981)

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    Ed Viera, Jr.

    During my 1st MPA class, the professor asked me why I chose MCNY and the field of Public Affairs & Administration. My answer was “Because I want to be in charge.” The rest of my classmates wanted to save the world. At the age of 52 I needed to be in control of my own professional life rather than remain in the trenches and let someone else dictate it for me. Now I’m looking at life with a new pair of eyes, and realize that I have the ability to write my own paychecks. Thanks to MCNY, I’m finally lord and master of my own destiny.

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    Janette Viera

    I met Audrey Cohen more than 25 years ago. It was during my employment as a legislative aide to an Assemblyman that I had the pleasure to talk to her about education. She encourage me to return to school and pursue a degree in Human Services. I always thought my calling was government, but it turned out that nonprofit management was where my heart belonged. I owe that to Audrey Cohen and the college she
    founded. Thank you MCNY.

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    MICHAEL A SKEEN

    AS a student at MCNY, Its a great experience to be doing my masters degree and bachelors degree here. There is great learning here as well as to meet people and follow through. Throughout my 8 semesters, I have met great people and hope that in Graduate school it will be the same aspect of doing the same thing.Doing the international trip will be even greater as I will learn, new and great things moving forward.Its great to see MCNY turn 50 years with great students as well as faculty too.

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    Karmita Morgan-Randall

    I found Audrey Cohen College after experiencing a tramatic loss. The newpaper add caught my attention through tears of pain. I thought to myself where do I go from here. I enrolled in the program and found not only challenging course work but insightful leaders who were teaching us to take hold of our destiny and empower ourselves and others. I have utilized what I have learned to become a leader as an Assistant Director in a non profit organization. I also met my husband while attending. We have been together for almost twenty years. Thanks