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NMC-CDI Offers Framingham Master’s Degree Program (April 3, 2009)

The Northern Marianas College Community Development Institute (CDI), a program under the Division of Community Programs and Services (COMPASS), is inviting individuals interested in advancing their education to consider the Master’s Degree in Education Program from Framingham State College. The next cohort is slated to begin in the fall. Applications can be picked up from the CDI offices starting April 7, 2009.

To pick up brochures or application forms or for more information, please contact Carol Hosono at 234-5498 ext. 1253, email Back to NMC News list  :::

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