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Be a Student’s Hero on April 29

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EMCC Celebrates Community College Month with 1-Day Crowdfunding Campaign


AVONDALE, ARIZONA, April 26 – Estrella Mountain Community College (EMCC) is celebrating Community College Month with “Be A Student’s Hero Day of Giving,” a one-day crowdfunding campaign, on April 29. The goal is to raise $5,000 for EMCC’s general scholarship fund, which helps its students with tuition, books, and emergency assistance.

“The state already does a nonprofit day of giving but we wanted to pursue our own effort, similar to what other higher educational institutions do,” said Jonathan Robles, EMCC’s Director of Alumni, Corporate & Foundation Relations. “We have learned that Dallas Community College District has raised $1 million in their Day of Giving.”

Donors can join the “Be A Student’s Hero Day of Giving” campaign and pledge a gift at https://justgiving.com/campaign/EMCC-StudentsHero2021?bblinkid=250307007&bbemailid=30683579&bbejrid=1934415753.


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Estrella Mountain Community College is one of the ten colleges in the Maricopa County Community College District, one of the largest community college districts in the nation. EMCC offers academic courses leading to associate degrees, university transfer, certificates, and short-term job training to more than 14,000 students annually. The flagship campus is located on Thomas and Dysart roads in Avondale. Classes are also offered online and at the EMCC @ West-MEC Southwest Campus at 500 N. Verrado Way, Buckeye.

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