Miami-Dade College seeking alumni for ongoing ‘I am MDC’ ad campaign

Miami Dade College (MDC) is searching for more alumni to feature in its alumni advertising campaign, “I Am MDC.”

Over the years, this important campaign has been instrumental in highlighting successful MDC alumni through daily ads in local newspapers and on college marketing materials.

Beginning in 1998, the “I Am MDC” campaign has featured more than 3,500 successful alumni. It showcases the contributions MDC graduates make to the community and beyond. Their success also sends a powerful message to potential MDC students, as it validates the quality of the educational programs offered by the college.

“My fellow alumni serve as an inspiration to us all,” said Annabelle Rojas (MDC ’84), executive director of the Miami Dade College Foundation.

For more information about being featured in the campaign, call 305-237-3792 or email iammdc@mdcalumni.com.

Miami Dade College is the nation’s largest institution of higher education with an enrollment of more than 174,000 students. It also is the nation’s top producer of Associate in Arts and Science degrees and awards more degrees to minorities than any other college or university in the country.

The college’s eight campuses and outreach centers offer more than 300 distinct degree programs including several baccalaureate degrees in education, public safety, supervision and management, nursing, physician assistant studies, film, engineering, and others. In fact, its academic and workforce training programs are national models of excellence.

MDC also is renowned for its rich cultural programming. It is home of the Miami Book Fair International, Miami International Film Festival, the MDC Live! Performing Arts Series, the National Historic Landmark Miami Freedom Tower, a sculpture park and a large art gallery and theater system. MDC has served nearly 2 million students since it opened its doors in 1960.

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