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Family and Friends of Linda Curran '79

Linda Curran ’79 Memorial Student Aide Scholarship was established in 2013 to honor the memory of Linda Curran, an MCC alumna and long-time employee of the college. She touched the lives of countless students by acting as a mentor to the student aides employed in her office. A student aide while she attended MCC, this scholarship will provide assistance to deserving MCC students who are employed as student aides at the college.


Pictured are scholarship recipients Dilpreet Walia ’19 and Jennifor Moleon ’19 with Taine Vinci ’79, associate director, Registration & Records; Kate Bartholomay ’87, sister of Linda Curran ’79; Donna Burke, counselor, Services for Students with Disabilities; Cindy Hinman ’76, sister of Linda Curran ’79.

“I don’t know what word to use to describe how grateful I am for your support, the only thing I can say is thank you. When I started college at MCC I did not know what I wanted to go for, I was looking for something that would cost me less money because I did not have family support and I didn’t want to take out scholarships, but I fell in love with ASL and I decided to become an interpreter no matter how long or how much it cost. Thank you so much and I promise I will put 100% into my schooling.” – Jennifor Moleon ’19, Scholarship Recipient

“Hi, I’m Dilpreet, a 20-year-old girl who recently moved to the United States from India. I am currently studying at MCC and am determined to transfer to a good university next spring to continue my education. I’m so grateful for this scholarship!” – Dilpreet Walia ’19, Scholarship Recipient