Continuing Education and Training Expands Staffing
Release Date: 7/31/2007
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CONTACT: Sylvia Blair
Executive Assistant to the President
Carroll Community College Expands Staffing in
Continuing Education and Training
Four new employees have joined the staff of Continuing Education and Training at Carroll Community College.
"I am delighted to welcome our new staff to the college," said President Dr. Faye Pappalardo. "I know they will be assets to the organization."
Michelle Muller has joined Carroll Community College as instructional specialist for the college's new adult education program, which offers GED classes, an external diploma program for home-based preparation for taking the high school exam, and English for Speakers of Other Languages classes.
Muller brings 25 years of experience in the adult education field to her new position. Most recently, she has worked as a part-time ESOL instructor for Carroll Community College and for Baltimore City Community College.
Muller has a bachelor's degree in French Language and Literature from the State University of New York at Stony Brook. She also has an MBA in Marketing Management from Pace University Graduate School of Business. Muller is a resident of Finksburg, Md.
Angelina Welch has joined Carroll Community College as program associate in the college's new adult education program, which offers GED classes, an external diploma program for home-based preparation for a taking the high school exam, and English for Speakers of Other Languages classes.
Most recently, Welch worked with the Bureau of Aging in Westminster, Md. as a project assistant. She was also a medical office manager for over twelve years and is experienced in office administration and support. Welch is a resident of McSherrystown, Pa.
Julia Boffemmyer has joined Carroll Community College as contract specialist in Continuing Education and Training.
Boffemmyer has former experience as a middle school and high school teacher, as a contract specialist at the Office of Naval Research, and as an education services specialist for the U.S. Army.
She has a bachelor's degree from Tulane University and from Metropolitan State
College. She also holds a Master of Education from the Pennsylvania State University.
Boffemmyer is a Frederick resident.
Matthew Day has joined Carroll Community College as coordinator of technology training.
Most recently, he has worked as a project developer for the community college. He has also worked at WorldCom in Hunt Valley, for Carroll County Government, and for Carroll County Bank and Trust.
Day has a bachelor's degree from West Virginia Wesleyan College and a master's degree from Mount St. Mary's University. Day is a resident of Westminster, Md.