MCLA MBA Program Presents 'Friday Focus' Panel April 9

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NORTH ADAMS, Mass. —At noon on April 9, MCLA's Master of Business Administration Program will present a free virtual panel on entrepreneurship and small business in the time of COVID-19, as part of its "Friday Focus" panel series examining the pandemic's impact on business and economic development. 
 
Moderated by MCLA Director of Corporate Engagement and Strategic Partnerships Dr. Joshua Mendel, this series features local business leaders, MBA program alumni, and faculty from MCLA's Business Department.  
 
To register, visit mcla.edu/mba. All events will take place virtually, and are free and open to the public. This event will also be streamed to the MCLA Facebook page and will be archived on the MCLA YouTube channel for later viewing.   
 
MCLA's Master of Business Administration (MBA) program is a part-time accelerated program designed to meet the needs of the working adult learner. Most courses meet through a combination of online and face-to-face instruction and blend classroom experience with practical, hands-on fieldwork. In addition, the program offers diverse academic programming and provides a high return on investment. MCLA's MBA program accepts applications throughout the year, and new students may begin the program in the fall, spring, and summer. Learn more at mcla.edu/mba

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North Adams Vaccine Clinic Passes 16,000 Doses Given

By Tammy DanielsiBerkshires Staff
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — More than 16,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered through the Northern Berkshire vaccine clinic.
 
Board of Health Chairman John Meaney, who as general manager of Northern Berkshire EMS has been part of the group operating the clinic, said it wasn't clear how many North Adams residents that included. 
 
As of last week, more than 5,000 residents in North Adams and Clarksburg had received at least one dose. The state tracks inoculations by ZIP code, which the city and town share, and may also include the town of Florida. The Berkshire Vaccine Collaborative is open to any Massachusetts residents and those who work or attend school here but reside in other states.
 
The clinic has been able to administer double the number of doses when it first opened, with more than 1,500 per clinic last week. But the number is dependent on the doses the collaborative gets from the state.
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