Mount Washington College graduates told they can shape the future of business
Maggie Scanlon of Nashua snaps a cell phone photo of her and T.J. Lavoie, also of Nashua, shortly before the Mount Washington College commencement at the Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester Sunday. (Bruce Preston / Union Leader Leader)
Richards told graduates they belong to the “free agent nation of workers” required in a knowledge-based economy that is making the static, 9-to-5, cubicle-style workforce obsolete.
“I encourage you to make bold moves and to take charge of your future,” added Burgess, who received an associate degree in business administration and will continue his studies in the bachelor’s program.
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