Elena Sanchez


Elena Sanchez

Elena is an MxCC graduate, and has been working at MxCC since 2013. First as a student worker, followed by a work-study student, and in 2016, as educational assistant in the Center for New Media specializing in media and graphics. As an EA, Elena provides college students with technological and hands-on assistance with class-related media works, from filmmaking, computer graphics projects, and TV studio projects. She also maintains the Center for New Media’s web page, as well as their social media, and special interest stories.

Elena also works full time as a graphic & web specialist for a local manufacturer. She also volunteers as a videographer for the town of Rocky Hill’s school system.

 

EDUCATION: A.S., MIDDLESEX COMMUNITY COLLEGE, B.A., SOUTHERN NEW HAMPSHIRE UNIVERSITY

AST*111, Introduction to Astronomy (4 credits) An introduction to the study of the solar system, the stars, galaxies, nebulae, and newly discovered celestial bodies. Laboratory activities and field trips included. Prerequisites: MAT*137 and eligible for ENG*101. (New course, Fall 2020)
CJS*141, Fingerprinting  (1 credit) This hands-on workshop will expose students to the fundamental skills necessary for documenting, identifying, and developing latent fingerprints.   Students will utilize both chemical and physical visualization techniques to include: fingerprint powders, magnetic powders, SPR, Cyanoacrylate fuming, iodine, crystal, and crystal violet. Prerequisites: None
All students who participate in on-campus activities this fall are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. That means if you plan on attending class or extracurricular activities in-person, you must first get vaccinated.

You must fill out a self-attestation form before coming back to campus. This can be found by logging into your my.commnet portal.

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