MGM National Harbor Donates 100K to PGCC

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Article by: Jennifer L. Colter

On Aug. 17, MGM National Harbor, the $1.3 billion casino resort under development in Prince George’s County, Maryland, donated $100,000 to Prince George’s Community College to help support the college’s Hospitality Express Training Program.

The program prepares future jobseekers for a career in the hospitality industry. MGM National Harbor will begin recruiting more than 3,600 hospitality employees in early 2016 in anticipation of the opening of the casino resort.

Pictured here (from left to right) is: Denise Ware, Program Director Hospitality, Tourism and Culinary Arts Institute, Prince George’s Community College; Bill Boasberg, General Manager, MGM National Harbor;  Camye Mackey, Regional Vice President Talent & Development, MGM Resorts; Dr. Charlene M. Dukes, President, Prince George’s Community College; Logan Gaskill, Vice President of Human Resources, MGM National Harbor; Dr. Yvette Snowden, Dean of Workforce Development and Community Partnerships, Prince George’s Community College.

Photo courtesy of Portia Wiggins, R&R Resources+


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