This Month on Changing Lives: Real Success Stories

Asnuntuck Community College has been changing lives in the Enfield area since its inception in 1972.  This month's episode features two of its countless success stories from graduates who've gone on to blaze their own trails. Their inspiring stories will be featured on Thursday nights in June at 7pm on Cox Public Access Channel 15 in the Enfield area.
Debra Gish starts off the episode by tracing the path that led her to Asnuntuck, the fourteen-year process to achieving her degree, and how that led to her current position as a senior account executive for The Hartford. Rebecca Gutierrez then discusses her experiences of returning to school at ACC as a mother of two, and how that eventually led to her graduation from the prestigious Smith College.
Changing Lives is a monthly public access series, hosted by Asnuntuck Community College president Dr. Martha McLeod highlighting the programs and achievements of Asnuntuck Community College and its students and faculty.  Changing Lives airs Thursday evenings at 7pm on Cox Communications Channel 15 in the towns of Enfield, Suffield, Somers, Stafford, Union, Hartland, East Hartland, Granby, East Granby, and Holland, Mass.

Asnuntuck (pronounced: as-NUN-tuck) Community College, located in Enfield, Connecticut, was established in 1972.   ACC offers associate degrees and certificate programs to prepare students for careers, transfer opportunities, and lifelong learning.  The mission of the College is to offer quality education in an accessible, affordable, and nurturing environment.