WJC to Host Mental Health Matters Fundraiser
Event to celebrate the accomplishments of future behavioral health leaders and raise funds for student scholarships
“There is a dire need to expand the mental health workforce, and William James College continues to address this need by providing more than $1.5 million of well-deserved scholarship funding, annually, to our students who work out of compassion to improve our communities,” said President Nick Covino of the College’s continued efforts to educate the next generation of behavioral health professionals. On May 3, William James College will host a fundraiser for the college’s Annual Fund for Student Scholarships.
Read more about the fundraiser in the Newton Patch.