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community leadership & support

The MCCA supports the communities we work in by maintaining a diverse and talented workforce, maximizing business opportunities for local companies and vendors, and fulfilling important community and social responsibilities. We have engaged minority, women-owned, and local firms through service contracts, including participation in audio visual, cleaning, food service, and security.

We continue to partner with Madison Park Vocational High School, whose students and staff have become an integral part of our organization, working directly with us and with our vendors. At most events at the Hynes and BCEC, a Madison Park student is there, providing valuable assistance.

“We continue to enhance our positive relationship with our host community. Working with local neighborhood non-profits and teaming with our vendors to expand employment opportunities helps us ensure that the BCEC will remain a valuable asset for South Boston and the city as a whole.” James E. Rooney, MCCA Executive Director.

The MCCA completed a $10 million off-site neighborhood street improvements project along West Second Street, D Street, and B Street, improving the safety and appearance of area streets with new trees, sidewalks, granite curbing, traffic lights, and street lights.

Our affiliation with the South Boston Community Development Foundation continues to benefit South Boston and will into the future with annual charitable events hosted at the BCEC.