Project Contemporary Competitiveness or PCC is a six-week advanced studies summer program for students entering their freshmen and sophomore years of high school. Every summer for the past forty-four years, about five hundred students from southeastern Massachusetts have participated in PCC. PCC took place at Bridgewater State University for forty-three years, but in 2011, PCC changed it's location to Stonehill College. At PCC, students are exposed to exciting, innovative, and challenging educational and recreational activities.

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