Explore a career in Medical Lab Technology at Open House

Interested in a career in health care but not sure which direction to go? Come and explore a career in medical laboratory technology at an upcoming Open House, 10 a.m. – 12 p.m., April 26, CCBC Essex, Administration Building Room 203. Tour CCBC’s laboratory facility, meet with students in the program...

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CCBC receives mini-grants which will bring cost-savings to students

Students will see savings in textbook costs during Fall 2017. CCBC was one of 12 colleges to receive mini-grants to support the adaptation and use of Open Educational Resources (online teaching and learning materials) through the Maryland Open Source Textbook initiative. The grants will provide faculty who are adopting, adapting or...

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CCBC welcomes internationally known diversity trainer Jane Elliott

Elliott holds an interactive discussion on the anatomy of prejudice. On April 26, CCBC will host internationally known educator, lecturer and diversity trainer Jane Elliott. ... Creator of the “Blue Eyes/Brown Eyes” exercise, an initiative that taught children about discrimination using eye-color, Elliott will lead a campus discussion around the anatomy of prejudice. ...

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Summer sessions open!

Enroll now to get the classes you want This Summer is a great time to pick up a few credits at CCBC’s affordable tuition rate! An expanded lineup of online and in-person classes makes our accelerated Summer sessions the perfect way to catch up or get ahead. We offer 5,6,7 and 10...

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Actor Sean Berdy offers a glimpse into his extraordinary life

Berdy shares his experience as a deaf actor. Join CCBC for an inspirational and humorous journey through Sean Berdy's life. Berdy is a deaf actor who has risen to fame for his portrayal of Emmett in ABC Family's Peabody Award-winning drama, "Switched at Birth." Berdy’s brilliant depiction of Emmett, cast as a...

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College fair brings curious minds to Catonsville

In a time when information about colleges can be accessed with a few searches and clicks, students and parents at a college fair in Catonsville Wednesday night said there's still something special about the human element. »

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Theatre Review: ‘Disney’s The Lion King, Jr’ by Children’s Playhouse of Maryland at CCBC Essex

Hakuna Matata. There are no worries when watching “The Lion King,” presented by Children’s Playhouse of Maryland at CCBC Essex, because the show is just that good. »

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New CCBC planetarium echoes Banneker's vision

The programs are designed to encourage lifelong science education, and they use Banneker's unique legacy to promote broader interest in STEM education »

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CCBC’s Center for Business Innovation announces the winners of the 4th Annual Business Plan Competition

This annual event featured 12 finalists vying for $28,500 in seed money and the opportunity to work with CCBC’s top students to get their businesses off the ground. Dennis Sullivan, associate professor of Business at CCBC and the event organizer, announced the six winners for this year’s event. »

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Demand for training in aviation jobs is soaring at Community College of Baltimore County

Today, more than 400 students are receiving training to become air traffic controllers, dispatchers, pilots and flight attendants at a time when demand for skilled workers is high. »

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2016 Commencement | 32 photos

Commencement 2016 was a wonderful day. The pictures prove it! Congrats to all our graduates!

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