Latest edition of Link now available
Jun 28, 2017Baltimore County residents are discovering valuable CCBC connections for making sound higher education decisions, improving their careers, and pursuing active, healthy lifestyles.
It's all in the Summer/Fall 2017 issue of Link, CCBC's public service magazine that provides Baltimore County residents of all ages, backgrounds and interests with ways to make CCBC's vast learning, cultural and recreational resources part of their lives.
In the latest edition of Link, readers can discover how to plug in to online learning, tips on preparing for jobs in growing industries like health care, hospitality and cybersecurity, the benefits of pet ownership, and even how to make a mouth-watering flatbread dish right at home.
There’s also a jam-packed calendar of events, as well as valuable CCBC registration information. The magazine includes a helpful list of course areas for degree and transfer, career training and life enrichment - CCBC's full range of credit and non-credit possibilities.
Link mails to households throughout Baltimore County and and is also available in display racks on our campuses and in public libraries. Each issue is packed with practical CCBC news and features to engage the community and cultivate interest in CCBC programs, services and events.
You can help extend CCBC's impact on our community. If you would like to share Link at an outreach event in which you are participating, or if you have a local business or organization connection that would be willing to share copies of Link with its customers or members, contact Bonnie Torres in CCBC College Communications (email@example.com or ext. 5218).
Let us know how many copies you need and we'll send them to you via interoffice mail (please include your office location). Get them while supplies last!