@Work charts paths to job readiness

Aug 11, 2017

It’s all about jobs: Where they are, how to get them, and what you need to advance in your chosen field.

CCBC’s new publication, @Work, helps prospective and current employees of all ages, backgrounds and interests find answers to many of their job-related concerns.

Browse the pages of @Work to find a comprehensive look at career readiness opportunities in seven dynamic areas: Information Technology, Media and Communications, Construction, Manufacturing and Trades, Hospitality, Transportation, Distribution and Logistics, Health Care and Business.

CCBC offers a unique mix of entry-level and advanced skills training and education, enabling students to begin or complete a degree or certificate, or enroll in a non-credit Continuing Education program that can lead to professional certification or exam readiness.

Career-focused programs can take a little as a few weeks or several semesters, preparing students to quickly launch or advance their careers in a variety of industries.

Recently mailed to Baltimore County residents, @Work is also available online.