Summer/Fall 2018 edition of Link now available

Jul 04, 2018

Plug in to online learning. See how local performers shine on stage. Discover ways to enhance your outdoor living space.

It's all in the brand new Summer/Fall 2018 edition 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 this edition of Link, readers learn about the basics of online learning, as well as CCBC’s 20 degree and certificate online options that can help fit coursework into practically any schedule. A feature on community theatre spotlights how local performers bring Broadway-style entertainment to our own backyards. And with a summertime look at outdoor living, check out fun and frugal ways to create inviting spaces for relaxing and entertaining.

Browse through Link's jam-packed calendar of events, as well as valuable CCBC registration information. The magazine includes a helpful list of course areas for degree and certificate programs, career training, and life enrichment.

Link mails to Baltimore County residents and is also available in displays at Baltimore County Public Library branches.

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 ( or 443.840.5218). Get them while supplies last!

Tags: Community, Culture, Free, People