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Provost/VP of Instruction Employment Opportunity

CCBC invites experienced leaders–ones who are ready to roll-up their sleeves and lead CCBC through an era of transformational academics–to learn more about the Provost and Vice President of Instruction position.
Please direct inquiries and nominations to the College’s search consultant by emailing narcisapolonio@greenwoodsearch.com. The committee will review applications immediately. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Why Baltimore County? A great place to live.

Located in the heart of Maryland, Baltimore County is a vibrant, diverse community that truly offers something for everyone. Home to historic neighborhoods, 21,000 equine-related acres, scenic parkland, over 200 miles of beautiful waterfront along the tributaries of the Chesapeake Bay, family-owned wineries and local craft breweries–Baltimore County has so much to see and do.

Only a short drive from Baltimore City’s Inner Harbor, BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport, and just an hour’s drive from Washington, D.C., a vibrant arts scene, historical attractions, and fan-worthy professional sports are all within easy reach.

Why CCBC? A great place to work.

People who work at CCBC are “Proud to be CCBC.” Regardless of what they do, each member of the CCBC community takes immense pride in helping students unleash the power of their potential. It’s no wonder readers of The Daily Record ranked CCBC the top community college in the Baltimore region! CCBC is held in high regard among residents, public officials and industry leaders alike, all who value the incredible impact the college has on the local economy and quality of life.

Generous benefits, top-notch facilities, and convenient locations top off the many reasons CCBC is a great place to work.

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Why CCBC? A great partner for innovation.

Both educational and industry partners prefer to work with CCBC because the college is a recognized leader in delivering innovative learning strategies that meet employer needs for a skilled workforce. That is why Goldman Sachs involves CCBC in its 10,000 Small Businesses in Baltimore initiative; The Johns Hopkins University invites CCBC Honors students to participate in immersive “Humanities for All” experiences; the Ratcliffe Foundation invests heavily in the CCBC Center for Business Innovation; and the area’s leading four-year colleges and universities offer dual enrollment to CCBC Nursing students enabling them to accelerate completion of their bachelor’s degree.

Three campuses, one college. Limitless opportunities.

For more than six decades, CCBC has empowered generations of residents from Baltimore County and beyond to improve their lives and the lives of others through high quality, affordable higher education. Founded in 1957 as two separate colleges with a third established in 1971, CCBC has evolved to become one vibrant college community—with three main campuses (Catonsville, Dundalk and Essex) and three extension centers (Hunt Valley, Owings Mills and Randallstown)—that makes learning accessible throughout Baltimore County.

Each year, nearly 60,000 students enroll in classes on campus, online and in partner locations throughout the community, while some three million visitors enjoy the college’s performing arts, galleries, planetarium, athletic and recreational facilities. CCBC is Baltimore County’s educational, cultural and recreational hub for people of all ages, backgrounds, interests and abilities.
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Proud to be CCBC

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We cultivate opportunity at all levels, in and out of the classroom, and throughout our community. Together we are showing the world how to rethink what’s possible!

Dr. Sandra L., Kurtinitis
President




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I don’t look at this as work. The payoff is seeing those students who have made it to the finish line. That does it for me.

Dr. Mark Williams
Department Chair
Accounting and Business




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It’s a fun place to work and it’s rewarding. You know you’re making a difference for students and for yourself.

Lynn MacLaughlin
Senior Director
Enrollment Services




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CCBC is the place where I found myself and my passion. With so many resources and great programs, CCBC is the best place to start my journey through higher education.

Rama
CCBC Student
Human Services Counseling Major