Career and Technology Education Pathways at CCBC
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In Baltimore County, the Career and Technology Education Pathways Program is a partnership between The Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC) and the Baltimore County Public Schools. Career Pathways is a program of study which begins in high school, continues at CCBC, and culminates in an associate degree, further postsecondary study, or employment. Career Pathways helps prepare students for postsecondary education, as well as entry into technical and career fields by combining classroom and workplace experiences.
High school students in Career and Technology Completer programs can earn free college credits upon successful completion of their program. Students can earn from three to twenty-three college credits depending on the specific Completer program. Students completing a minimum of four high school credits in their Career Completer program with a technical grade point average of B or better are eligible to receive articulated college credits upon enrollment to CCBC.
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