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Kaiser Permanente supports Baltimore community colleges in campaign to expand access to higher education

Kaiser Permanente has teamed up with Community College of Baltimore County and Baltimore City Community College to connect individuals facing economic injustice with low- cost and tuition-free opportunities. With the help of a $75,000 commitment from Kaiser Permanente, CCBC and BCCC have increased outreach to those for whom the cost...

Tags: Coronavirus, Press, President, Kurtinitis, Community, Partners, Grants, Financial aid

CCBC welcomes Irina Koyfman and Jay M. Weinstein to its Board of Trustees

Community College of Baltimore County President Sandra L. Kurtinitis is pleased to welcome Irina Koyfman and Jay M. Weinstein to the college’s Board of Trustees. The Board maintains general oversight of CCBC. Its responsibilities include adopting rules and regulations for college operations, approving the college budget, considering and approving CCBC’s...

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CCBC Board of Trustees to meet Sept. 29 at CCBC Catonsville

The Board of Trustees for the Community College of Baltimore County will meet in public session at 7 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 29, at CCBC Catonsville, 800 South Rolling Rd. The board meeting will be held in the Center for the Arts. The agenda for the board meeting will be posted...

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CCBC offering FREE workshops for budding entrepreneurs

Community College of Baltimore County’s Center for Business Innovation is offering FREE workshops for aspiring entrepreneurs seeking to start their own business. Through an introductory program titled “Business Ownership: A Realistic Preview of Opening a New Business,” get access to resources, tips and strategies for turning ideas for new products...

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CCBC distributes millions to aide students struggling with higher education costs

To ease student’s financial woes, Community College of Baltimore County has distributed approximately $14 million to students -- covering tuition, paying off outstanding balances and providing money for everyday expenses -- thanks to federal and state COVID stimulus funding. In the most recent round of American Rescue Plan funding, CCBC...

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Comcast's Internet Essentials Program Donates 3,000 Laptops and Free Internet Service to Baltimore City as Part of Company's Largest Laptop Donation of Its Kind

In addition to Digital Harbor High School, other organizations that will receive the free laptops and up to 12 months of free Internet service include the Mayor's Office of Employment Development, Baltimore's Promise, Catholic Charities of Baltimore, and the Community College of Baltimore County. Even more organizations will be announced...

Tags: Coronavirus, Free, Partners, Community

CCBC has paid staff, students nearly $800k to show proof of COVID-19 vaccine

The Community College of Baltimore County says it has paid out nearly $800,000 worth of incentives to staff and students to encourage them to get a COVID-19 vaccine.»

Tags: Vaccine, Press, Coronavirus

Goldman Sachs Launches 10,000 Small Businesses Fellows Program

Goldman Sachs today launched a new workforce development program, 10,000 Small Businesses Fellows. The program, which kicks off during National Small Business Week, aims to create career pathways for students from community colleges and address the growing skills gap facing small businesses by facilitating hands-on internship opportunities. »

Tags: Business, Training, People, Partners

CCBC To Get More Money To Train Veterans To Get Commercial Drivers’ Licenses

The Community College of Baltimore County’s Transportation Training Center program will expand from 18 to 28 students, thanks to nearly $124,000 in federal funding, according to a statement from Sen. Chris Van Hollen’s office Friday.»

Tags: Continuing education, Training, Transportation, Kurtinitis, Press, Veterans, Grants

CCBC distributes millions to assist the education cost for students

Community College of Baltimore County wants to ease student's financial burden by distributing $14 million to students.»

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