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CCBC hosts ribbon cutting ceremony for historical signage project

Community College of Baltimore County will host a ribbon cutting ceremony for its historical signage project 2:30 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 28 outside the Hilton Center, CCBC Catonsville, 800 S. Rolling Rd. The historical signage project consists of 10 interpretive signs installed around CCBC Catonsville, creating a self-guided walking tour that...

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CCBC Board of Trustees to meet Sept. 28 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. 28 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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Assistant Coach Byron King named interim head coach for CCBC Dundalk men’s basketball

Community College of Baltimore County Dundalk Athletics today announced that it has named Byron King as interim head coach of the CCBC Dundalk men's basketball team.   A native of Syracuse, N.Y., Coach King graduated from Nottingham High School (Syracuse, NY). He played basketball at North Country Community College (Saranac Lake, ...

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CCBC earns Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting

The Government Finance Officers Association recently awarded the Community College of Baltimore County with a Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2021. This certificate is the highest form of recognition in governmental accounting and financial reporting, and its attainment represents a...

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New AT&T Public Safety Scholarships available to Community College of Baltimore County students

AT&T Public Safety Scholarships are available to eligible students enrolled in Community College of Baltimore County’s (CCBC) Criminal Justice program. The AT&T Public Safety Scholarship provides much needed financial support for police officers already in the field and newly graduated recruits seeking additional credits to obtain an associate degree and...

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Assistant Coach Byron King named interim head coach for CCBC Dundalk men’s basketball

Last Thursday, the Community College of Baltimore County in Dundalk named Byron King as interim head coach of the CCBC Dundalk men’s basketball team. »

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New Public Safety Scholarships announced at CCBC Dundalk

Last Friday, officials from the Community College of Baltimore County gathered at the Dundalk campus to announce new scholarships centered on public safety. The scholarships are sponsored by the AT&T Foundation, which pledged a total of $50,000 for students enrolled in the Criminal Justice program. »

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Maryland company funds scholarship to fill shortage of engineers, technicians, machinists

A Maryland company is trying to fill an anticipated employment gap of engineers, technicians and machinists by investing in community college students. »

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CCBC received scholarships to get students manufacturing jobs

Nearly 60 people will get to learn manufacturing skills for free. It's thanks to a donation from a Maryland based company and it's what's good to know tonight. »

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As back-to-school looms, Baltimore-area districts face thousands of teacher vacancies

With less than a month until students head back to class, public school districts in Maryland are still looking to fill hundreds of teacher positions. »

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