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CCBC hosts ribbon-cutting Feb. 22 for The Collective retail storefront

Community College of Baltimore County is hosting a ribbon-cutting for The Collective at CCBC Owings Mills. CCBC President Sandra Kurtinitis will be joined by Baltimore County Councilmen Izzy Patoka (chair) and Julian Jones (Dist. 4) as well as Krystal Henry, a vendor within The Collective and owner of Around the...

Tags: Business Innovation, Business, Press, President, Kurtinitis, Events, Community, Partners

Dundalk Community Theatre presents Forbidden Broadway’s Greatest Hits March 1 - 10 at CCBC Dundalk

Dundalk Community Theatre, in residence at Community College of Baltimore County Dundalk, presents Forbidden Broadway’s Greatest Hits, created and written by Gerard Alessandrini, March 1 - 10. Performances will be held at the College Community Center, John E. Ravekes Theatre at CCBC Dundalk, 7200 Sollers Point Road. In this long-running...

Tags: Dundalk community theatre, Community theatre, Theatre, Arts, Performing Arts, Press, Community

CCBC welcomes entrepreneur and author Tina Wells during Black History Month

Community College of Baltimore County welcomes Tina Wells, entrepreneur and author, as its guest lecturer for the 2024 President’s Distinguished African American Lecture Series. The lecture takes place 11:10 a.m. – 12:10 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 29, Center for the Arts, Theatre, CCBC Catonsville. An entrepreneur who launched a successful market...

Tags: President, Kurtinitis, Press, Events, Diversity, People

CCBC awarded $1.497 million grant from Mellon Foundation to support Humanities for Today initiatives

The Mellon Foundation has awarded a $1.497 million grant to the Community College of Baltimore County to fund a new set of initiatives – Humanities for Today.   The primary objective of Humanities for Today is to create educational experiences and diverse learning environments that cultivate civic knowledge, skills, values and...

Tags: Grant, Humanities, Press, Partners

CCBC hosts Landscaping and Horticulture Job Fair Feb. 23

Community College of Baltimore County’s Sustainable Horticulture program will host a Job Fair for those interested in landscaping and nursery production, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m., Friday, Feb. 23 at CCBC Dundalk, College Community Center Lobby, 7200 Sollers Point Road. More than 40 landscaping companies, garden centers and nurseries will be...

Tags: Press, Events, Community, Partners, Sustainable Horticulture, Job fair

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CCBC in the news

CCBC Auto Tech Training

You may have heard that America is facing a serious shortage of trained auto techs. Fixing that starts with proper schooling, including vocational programs found at local community colleges. So, we sent Dan Maffett to check out the coursework On MotorWeek’s “Your Drive!” »

Tags: Press, Automotive, Technology

Funding Roundup

The Mellon Foundation has awarded nearly $1.5 million to the Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC) to fund the new Humanities for Today initiatives. »

Tags: Grant, Partners, Press, Humanities, Interpreter

CCBC Transforms Honors Program into Full-Fledged Honors College, Focusing on African American Men

In the heart of Baltimore, a new chapter is unfolding at the Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC) that resonates with the historical echoes of self-empowerment and education championed by figures like Booker T. Washington. »

Tags: Diversity, Community, Honors, Press

Knights keeping their heads high as regular season winds down

As the CCBC Essex women’s basketball team prepares for the final phase of the regular season, they have firm confidence in their ability to culminate on a high note for good standing in the postseason. »

Tags: Womens basketball, Basketball, Press

Maryland Community Colleges Face $22M Budget Cut

More than 200 community college students and alumni from across Maryland descended on the State House in Annapolis Tuesday to take part in an annual Student Advocacy Day event and promote state support for their colleges. »

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