CCBC celebrates VP Mark McColloch

The CCBC community will gather at 3 p.m., Monday, Oct. 22 at CCBC Essex to celebrate the retirement of Mark McColloch, Vice President of Instruction. Dr. McColloch joined CCBC in 2006 following stints at City University of New York’s Queensborough Community College and University of Pittsburgh, at Greensburg where he...

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It’s NOT too late!

Enroll now in our accelerated 7– week BONUS session! Time and money are on your side. CCBC makes it easy for you to get started this semester with our accelerated 7-week Bonus Session. Get started now–classes begin October 17. You can even spread the cost with our convenient, interest-free payment plan! Many popular...

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An evening conversation about “The Keepers”

Dashiell Hammett Crime and Genre Fiction Society in collaboration with the CCBC Creative Writing Forum presents and evening of conversation about “The Keepers,” the groundbreaking, Emmy-nominated Netflix docuseries examining the murder of Sister Cathy Cesnik and the efforts of a group of dedicated women to uncover the truth about her...

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CCBC President named one of Maryland’s Most Admired CEOs

The Daily Record has named CCBC President Sandra Kurtinitis one of Maryland’s 2018 Most Admired CEOs. The 2018 Most Admired CEOs will be honored Nov. 5 at a dinner starting at 5:30 p.m. at the Hilton Baltimore BWI Airport Hotel, 1739 West Nursery Road in Linthicum Heights. The Daily Record created...

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Explore new job opportunities at Fall Job Fairs

Are you between jobs? Stymied in your current career or searching for a new job opportunity? If you answered yes to any of these questions, join us for the CCBC Fall Job Fairs. Hosted by CCBC’s Career Services office, Fall Job Fair 2018 gives you the opportunity to meet with representatives...

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Goldman Sachs 10,000 small businesses program graduates another 69 entrepreneurs

Odessa Phillip says she'll no longer have to settle for just a small percentage of a big contract. She now has the skills and confidence to bid as a prime contractor. »

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Small businesses graduate from training program funded by Bloomberg and Goldman Sachs

The graduation ceremony in Baltimore Monday took place at R.House, a food hall in Remington where one graduating business, Cafe Millwork, did custom wood work and another, Urban Green Environmental, provided environmental consulting. »

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CCBC received award from College Preparation Intervention Program

Maryland Higher Education Commission Secretary Dr. James D. Fielder announced today that the Maryland Higher Education Commission (MHEC) awarded more than $800,000 to six Maryland higher education institutions that are helping disadvantaged youth plan for college. »

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Cockpit In Court Summer Theatre

For more than 40 years, Cockpit In Court Summer Theatre has been entertaining Baltimore with professional-quality theatre at family-friendly prices. James Hunnicutt and Laura Lalkus talk about what you can expect to see at their shows. »

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The Little Mermaid at Cockpit in Court

You want to see— see The Little Mermaid! Directed this summer by— what’s her name again? Oh! Jillian Bauersfeld. And Musical Direction by Andrew Worthington; with a pit that plays perfect through every number. »

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