Employment programs and assistance

We provide the programs and assistance students need for employment. CTE is here to help. Through our customized programs that work with external and regional partners we give students a better opportunity to realize their employment dreams.

Also, we help employers connect with qualified talent to reach their employment goals. Let us know your needs and we can help find a solution for long-term growth and profitability.

Employment and support options

Metallica Scholars

CCBC was chosen to receive $100,000 from the Metallica Scholar Initiative grant. The grant is being used to create cohort training classes for specific healthcare and workforce-related program.

This training not only includes skills training, but also computer training and career preparation skills.

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Student Support Services

Student Support Services includes academic learning support and disability accommodations, referrals, and career advising. If you have questions about programming, next steps in life and work, then contact us as we can help you.

To learn more please contact Judy Walsh at 443.840.3428 or jwalsh@ccbcmd.edu.

Workplace Literacy

Employers, we provide employee academic training programs that can be customized for onsite instruction or held at one of our many CCBC locations throughout Baltimore County. We can help employers and Human Resource administrators with job searches, talent acquisition and the design and development of training programs.

Let us help you with your “to do” list.
  • Do you have a need to enhance your company’s image and bottom line through the use of a skilled workforce?
  • Do you need basic educational skills training to increase your employees’ reading, writing, and math ability?
  • Do your employees need ESOL training or other skill enhancements?
  • Do you need on-site training?
To learn more please contact Kim Sansone at 443.840.4259 or ksansone@ccbcmd.edu.

Department of Economic and Workforce Development

We are working closely with the Department of Economic and Workforce Development (DEWD) to provide training for those unemployed and underemployed individuals looking for a new career.