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McCurdy brings a new day at Baltimore City Community College (access required)

Job No. 1 for Debra L. McCurdy will be restoring confidence in Baltimore City Community College. McCurdy, who took over the presidency of the college this month, sees her role as improving communications and instilling confidence both within the institution and ...

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Baltimore announces new apprenticeship program (access required)

Baltimore officials announced Wednesday an apprenticeship program they hope creates meaningful jobs while also contributing to the rebuilding of Baltimore City Community College. The apprenticeship program for industrial maintenance mechanics will create opportunities for Baltimore residents to find careers and not ...

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Baltimore still working on proposal for tuition-free community college (access required)

As part of a comprehensive anti-crime plan announced last Wednesday, Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh proposed making tuition to Baltimore City Community College free for graduates of Baltimore City Public Schools, starting in 2018. While details about the program, including cost ...

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Schmoke takes on realignment of Baltimore City Community College (access required)

Under legislation passed earlier this year, the new board will focus on making the community college more relevant to businesses and attractive to city students.

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USM developing B-Power initiative for Baltimore youth (access required)

The University System of Maryland is spearheading a new effort to help more Baltimore students attend college and enter the workforce. Baltimore Power, or B-Power, will see two USM institutions — Coppin State University and the University of Baltimore — ...

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BCCC appoints president

Baltimore City Community College announced Thursday that Dr. Gordon F. May, former president at Oakland Community College in Michigan, has been named president of the college, effective Sept. 2. He will succeed Dr. Carolyn H. Anderson, who served nearly two ...

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