Four Community Colleges Sign Agreement with PA University
Last week, leaders from Robert Morris University, the Community College of Allegheny County, Community College of Beaver County, Butler County Community College and Westmoreland County Community College signed an agreement that aims to improve college accessibility and affordability.
Opinion: Short-Term Credentialing Key to Economic Mobility in Philly
The Community College of Philadelphia (CCP) is one of several institutions celebrated in a recent Generocity article for offering training opportunities for unemployed Pennsylvanians. CCP students can earn short-term credentials and certificates in multiple sectors, including healthcare, advanced manufacturing, general business and technology-based programs.
Community College Fights Food Insecurity with Sustained Program
Happy (belated) Birthday to Congressman Dan Meuser, Sen. Steven Santarsiero, Rep. Kyle Mullins, Rep. Leanne Krueger, Rep. Kurt Masser, Rep. Dan Miller, Rep. David Millard, and Rep. Jack Rader.
Congratulations to the Community College of Philadelphia, who recently announced that its nursing program was presented with the “Innovations in Social Mobility: Workforce Development” award powered by the Social Innovations Journal for the rapid mobilization of an innovative program to care for Philadelphia’s most vulnerable residents during COVID-19.