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To help kickoff the College’s adoption of Spring Garden School, students, faculty and staff worked side by side on August 14 and 15 to fill close to 200 backpacks with school supplies, and to create cards with messages of encouragement. The backpacks are being distributed to Spring Garden School students who need them on the first day of school, Aug. 27, where volunteers from the College will be there to greet them. The unused backpacks will be donated to students in Western Region Nigeria and to local students as needed. Members of the College community donated the backpacks and school supplies.
Staff came together again on August 6 to network and brainstorm how to move the College's student experience from good to great.
Staff joined together on July 26 to share best practices to improve the student experience.
The annual Diagnostic Medical Imaging Pinning Ceremony was held on June 28, 2018, in the Bonnell Building Large Auditorium. Congratulations to all of our graduates, and best of luck in in your future endeavors.
On June 7, 2018, Gateway to College recognized 25 graduates of the program. One of our graduates, Jachai May, also received his associate degree at the College's May 5 Commencement ceremony. Student speakers Jachai May and Sylvia Hsu shared supportive words with their peers, encouraging them to follow their dreams, while vocalist Morgan Glover sang a beautiful tribute to her classmates titled, "Rise." Jachai May, Sylvia Hsu and Trisha Herrera received citations from Congressman Dwight Evans and State Representative Emilio Vazquez for their academic accomplishments.
The Black and Gold Gala is a premier charity event recognizing outstanding service of individuals and organizations that demonstrate involvement in community growth in the areas of education, business, social services and health. This recognition is awarded to those who exemplify leadership and are active in community initiatives in Philadelphia. Members of the community joined the Community College of Philadelphia Foundation and Honorary Chair, Mayor James F. Kenney, on June 13 at Vie to celebrate the outstanding contributions of Independence Blue Cross; Ronald W. Davis, Director of Diversity and Community Affairs at Parx Casino; Luis E. Torrado, Founder and CEO of Torrado Construction; and RoseAnn B. Rosenthal, President, CEO of Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Southeastern Pennsylvania.
On Friday, May 4, members of the College community boarded the Spirit of Philadelphia to celebrate our 2018 graduates and celebrate the closing of another year of student success. Decked out in all-white attire, guests enjoyed dinner, dancing and music.
The College and Philadelphia community gathered on May 14 for the Pathways Magazine breakfast and Partnerships with a Purpose panel discussion. The Rev. Dr. Lorina Marshall-Blake, president of the Independence Blue Cross Foundation and vice president of Community Affairs at Independence Blue Cross, was featured in this issue of Pathways and provided remarks on the importance of corporate responsibility. On the panel, Dr. Ellyn Jo Waller, a community activist and First Lady of Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church, represented the faith-based community; Dr. Generals spoke from his expertise in higher education; and Jane Shull, the executive director of Philadelphia FIGHT, a comprehensive health services organization focusing on the needs of individuals living with HIV and AIDS, represented the nonprofit community.
The College recognized Adminisitrative Professionals Day on April 25 with an Administrative Professionals’ Tea, recognizing the work of the administrative staff across the College community. The 34th annual Classified/Confidential Employees luncheon was held on Wednesday, May 9. Years of service certificates were given to staff to recognize and thank them for their dedication to the College, including three staff employees who have been with the College for 45 years.
October 25, 2018
October 30, 2018
2:15pm to 4:30pmTransfer Opportunities, Student Life Center