Photography and Event Gallery
View select photographs from various events and activities at the College. Galleries will be added throughout the year, so check back often to see the latest images.
Willie Johnson and H. Patrick Clancy, two workforce development experts and the subjects of Pathways Magazine's cover story, attend the Pathways Magazine Breakfast where the magazine and its cover are revealed. The two spoke about workforce development in the city of Philadelphia, past and present.
Community College of Philadelphia officials attended a celebration that encompassed a dual admissions signing agreement with Harrisburg University, as well as a ribbon cutting ceremony for the grand opening of a new Philadelphia facility that Harrisburg University and Hussian College will share.
The new facility is mere steps away from Community College of Philadelphia's Main Campus. Community College of Philadelphia students who want to complete a four-year degree at Harrisburg University will only have to commute from 1700 to 1500 Spring Garden Street.
Members of the College community joined in the Bonnell Lobby to honor our nation's veterans on Friday, December 10, 2017.
Saxbys hosted a Pay-As-You-Wish Preview Party to help launch it's new location at 18th and Chestnut streets. All of the proceeds from the day go to the newly established Saxbys Fellowship, which will provide scholarships to Community College of Philadelphia students.
Community College Foundation Board member and Saxbys CEO Nick Bayer announced the fellowship at the event, which featured an all-star lineup of guests, including Mayor Kenney, Chris Long and Rodney McLeod from the Philadelphia Eagles, Councilman Allan Domb, Representative Jordan Harris, and Quincy Harris from Fox 29.
Community College of Philadelphia faculty and staff from diverse backgrounds shared their heritage and personal experiences with the audience. The panel discussion was followed by questions and answers with the audience.
Student Involvement Day was an afternoon of food, fun, and information.
This gallery features photographs from two more events from this years Latinx Month.
The Latino/a Faculty Appreciation Lunch was held in the the Mint Rotunda where Dr. Generals addressed the crowd.
Nationally renowned artist, Roberto Lugo, spoke and gave a studio demonstration that included tricks of the trade as well as historic information about ceramics, philosophical ideas and life events that have influenced him.
The College's first LGBTQ conference, held at the Center for Business and Industry on October 5 and 6, was a big success.
LatinX Month continued with students, staff, and faculty enjoying music, food, and entertainment in Winnet Courtyard.
A traditional Columbian meal was prepared and served by Culinary Arts students.
LatinX Month is celebrated by faculty, staff, and invited guests with a luncheon prepared and served by the Hospitality Management and Culinary Arts Departments.
MC Nestor Torres quizzed the crowd on Latin History. Keynote speaker Debora Borges Carreva gave an impassioned speech about inspiration and success.