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August 21, 2019

The Girls' Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Camp gave 6-8th grade girls in the Philadelphia area the opportunity to learn about STEM transportation fields. Highlights included tours of the SEPTA Bus garage and Girls Auto Clinic, a field trip to the Simeone Automotive Museum and a welding demonstration from "The Iron Lady." 

August 5, 2019

Prospective students, current students and the community were invited to check out what's new at Community College of Philadelphia on Thursday, August 1, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Faculty and staff were on hand in the Bonnell Circle to showcase what's new—and outstanding—at the College. Attendees were given "Pawsport" cards to get stamped at each table, helping them learn about new and updated programs available this fall, and guests kept cool with our favorite summer treats, exciting games and awesome prizes. The Power 99 Street Team and the College’s new Spring Garden Records label provided the soundtrack for the day. Attendees were encouraged to give back to the community by bringing school supplies for students of Spring Garden School or donate food items for the College's food pantry.

July 2, 2019

The 2019 Diagnostic Medical Imaging graduating class was recognized at the annual pinning ceremony on June 27. Thomas Coen, Class of 2020 and DMI student club president, recognized the achievements of the 14 graduates, and Angelique Morgan, class of 2019 graduate, was the class speaker.

June 17, 2019

Three outstanding Philadelphians were honored at the Community College of Philadelphia Black and Gold Gala on June 12: Julie Coker Graham, Malcolm Jenkins and Hayward Bell. Congratulations to our 2019 honorees! We had a wonderful evening of networking, live entertainment and dancing. Thanks to the generous support of our sponsors and event attendees, the Gala raised $309,760. Proceeds benefit the 50th Anniversary Promise Scholarship, an initiative that provides Philadelphia high school graduates the opportunity to pursue an associate degree at Community College of Philadelphia with no cost for tuition and fees. For those who may have missed it, we hope to see you next year.

May 15, 2019

The College's 51st annual Nursing Pinning Ceremony was held on Friday, May 3 in the Athletics Center. College faculty and staff, along with friends and family, celebrated student success at this event that recognizes the important culmination of perseverance, skill and hard work. The annual pinning ceremony signifies the beginning of a distinguished future in health care.

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“It is environmental racism. That’s why it’s so important for community colleges to have a social justice agenda,” says Dr. Generals, describing the college’s focus on climate change at Founder’s Day with @onwurd.

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“We have a very comprehensive art program...”

President Dr. Generals speaks with @ellisonreport on @onwurd about the College’s art programs. We offer an array of creative programs here at CCP https://t.co/XbXO1sOjzn. https://t.co/wMXyFvnzWH

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President Dr. Generals sits down with @ellisonreport and @onwurd to celebrate Founder’s Day.

“You need more than a high school degree if you’re going to be successful,” says Dr. Generals...

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“Community colleges have the flexibility to provide education at a multitude of levels,” says @GuyGenerals https://t.co/BsuxjSdMZX

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.@CCPedu President Dr. Generals and @chekemma, from @PYNinc celebrating Founder’s Day with @onwurd https://t.co/8GozlYY5jI

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Are you a new student starting this fall?

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We have so many students starting their path to possibilities this week! https://t.co/TKT4nTGrf5

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New Student Orientation Day 2

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We love when CCP Alum pay-it-forward and continue to enrich the College! https://t.co/gG1xgKVRty

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Via @FastCompany, “Over a 40-year career, black women make $946,120 less than white men, according to the @nwlc...”

Today is Black Women’s Equal Pay Day, but what does that really mean? Read below to see the hard facts, and how we can stand against this!

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Standby on September 17, 2019 at Noon in the Athletics Courtyard. #CCPPride https://t.co/uEhtirDcRM

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Welcome to the College, Lions! Shout-out to all of the new students that came in today for New Student Orientation (NSO).

Just in case you missed NSO, you can attend our sessions tomorrow starting at 9 a.m. in the Bonnell Lobby https://t.co/Xhdnqvp0NO

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New Students! Welcome to CCP

For those that are running behind schedule, stop in the Bonnell Building Lobby for your CCP swag, then head over to Student Life (S2-19) for some activities https://t.co/19t8Pq8uNq

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How well do you know our government?

Join us for our NEW Civics Education Program where you will learn about our constitution, the court system, immigration, criminal and civil cases, and more. To learn more, see here: https://t.co/WJ2B7qtcQi. https://t.co/sTWRYgMVYt

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Via @phillydotcom, "Christine M. Coulter has become Philadelphia’s first female police commissioner..."

A big shout-out to CCP Alumna, @PPDCommish who is @PhillyPolice's new acting police commissioner! Coulter is a Criminal Justice graduate from CCP
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Pro-Bono Citizenship Day is a national event organized by the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and a great opportunity for eligible permanent residents (green-card holders) to receive free assistance in applying for U.S. citizenship!

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