The Book Fair is now one of the oldest and largest single day events for African American Children's Books in the country. The success of the program is due to the fact that we offer the best and the brightest from the African American Children's literary community. Parents, caregivers, and educators from the tri-state area are very supportive of the event. They all understand that children who read make more responsible decisions about their lifestyles.
Presented by Fox Rothschild Center for Law and Society. This annual week of legal events, designed for the College Family and local community, features workshops, lectures, film screenings and panel discussions on a variety of current topics. Many events qualify for continuing legal education credits. Various events are free and opened to the public. View detailed schedule of events.
The Student Talent Showcase includes singers, musicians and other acts from the Community College of Philadelphia student body. Join us in the Bonnell Auditorium for this year’s array of talent. This event is open to the College Family.
This one-day event leadership forum will support multiple viewpoints and empower students to succeed academically and professionally on and off campus. Our goal is to challenge students academically, socially, and personally to focus on behaviors that strengthen their personal effectiveness and leadership development.
A Black History Month event. Join the College’s President, Dr. Donald Guy Generals, in a Fireside Chat about African-American history and culture. Share reflections on your favorite book, poem, song or any artistic expression of African-American culture.
Speaker: Dr. Judith Gay Join us for the upcoming Diversity Dialogues being offered for the spring 2015 semester, presented by the Office of Diversity and Equity. These sessions seek to enhance communication and understanding at the College and beyond. In this session, Dr. Gay will discuss "The Persistence of Stereotyping and the Quest for Equity in Higher Education."
Speakers: Jody Bauer, Lynette Brown-Sow, Dr. Judith Gay and Jill Weitz Join us for the upcoming Diversity Dialogues being offered for the spring 2015 semester, presented by the Office of Diversity and Equity. These sessions seek to enhance communication and understanding at the College and beyond.