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But in May, Delmonico, 37, who has been sober for more than four years, graduated from Community College of Philadelphia, and now she is headed to the University of Pennsylvania.

Jason Morgan held a variety of jobs through his 30s, but it was a job lay-off during the economic downturn in 2009 that led him to the University of Pennsylvania. An advisor at LPS told Morgan about the Honors Program at Community College of Philadelphia, which offers students an intense and intellectually challenging academic program to prepare them to transfer to a university.

Ms. Flynn is a past president of The Philadelphia Association of Paralegals (PAP) and continues to serve as an active board member and chair of the Litigation and Professional Development Committees. Christine also serves as board liaison to The Legal Intelligencer, Pro Bono Coordinator and Liaison to the American Bar Association (ABA) for the Standing Committee on Pro Bono and Public Service and is a member of the Paralegal Studies Advisory Board at the Community College of Philadelphia.

Montgomery County residents currently pay $158 per credit. With the tuition and technology fee increases, tuition will rise to $164 per credit and technology will increase to $21 a credit. At the Community College of Philadelphia, for example, Philadelphia residents pay $153 per credit hour; non-Philadelphians pay $306 per credit in addition to a $10 nonresident capital fee per credit.

State Sen. Vincent Hughes and other government officials honor Nasir Mack, 16, who received a job with the Community College of Philadelphia through past summer jobs funding (image).

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The reverse transfer agreement is unique and important because it allows students to transfer coursework from ESU to the College to complete their associate degrees, the school said in a press release.

Julian decided to enroll in Community College of Philadelphia. He excelled at his coursework. This prompted his advisor to tell him about the College of Liberal and Professional Studies. After Julian spoke with an enrollment advisor during a Walk-in Wednesday, he knew he wanted to go to Penn and was determined to make it happen. In August of 2012, Julian was accepted and enrolled at Penn.

Greg DeShields of PHLDiversity Multicultural Affairs Congress and announcer Kimberly S. Reed (far right) shared the stage with the TED Talk speakers at PHLDiversity's 2015 Hospitality Education Day, held at the College on June 4th. Attendees were able to receive practical career planning information and advice from local hospitality industry professionals.

The 18-year-old resident of the 2000 block of South 17th Street is set to embark on a Community College of Philadelphia journey aimed at his interests in business and culinary arts.