Bonnell Building Lobby To recognize the many contributions of the women who have served in the armed forces, this resource development will provide insights and advice on finding a job, managing personal finances, balancing family and career, and more.
In recognition of Women’s History Month, join us at March’s Diversity Dialogue to hear the women in leadership positions at the College speak about their personal and professional journey to achieving success. Comprising this notable panel are Dr. Judith Gay, Vice President for Academic Affairs; Lynette Brown-Sow, Vice President for Marketing and Government Relations; Jody Bauer, Vice President of Information and Technology Services & CIO; and Jill Weitz, Esq., General Counsel and Vice President for Human Resources. Dr.
A women's history month event. This women's writing workshop, led by Dr. Michelle Myers, is open to women who are interested in creative writing. Participants will discuss the intersection of gender and expression, and complete a writing exercise.
Monday, February 23, 2015 - 11:32
Among the Junior Daughters alumnus is Kimberly Hopewell. A student at Community College of Philadelphia, she was also a recipient of one of the group’s scholarship prizes during their last banquet. She is a benefactor of “Claverism.”
The forum was held at the West Parkside Business Association’s offices in West Philadelphia this week. During the forum, candidate Jim Kenney said he would want to coordinate with Community College of Philadelphia on job training.
Community College of Philadelphia's Colonials men's basketball team starts its journey to win the National Junior College Athletic Associations (NJCAA) National Basketball Championship by hosting a 6 p.m. home game on Tuesday, Feb. 24, in the quarterfinal round of the NJCAA Region XIX's Division III tournament.
The Colonials, who are ranked #1 in Region XIX and #7 overall among NJCAA Division III colleges in the nation, will play at the Athletics Center. Admission to this game is free and open to the public.