Tuesday, September 27, 2022 | 11 a.m. |Join us on Zoom
Bans. Rights. Facts. Myths.
Please join Community College of Philadelphia in a discussion about reproductive justice and abortion care. As a response to the overturn of Roe v. Wade and legislation around reproductive rights, we will examine the impact of these policies on a local and national level, and through a racial justice framework. Concerns and long-term effects about the abortion ban strongly linger and are especially unclear for marginalized communities. How can we differentiate fact vs. myth when it comes to making informed decisions about this topic?
Experts from Community College of Philadelphia, New Voices for Reproductive Justice, Apiary for Practical Support, and Women’s Law Center will unpack the implications of these policies and steps for action. Learn how to be empowered and educated enough to navigate through our country’s health care system. Community College of Philadelphia stands together in solidarity, and we stand together with you.
Co-sponsored by the Women's Outreach and Advocacy Cente
Hosted by: Dr. Donald Guy Generals, President, Community College of Philadelphia
Melissa Fogg, Director, Women's Outreach and Advocacy Center, Community College of Philadelphia
Malika Rahaman, Assistant Professor, Criminal Justice, Department of Social Science, Community College of Philadelphia
Céshia Elmore, Organizer, New Voices for Reproductive Justice
Marisa Falcon, Founder and Executive Director, Apiary for Practical Support
Tara Mulrtha, Director of Communications, Women's Law Project
Join us for Ask Admissions for a Zoom event designed for new students who have applied to a degree or certificate program, and who have not enrolled in the College yet. We'll answer your questions about how to get started, your next steps, programs, services and how to enroll. You will be able to speak briefly with an Admissions representative when you join the session. You must register to participate no later than the night before the event to receive the login information. Make sure you have downloaded Zoom and have your audio working properly when you join the session. You will be in a waiting room before being connected to a...
Wednesday, September 28 | 4 p.m. | Main Campus Welcome Center
Information tours are available at 4 p.m. on Wednesdays at the Main Campus Welcome Center. Reservations are required so we can notify you of any schedule changes. Your visit will include an information session with an admission representative and a general campus tour. All available dates will be posted below.Please contact email@example.com if you would like an online information session for your group.
Your college success started at Community College of Philadelphia, but that doesn’t mean you can’t take your success to the next level! Join us to learn how you can continue your success through our dual admissions transfer partnerships.
We’re gathering recruiters from our dual admissions partners in this virtual event to speak with you and answer questions about your transfer and scholarship opportunities. Learn about the transfer process, admission policies and requirements to transfer, and complete your bachelor’s degree with ease. This is only a one-day event, so plan ahead, and make a list of questions important to you about college and student life,...
Tuesday, October 4 | 12 to 1 p.m. | Bonnell Circle (outside of the Bonnell Building)
Join us for live drumming and dancing with Los Bomberos de la Calle! The group performs traditional and contemporary styles of Bomba and Plena music from Puerto Rico. The group’s mission is to preserve, educate and serve the community with this vibrant, energetic and soulful music. To learn more about this dynamic group, visit their website.
Thursday, October 6 | 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. | Grady's Garden (south end of Bonnell Building)
Join us to plant our winter crops in Grady's Garden. The vegetables planted in Grady’s Community Garden help us grow and provide nutritious food to the College’s students. Help us plant some goodness as we plant crops from the Caribbean in this culturally affirming experience! This event is part of the Philadelphia LEADS LIFE Student Leadership Experiential Learning Certificate Series. Hosted by: Grady's Community Garden, Center for Student Leadership Development's Americorps Food Sovereignty Team, JP Morgan Chase and Company Volunteerism Leadership Group, and Sankofa Farms.
Medical Laboratory Technician Program Information Session
October 6, 2022, from 3 to 4 p.m.
Medical laboratory technicians are a critical part of health care teams, working behind the scenes to help physicians diagnose and treat patients. In fact, 70 percent of medical decisions are based on lab results. Join us at an information session to meet program faculty, ask questions and learn more about this IN-DEMAND CAREER with a GREAT SALARY.
Clinical experience in hospital labs
Work settings include hospital, research, fertility, pharmaceutical and forensic labs
Prepare for national certification exam and a career after graduation
Accredited by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences
Median salary in the Philadelphia region is $68,589
Tuesday, October 11 | 5 to 7 p.m. | At the Career and Advanced Technology Center.
Join us at the new Career and Advanced Technology Center for an information session to learn more about the College's transportation technologies programs. Today’s vehicles are run by computers, and transportation technology is the new high-tech career path. New programs include Toyota T-TEN, Medium and Heavy Truck Technology, Electric Vehicles and Hybrids, and Carbon Based Fuels. In some of these programs, you will have the opportunity to earn as you learn! See how you can enter or up your skills in this high-tech, high-paying field. This session will be held at our new Career and Advanced Technology Center, a state-of-the-art center where you can...
Tuesday Oct. 11 | 5 to 7 p.m. | Join us at the CATC – 4750 Market St., Philadelphia, PA 19139
Transportation Technologies—the New High-tech Career Path Join us at the new Career and Advanced Technology Center for an information session to learn more about the College's transportation technologies programs. Today's vehicles are run by computers, and transportation technology is the new high-tech career path. New programs include Toyota T-TEN, Medium and Heavy Truck Technology, Electric Vehicles and Hybrids, and Carbon Based Fuels. In some of these programs you will have the opportunity to earn as you learn! See how you can enter or up your skills in this high-tech, high-paying field. This session will be held at our new...