BCCC celebrates National Cyber Security Awareness Month with new degree

As a 2015 National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) Champion, Baltimore City Community College (BCCC) spent the entire month promoting online safety as well as new degree and certificate programs addressing the huge demand for highly skilled cyber security professionals.

International MSU student awarded NextGen Scholarship from local business

Carisse Lansiquot, a 22-year-old international student at Morgan State University (MSU), is the 2015 recipient of the NextGen Scholarship awarded by P.E.R.K. Consulting.

Number of black teachers rapidly declines as minority student population increases

The minority population has grown tremendously since the year 2000. According to the Census Bureau, the Hispanic population growth is due to U.S. births–and Asian population growth is due primarily to immigration since 2012

Tips for choosing a major

Choosing a major is an important decision for college students. The right major can set students on a path to a rewarding and successful career, which can lead to a more fulfilling life.

Applications accepted for undergraduate scholarships for high-achieving, low- income high school students

The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation invites applications for its College Scholarship Program, the largest undergraduate scholarship in the country.

Morgan, Howard receive scholarship donations at Chicago Football Classic

On Saturday, September 26, 2015, Morgan State University competed against Howard University at the Chicago Football Classic. Following the game, both schools received scholarship donations from Coors Light.

Lenovo donates laptops, tablets to Patterson High School

Tech giant Lenovo donated laptops and tablets to Patterson High School, which the students will be able to use to assist them in learning about coding, testing and developing mobile applications.

Green Street Academy opens in West Baltimore

The Green Street Academy building is as important to West Baltimore today, as the ground it stands on was decades ago.

High school students react to Baltimore unrest

A group of 10 Baltimore students representing five of the city’s public high schools delivered an inspiring message to their classmates, school communities, and the public in a video shown at a recent meeting of the Baltimore City Board of ...

Promise Heights lifts a back-to-school burden for West Baltimore parents

For the second year in a row, the Promise Heights initiative led by the University of Maryland School of Social Work (SSW) helped families cope with one of the challenges of getting their children back to school— immunizations.

Outfitting students' technology needs

Nowadays, school supplies differ greatly from the markers, protractors and pencil cases required just a few decades ago.

AACC student wins Culinary Rising Star Award

Martha Walton of Gibson Island was named the first recipient of the Clark Raines Rising Star Award at the Mason-Dixon Master Chef Tournament on Sunday, August 16, 2015.

A teacher's dream fulfilled

Native Baltimorean Sabernia D. Fresnel is a graduate of Paul Laurence Dunbar High School, the University of Maryland Eastern Shore and Towson State University.

Mental tricks to help raise grades

Maintaining strong grades in every subject can be tough on even the brightest of the bunch.

BCCC receives grant from NASA to expand STEM programs

BCCC will use the NASA Minority University Research and Education Project grant to increase student success and workforce development.