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“Life is… a philosophical experience,” says Don Hoepfer, Associate Professor of Philosophy at Carroll. “Sometimes life throws you into these situations that you just don’t anticipate, don’t know what to do, where you’re essentially lost.” Hear how Don’s personal experiences have affected his life and his teaching.
Retain your passion for learning
Children are natural scientists. They are curious about the world. Nothing is more precious or heartwarming than watching children discovering the world around them. When colleges talk about “lifelong learning,” they mean more than the professional development and training needed to keep job skills up to date. Colleges hope to rekindle in their students an insatiable love of learning, the joyfu...
Online Courses Appeal to Busy Students
Online learning, also called distance learning, is more than simply logging into a course whenever you want. While they offer flexibility and convenience, online courses are not easier than on-campus courses, nor are they meant to be independent studies. More and more students choose distance learning to help them meet their educational goals and earn certificates or degrees in a variety of dis...
Areas of Study Encourage Exploration of Degree Paths
We have all heard the age-old question, what do you want to do when you grow up? Sometimes, we know early on exactly what degree or profession we want to pursue. In other cases, deciding what degree path and what career to pursue can be a complex and challenging process.Students who wish to attend college but may not have a clear idea of which major to choose have the chance to formally e...
Dr. Raza Khan has got teaching down to a science! An associate professor at Carroll Community College for more than a decade, he serves as both Chair of its Sciences Division and Director of its STEM Scholars program. “I love engaging students,” Khan said, “both within and outside the classrooms walls.” He thrives on helping students succeed in the sciences and beyond.
Diane Foster Honored
Diane Foster Honored by Carroll County Human Relations Commission“It would be impossible to go somewhere in this county that has not been affected by Mayor Pro Tem Foster's kindness, her volunteerism, and her good heart,” [Taneytown City Councilman and writer Joe Vigliotti] said. “She really is woven into the fabric of Carroll, and through her service she helps, assists, and supports peopl...
By: Jill HermesTrue success is achieved when you find the right partner to compliment your strengths and enable you to offer your customers new opportunities. Carroll Community College is proud to partner with the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce to offer the Leadership Carroll Program.The College operates as an institution of higher education, serving the academic, cultural and social ne...
Mindfulness Tools and Tips
By: Julie Peatt-CassadayWhy Mindfulness? I can describe in one word the nature of most individuals in today’s culture: overstimulated. We stay busy at work and at home checking emails, keeping up with social media, following 24-hour news and entertainment, and communicating with friends and family by way of texting. Our minds easily feel overwhelmed and cluttered with all the details, many o...
It’s pretty hard to miss Dr. Bob Young, History professor and Division Chair of Humanities, Art and Music at Carroll Community College. He is recognizable for his colorful fashion sense and quick-draw smile. But it is his empathy for his students that makes him such a well-liked and inspiring teacher. Watch the video below to hear Bob’s story:
9 Reasons Why Dual Enrollment is a Great Choice
Dual Enrollment, also called Concurrent Enrollment, is when an eligible student takes college classes while still attending high school. Why do this? Here are nine benefits to being a dually enrolled student: 1. Begin college earlierYou get a head start on earning college-level credits. (These credits also count toward your high school diploma.) You can even earn an ...
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