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Carroll STEM Students Continue to Excel
Several alumni from Carroll Community College’s STEM program have demonstrated they truly have success down to a science.Carroll’s STEM—an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math—program has long had an exceptional track record for producing high-achieving students in these challenging yet essential fields. Here are just a few recent graduates who have used their Carroll edu...
Genevieve Thacker, STEM Scholar
Genevieve Thacker, a resident of Westminster, chose Carroll Community College as the school to start her academic career. She is currently one of the College’s STEM scholars, a cohort program designed for motivated high school and college students who want to pursue opportunities in science, technology, engineering or mathematics and transfer to a four-year institution after completion of th...
Continuing Education Certificates Offer Career Advantage
Continuing Education Certificates Offer Career AdvantageMany job seekers look for ways to show employers they have received job training, improved skill sets or gained specific technical knowledge in order to find a new job or advance in the one they have. Carroll Community College provides a credential—the Continuing Education certificate—that can help individuals move up the career ladde...
Help Wanted: Logical Thinkers, Problem Solvers and Good Communicators
Technical jobs in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) play an instrumental role in information technology, high-tech manufacturing, and the research and development industries. These types of occupations offer consistently high-paying careers with potential for strong growth over the next ten years, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.All STEM occupations require the...
Q&A with Janetta Jayman, Parent of Carroll Graduate
Janetta (Jan) Jayman’s son John transferred to the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC) after earning his associate degree in General Studies at Carroll Community College. During his time at Carroll, he was in the Hill Scholars honor program; was a member of the STEM Club; served as a tutor in the academic center; and participated in intramural sports.All of the credits John earned fr...
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...
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 ...
Trade Your Ceiling for a Sky: Hiking Classes at Carroll
Hiking is like “walking on steroids,” according to Gae Rogers, a recent participant in the ‘Hiking in Maryland’ class offered by Carroll Community College. “It’s refreshing, reinvigorating. It replenishes the spirit and is great exercise for any age level. It just kind of reboots your body.”Rogers, Data and Reporting Coordinator in the Continuing Education office at Carroll, had a particul...
Carroll Premieres Entertainment Technology Associate Degree
Have you dreamed about working in the Entertainment business? Carroll Community College now offers the opportunity to do just that by introducing a new credit program in Entertainment Technology. Our hands-on program will allow you to obtain audio, lighting, video and live event crew training that supports presentation and entertainment events for organizations of all types and sizes. It also p...
Apprenticeship to Degree: A New Path for Workers in the Trades
Ryan Gibson is a Carroll Community College student enrolled in the Electrical Apprenticeship program. Gibson’s interest in the field stems from his love of working with his hands while engaging his mind in complex electrical projects. “There are many creative aspects of the job that I enjoy and no matter how computerized society becomes, we will always need hands-on workers like electri...
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