Sunday, April 18, 2021

Wright’s Engineering Students Are Focused on Building a Sustainable Future

A new celebration has hit the world stage in recent years, with the goal of bringing awareness to a profession that’s been around for ages. However, World Engineering Day for Sustainable...

CCC’s Cybersecurity Team Rank in Top 11 % in Their First Cybersecurity Competition Outing

Cybersecurity Course in City College's of Chicago (CCC) Continuing Education Program Provides Platform for Students to Compete in National Cyber League’s Capture the Flag Event As the pandemic was unfolding, planning for...

21 City Colleges Students Selected as Semifinalists for Prestigious Scholarship Award

Today, the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation announced the list of semifinalists under consideration for this year’s Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship, including 21 students from City Colleges of Chicago! The 21 CCC students...

Apprenticeships are the catalyst for opportunity

From apprenticeships to pathways for specialized career certificates, "earn and learn" partnerships are proliferating. Obtaining a four-year college degree is not essential for all students. In Illinois, 52 percent of jobs require...

Career and Technical Education: Programs to Advance Your Career at Every Stage

Ready to advance your career? Programs at City Colleges don’t just help students transfer to four-year colleges and universities, they also prepare students with the knowledge, skills, and hands-on training they need...

Black History Month: Ask the Experts

Black History Month is a time to celebrate, to honor, and importantly, to learn. To help expand our knowledge about Black history this February, we turned to three experts in the field...

How apprenticeships and vocational training can help narrow the wealth gap.

Aon's corporate office at 200 E. Randolph St. is only three blocks from Harold Washington College in the Loop, but it might as well be in another time zone. The insurance...

10 Questions With Richard Hayes, City Colleges Director of Financial Aid

If your goal this year was to save money on your education, then City Colleges Student Financial Aid Director Richard Hayes is the person you want to talk to. With February...
Gerber Gift to KKC

Gerber Collision & Glass Donates in Support of High School & College Collision Programs...

Eddie Phillips, Kennedy-King College Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs, noted, "We are grateful to Gerber for their commitment to Kennedy-King College's Collision Technology program. Their contribution will help ensure students have access...
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