Sunday, April 18, 2021

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...

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...

BHM at CCC: Join our Black History Month celebration in February

Year after year, City Colleges of Chicago has been proud to celebrate and pay tribute to the generations of African-Americans who have made a lasting impact on our colleges, our city,...

Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering course offers STEM pathway for City Colleges students

Next class starts in August of 2021. Destini Coleman has wanted to study biology since she was a kid in Englewood glued to the Animal Planet channel. “Even then, I was always...

City Colleges Hosts Virtual Transfer Fair for Students Interested in Pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree

All City Colleges students are invited to the City Colleges of Chicago Virtual Transfer Fair Week! Talk to four-year college representatives and get your questions answered. Don’t delay, register today! The time...

City Colleges of Chicago Offers Eligible Students Free Training for Careers in High-demand Fields

City Colleges of Chicago is offering tuition-free training in high-demand fields for eligible students through Workforce Equity Initiative grants from the Illinois Community College Board and Illinois Legislative Black Caucus. The grant...

Students Heal, Show Resilience through Art

As the fall semester at City Colleges ended, students, faculty, and staff gathered virtually to view and discuss the “Healing through the Arts” gallery. The brainchild of District Director of Specialized...
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