Young Philly Students Learn To Build Cars At CCP Summer CampA summer camp giving city kids a crash course in automotive engineering as they learn to be the tech leaders of tomorrow.
New Program Allows Students To Earn College Credits While In High SchoolOn Tuesday, Students of the Parkway Center City Middle College were meeting for what's called the "Summer Bridge."
Drexel, CCP Sign Dual Admissions Transfer PartnershipDrexel University and Community College of Philadelphia are hooking up. Both institutions are signing a dual admissions agreement for more seamless transfers.
CCP Hosts Information Session On Hybrid, Electric VehiclesAs automakers produce more alternative fuel vehicles, many consumers have questions about how things work.
Successful Auto Tech Program At CCP Gets Big BoostCommunity College of Philadelphia plans a big expansion of its Automotive Technology Program, thanks to a benefactor who sold the parcel to the school at a bargain basement price.
Philadelphia Holds Its First Ever State Of Women ConferenceThe Philadelphia Commission for Women is holding its inaugural "State of Women and Girls in Philadelphia" conference Friday. It's an opportunity for Philadelphians to be inspired by local leaders.
College Kicks Smoking On Campus To The CurbThe Community College of Philadelphia is going smoke free on January 1.
Streets Around CCP Eerily Quiet Due To SEPTA StrikeThe campus of Community College of Philadelphia is normally bustling with students arriving from SEPTA's Broad Street Line.
City Holds Free Economic Empowerment ConferenceThe free event runs until 4 p.m. today.
Mayor Kenney Urges Young People To Vote At Community College Of Philadelphia EventAnd he wants everyone to drag their friends and loved ones to the polls as well.
Community College Of Philadelphia Welcomes Former ITT Tech StudentsThe Community College of Philadelphia opens its arms to students who fell victim to the sudden closure of a popular for-profit institution.
CCP To Build New 11-Story Residential Building To Attract International StudentsThe Community College of Philadelphia is building two new huge residential towers to boost international enrollment.