Community College of Philadelphia
The debt burden is causing many young college graduates, and even students, to return to the nest.
More Philadelphia police officers will be able to obtain higher education, thanks to the latest scholarship grant from the Kal and Lucille Rudman Foundation.
The following list will give you an idea of the diverse schools around Philadelphia that can help you cross “learn a foreign language” off of your bucket list.
By Dr. Marciene Mattleman PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – When Frank Stevens graduated from high school he wasn’t sure what he wanted to do with his life. He planned to start college with a two-year, associate’s degree. […]
The Faculty and Staff Federation at the Community College of Philadelphia has voted NOT to strike.
The faculty at Community College of Philadelphia meets Monday evening to decide whether to go on strike.
Students from three Philadelphia colleges marched through the city, yesterday, to protest cuts in state education funding. They converged at Governor Corbett’s Center City office at the Bellevue.
With cuts in government funding over the last several years, Community College of Philadelphia is proposing tying salary increases over the final three years of a five-year proposal to city and state funding.
The two sides have been negotiating for more than a year. Their five-year contract expired last August.
Dr. Donald Schwarz says he has “not seen anything like this before.”
Since 1976, the United States has set aside February as Black History Month. Here’s where to take part in the celebration of African American history, culture and heritage in the Philadelphia area.
The 20th Annual African American Children’s Book Fair will take place next Saturday.
YesPhilly is a non-profit that uses art and creative incentives to motivate non-grads to do more than just get a GED.
“Snitching” and witness reluctance were the focus of a daylong conference at Community College of Philadelphia.
The Caterpillar Company, which makes tractors and other heavy equipment, is headquartered in Peoria, Illinois and students at the city’s community college, Illinois Central are getting training for work at Cat — in China.