Tentative Agreement Reached To Avoid Community College Of Philadelphia Faculty StrikeLast week, 1,200 faculty and union employees voted to go on strike in a nearly unanimous vote.
Negotiations To Continue With Community College Of Philadelphia Union Members In Last-Ditch Effort To Avoid Faculty StrikeLast week, nearly all of the 1,200 union employees voted in favor of a strike.
1,200 Community College Of Philadelphia Faculty Members Vote To Go On StrikeAt the start of April, 1,200 members of the American Federation of Teachers Local 2026 will strike.
Threat Of Teachers' Strike Worrying Students At Community College Of PhiladelphiaUnion members have until Monday at 7 p.m. to vote whether or not to have this strike.
New Garden Hopes To Help Students In Need At Community College Of PhiladelphiaIt will grow vegetables to be distributed to students in need through the college's food pantry, known as the "Snack Rack."
Express Enrollment Gets Students Ready For New Semester At Community College Of PhiladelphiaThe Community College of Philadelphia offers more than 70 different programs for students.
CCP Pays Tribute, Bids Farewell To Longtime LeaderAfter 22 years, Lynette Brown-Sow is leaving her post as the institution's Vice President of Marketing and Government Relations and returning to her roots.
Saxbys Hosts Fundraiser To Support Community College Of PhiladelphiaCommunity College of Philadelphia's president Guy Generals says the proceeds of the event will go toward a fellowship for students.
Philadelphia March Raises Awareness Against Human Trafficking With Red SandThey marched on campus for the Red Sand Walk, spreading red-colored sand in the cracks in sidewalks to get the school community to join the fight to stop human trafficking.
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.