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Career FocusNew Linux Systems Administrator ApprenticeshipsHCC has launched a new Linux apprenticeship training program that provides qualifying students the opportunity to get hands-on work experience at AT&T in its public sector organization. The application period for the fall cohort is open now through July 9 for this new program and three additional information technology (IT) apprenticeships offered at HCC with AT&T.more
AnnouncementsBreaking Ground on New Mathematics and Athletics ComplexHoward Community College held a groundbreaking celebration on June 16 for its planned Mathematics and Athletics Complex. Funded by the State of Maryland and Howard County, new facility will be 193,000 gross square feet. Construction will begin later this summer with an estimated completion in 2024. Read more.more
Campus LifeBy the Numbers: Mathematics and Athletics ComplexThe newly planned facility will bring exciting changes to campus when it opens in 2024. The new facility will fuse academics with athletics and in an innovative and creative approach to serving students and the community. Read more about this exciting new development at HCC.more
Science & TechHCC Releases Journal of Research in Progress, Volume 4HCC celebrated the digital release of this year’s Journal of Research in Progress (JRIP), HCC’s peer-reviewed student academic research publication. The 9 papers selected for the latest of JRIP’s 4 volumes represent the work of 16 student researchers and 12 research mentors.more
Campus LifeOn the List: Books for Our TimesWe asked three English faculty to share the books that best embody our times and open minds to new ways of thinking. They came up with "Friday Black" by Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah, "Azazeel" by Youssef Ziedan, and "Kim Jiyoung, Born 1982" by Cho Nam-Joo. Read more!more