BCCC's Business and Continuing Education Division, headquartered at 710 E. Lombard St., offers day, evening, and weekend courses for contract training and the general public at sites throughout the city, and hundreds of training courses customized to fit specific employer needs. Contract-training clients have included The Johns Hopkins Health System, Baltimore City Public Schools, Chase, University of Maryland Medical System, Chesapeake Biological Laboratories, and the Baltimore City Police Academy, to name a few. Career training programs include Health Care, Telecommunicatihons, Information Technology, Web Site Development, Hospitality, and Professional Certification and Licensure.
Please mail contributions to:
Baltimore City Community College Foundation, Inc.
2901 Liberty Heights Ave.
West Pavilion, Room 110
Baltimore, Maryland 21215
Make checks payable to the BCCC Foundation, Inc.
The Endowed Teaching Chair Program for Baltimore City Community College is designed to enrich student achievement by recognizing the strength of the college -- its teaching faculty and instructional departments.
Teaching Chairs have traditionally been associated with universities to lure pre-eminent researchers to a college. The Endowed Teaching Chair Program at BCCC molds the tradition into the college by rewarding excellence in teaching provided by involved and concerned faculty. It is the goal to establish 25 Endowed Teaching Chairs for BCCC.
Funds for each Endowed Teaching Chair are provided from a private contribution of $50,000. The interest from this permanent $50,000 endowment provides an annual stipend to a distinguished college instructor or innovative academic department.
The determination of Endowed Teaching Chair awards is made based on a combination of guidelines established by the donor and those developed by the college in concert with the foundation. Each Endowed Teaching Chair is established in the name chosen by the donor. The donor may select the academic discipline to be recognized by the contributor.
Opportunities for individuals, organizations or businesses to establish Endowed Teaching Chairs may be discussed by contacting the Executive Director or Director of Development of the BCCC FOUNDATION, INC.
The Naming Opportunities Procedures describe the guidelines governing the naming of college facilities, including new and renovated buildings, centers, laboratories, classrooms, and the interior and exterior spaces associated with them. These guidelines are developed to support, coordinate, and manage the process to ensure consistency and uniformity in naming these structures and spaces on the Baltimore City Community College campuses.
The Foundation Office plans, coordinates, and implements fund-raising programs with BCCC students, alumni, parents, friends, corporations, and foundations. The Foundation’s mission is to increase the measure of private giving in support of BCCC’s discovery, learning, and engagement activities and to develop and maintain positive relationships throughout the institution’s broad range of constituents.
Donors and potential donors are increasingly interested in finding philanthropic projects of their values to bear their names. Gifts that qualify for naming opportunities are a meaningful and lasting way to impact life at Baltimore City Community College.