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.
Many of you hold fond remembrances of your academic achievements and the institution that contributed so immensely to your development. In this spirit, I hope you will consider the value of a new or renewed relationship with your alma mater.
Throughout its history, Baltimore City Community College has meant many things to many people. For some, a degree or certificate earned was simply a means to an end. For others, it was the beginning of a journey that would take them to the pinnacle of academic and career success. Whatever your reason for attending, you are now part of a greater BCCC community – a proud legion of alumni more than 30,000 strong since the College’s foundation. Today, I am inviting you back to the place “from whence you came.” Like me, you probably gained much from your experiences as a student at Baltimore Junior College (BJC), Community College of Baltimore (CCB), New Community College of Baltimore (NCCB), or Baltimore City Community College (BCCC). So allow me to have you take an extra step by volunteering your time, talents and resources to help someone who has yet to fulfill the promise of higher education.
There are many ways to give back to your College. By becoming an active Alumni Association member, you avail yourself of a rich array of volunteer opportunities. Join an alumni committee which could use your help putting together new mentoring, outreach, scholarship and awards programs. Get involved in the Fundraising and Events Committee or help build our voice in Annapolis as part of the Legislative Committee. By mentoring a future alumna or alumnus or helping to select an alumni scholarship recipient, you become a leader in our effort to build new communities and options for Baltimore City residents. The fact is, accomplished BCCC alumni such as you are best positioned to foster a new commitment to learning in this community. Whatever your interest, your BCCC Alumni Association needs you today!
My hat goes off to all Granville T. Woods and Nursing alumni-affiliated groups. I encourage you to form like-affiliated groups. We’re here to support you as well! If you could, please fill out the online contact form or email us at email@example.com. You may also contact me at 410-462-8542 or the Office of Alumni Relations by contacting Thomas Hampton at 410-209-6036.
Chima Ugah, Alumni Association President
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KFC Franchise Owner
Senior Vice President, Whiting-Turner Contracting Company
Christine Renee Lincoln
John Carroll Weiss
President/CEO, Chesapeake Biological Laboratories, Inc.
BCCC alumnus, Alumni Association President and former Faculty Senate President
Dr. Michelle Bondima
Former BCCC Dean of Business, Health, Sciences and Mathematics
Stuart Steiner, PhD
President, Genesee Community College, Genesee, New York; 1997 AACC CEO of the Year
Shirley Nathan Pulliam
Member, Maryland House of Delegates; Registered Nurse; member, BCCC Nursing Program Advisory Board
Executive Director, Baltimore Cable Access
BCCC Allied Health Department/Dental Hygiene Program Faculty Member
Joan Carter Conway
Maryland State Senator
BCCC Financial Aid Specialist/Admissions Counselor
Church News columnist, Baltimore Afro-American; Gospel radio personality
Marvin Conrad, D.D.S.
Dentist, U.S. Department of Defense, The Pentagon; BCCC Alumni Association President
Carolyn Dabirsiaghi, Ph.D.
BCCC CMES Department faculty member; Director of the William Donald Schaefer Life Sciences Institute
Executive Vice President, NationsBank, State of Georgia
Venetta C. Edwards
Staff Assistant, Office of U.S. Congressman Benjamin Cardin
Community Relations Coordinator, Helix Family Choice