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Prince George's Community College (PGCC) is proud to announce its recipients of the annual NISOD Excellence Awards.
The Athletics Department at Prince George’s Community College (PGCC) is proud to announce that its Women’s Basketball team is headed to the Nationals.
Black History Month may be coming to an end, but Charlene Dukes continues to work to educate young minds. She shares her story with Alexis Goring.
PGCC tells elected officials to keep higher education affordable to ensure underrepresented populations have access to resources and opportunities for career and professional growth.
Receive free tax preparation assistance from Prince George’s Community College’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, now through April 14 at the Largo campus.
Prince George's Community College remembers Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. by making a day off a day on – for service.
The President’s bold announcement elevates dialogue on this critical issue to the national arena, and encourages collaboration between state and federal agencies in addressing the widening skills gap and its dragging effect on the economy.
Prince George's Community College is among the recipients of the 2014 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll in the Interfaith Community Service category.
Always striving; another member of the PGCC family has reached an important milestone in their career. Dr. Nicholas Plants is the co-editor of a book being published by University of Virginia Press.
The communication and theatre department at Prince George's Community College is proud to present Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol".
Hundreds of community college faculty, state lawmakers, and higher education policymakers met at the Maryland Association of Community Colleges’ (MACC) 5th annual Summit on Completion to share strategies for improving college completion rates.
NBC4, Allstate, and Shred-It have teamed up with Prince George’s County Office of the County Executive and Prince George’s Community College once again to bring you the next NBC4/Allstate Community Shred event.
Capital One Bank approved a $20,000 grant to Prince George’s Community College Foundation, Inc.
Prince George’s Community College Presents United States Congresswoman Donna Edwards as Guest Speaker at Annual Notary Public Day
Dr. Charlene Dukes is #winning! The college president lands a cool spot on The Washington Business Journal's #POWER 100 list.
Awards given to Latino students attending 11 colleges and universities in the state of Maryland. Funds will be used to help each student reach their academic goals and achieve a higher level of education.
Prince George’s Community College will host its bi-annual Partners for Success Awards Dinner and Gala where the Honorable Senator Barbara Mikulski, Lockheed Martin and Kaiser Permanente will be the official guests of honor.
Illnesses and symptoms related to infectious diseases like INFLUENZA, EBOLA and THE COMMON COLD are hot-button issues being covered by the global media. Many of us travel domestically and abroad throughout the year, therefore it is critical that basic precautions be taken to ensure optimal health.
Read the latest edition of "Learning in the Journey" and learn how PGCC students are taking the world by storm. #FinishUrDegree #PGCCStudentsRock
Prince George's Community College is recognized by The President of the United States for its dedication to serving the community and its commitment to providing pathways of success to students.
The Bluebird Blues Festival is the college’s premier, annual event that brings music fans from all over Metropolitan Washington, D.C. to our community, and it's FREE to the public.
Students, staff and faculty prepare to celebrate the ratification of the U.S. Constitution with a day full of learning events, contests, prizes and reflection on our country's Bill of Rights.
Prince George’s Community College (PGCC) landed two positions on this year’s CC Week list in categories that highlight the top two-year schools for minority students and African American students.
The Maryland Tourism Education Foundation, Inc. (MTEF) announced that Marilyn Ann Cox of Oxon Hill, MD is their 2014 Tourism Scholarship Winner. This dynamic Prince George's Community College student has set her sights high, and is on track to being a major success in this exciting industry.
Board of Trustees approves ability of College to position itself as a smoke/tobacco-free institution. Breathe Free campaign launched to promote a healthier environment for students, faculty, staff, and the community.
The Prince George’s Community College online scholarship application will be available starting July 14th at www.pgcc.edu/go/scholarship.
Samantha Howard, Coordinator of Recruitment and Community Relations, was inducted into Soroptimist of Bowie-Crofton as a new member and 1st year director.
PGCC Athletic department receives an Official Proclamation of achievement by the Prince George’s County Council.
Chef-turned-professor-turned social activist takes on the mission to 'Change the Way We Age'.
Staying on the leading edge, Prince George's Community College charges ahead with UTC expansion plans.
PGCC graduate, Amy Duley, reflects on her experience at the college as she prepares for her journey at UMD.
Educator, administrator and champion for student achievement is chosen to inspire this year’s graduates at the 2014 Commencement ceremony while being presented with the college’s Distinguished Alumni Award.
PGCC will hold a grand opening ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday, May 13, 2014 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Largo, Maryland campus.
Eighty-six PGCC students inducted into Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society
We’re not looking for America’s Next Top Model…we’re looking for America’s Next Top Minds. So join us on April 11th to grab some gorg attire for prom!
American Council on Education Honors Charlene M. Dukes as a Higher Education Leader in Diversity Practices
Students from 3 local high schools will get a bird's-eye view and hands-on experience in the medical field at an unprecedented health fair at PGCC.
Prince George's Community College offers Job Readiness Program through Youth @ Work to prepare students to be effective in their future, professional careers
Prince George's Community College president is honored with a 2014 ASALH Living Legacy Award
Associated Black Charities will collaborate with designated partners to develop plans for leading-edge regional healthcare workforce.
Dick Gregory--Activist, Comedian and Global Advocate for Change--Set to Appear at Prince George’s
Community College for ‘Civil Rights Day’
Receive free tax preparation assistance from Prince George’s Community College’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, now through April 12 at the Largo campus.
Fifteen Prince George’s Community College student leaders will travel to Annapolis on Thursday , February 13, 2014 to advocate for the important role community colleges play in higher education and their benefits to Maryland.
A companion to the PBS AMERICAN EXPERIENCE film “Freedom Riders”, the exhibition will be shown at PGCC on February 25, 2014 at 1 p.m. Special guest will be former Jet Magazine photographer, Theodore Gaffney, who travelled with the Freedom Riders.
Second-year student, Noemi Ana Smith, is envisioning her success as she delivers keynote at MACC conference.
The National CyberWatch Center, headquartered on the campus of Prince George's Community College, is spotlighted in Techopedia
Prince George's Community College is inspired by the vision of Nelson Mandela, and encourages the community to Envision Success.
Prince George's Community College hosted its 26th Annual College Enrichment Day to focus on best practices for achieving optimal college-wide results.
Museum Studies Internship and Certificate Program for Students Aspiring to Have Careers in the Curating, Cultural and Visual Arts Fields Opens New Doors.
Transforming Lives: PGCC Encourages Students to Focus on Health…From the Inside, Out
Prince George's Community College welcomes President Obama to the Largo campus.
Celebrate food, festivities and fun at the 21st Annual Bluebird Blues Festival.
Student has article published in academic journal.
Police academy graduates complete the requirements for graduation from the PGCC police academy.
PGCC student works hard to achieve success after hardship.
“Envision Success” Highlighted as Capstone Achievement
College enhances athletes’ performance through innovative apparel
Students receive $325,000 to transfer to top colleges in the Washington Metropolitan Area
Activities include summer classes, art exhibit, cookout and open house
Apply, register and pay for courses the same day
Programs include concerts, culture, arts and learning opportunities
Facility provides students with cutting-edge technology and real-world training
Elvina Newton Tryer receives a $1,500 scholarship
Nearly 1,100 graduates will receive associate degrees
Seventy-five students inducted into Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society
Reginald Dwayne Betts receives AACC 2013 Outstanding Alumni Award
Juanita Y. Artis overcomes academic challenges and is a transformed leader
Participants compete for prizes and academic bragging rights
Wrongly accused speaks to students about his struggle for justice
Discussions address career choice, leadership, stress and self-esteem for women
Mary L. Stevenson is first full-time faculty to reach 45 years of service
Organization recognizes Charlene M. Dukes for unique contributions to state
Programs include concerts and academic advising events
Production explores acting techniques and human relationships
Accelerator Program offers firms competitive edge in construction industry
Search up-to-date local job postings and hiring trends
Facility serves as hands-on television laboratory for students
Distinguished panel of African-Americans discusses academic excellence
Programs include interactive discussions, art exhibitions, and performances
Play includes excerpts of Lorraine Hansberry’s works including “A Raisin in the Sun”
Competition to redesign city space develops works of art
Students meet with dozens of Maryland colleges and universities
Transforming Lives expands reach and improves effectiveness of communications
Discussion focuses on ethical standards in The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks
CMBD prepares companies to compete for large-scale contracts
PGCC tells elected officials to keep higher education affordable
Lyrics encourage students to achieve excellence
Area’s largest employers will accept resumes and discuss career options
Marlon Harrison will share his business management experience with students
Community Financial Center introduces new coalition to expand free tax preparation services
Staff will dedicate hundreds of hours in planning training and literacy programs
Transforming Lives reaches hundreds of thousands of residents in the DC area
Programs include cultural discussions, film and music
Interns gain valuable work experience during Presidential celebrations
Residents with $51,000 household incomes and basic income tax returns are eligible
Volunteers will aid Hurricane Sandy recovery effort and local charity
PGCC establishes chapter of National Society of Minorities in Hospitality
Panel participants share how educational opportunities transformed their lives
Program includes financial literacy workshops and one-on-one assistance
Programs include a resource fair and karaoke sing-along
Philippa Palmer represents students from Maryland’s 16 community colleges
Funds support health education initiatives at Academy of Health Sciences at PGCC
Nnamdi C. Umunna Jr. selected for NJCAA second team
Learn about associate degree programs and continuing education classes
Center for Health Studies features the latest interactive training tools
Volunteers will pack 500 baskets with Public Safety Assistance Program
Receive free training and IRS volunteer certification
College cosponsors educational forums and a theatrical presentation
Students represent every academic division of the college
Seven students receive special distinctions
Classes begin January 22 at the Largo campus and January 26 at Laurel College Center
Students receive hands on training in industry-specific trades
Activities include a multicultural holiday party, AIDS screening and concerts
Students complete requirements to become registered nurses
Event connects high schools, colleges and cyber organizations to the needs of cyber professionals
Fundraising event supports scholarships, programs and facilities
Students receive awards in 15 catagories
Awards presented at district conference in Pittsburgh
Activities include a student art exhibition, music and food demonstrations and health screenings
Perry signs copies of his book and answers audience questions
Reynero Pacheco earns second Division III Goalie of the Week award
College and foundation set new $25 million goal
Play exposes today’s students to a conflict that divided another generation
INsTEP program enhances instruction in computer technology, networking, and cybersecurity
Funding will promote cybersecurity education at community colleges nationally
Art professors showcase ceramics, drawings, paintings and sculptures
Honorees recognized for support of student achievement and community engagement
Students participate in summer internships and mentorship programs
Activities include art exhibitions, music, sports and health education seminars
Dozens of area employers accept resumes for paid positions and internships
Meetings, workshops and readings offer community engagement
Skerpon and Bridgwaters-Simms serve as links between college and community
Shannon Chiles awarded Fulbright U.S. Student Program scholarship to Canada in psychology
Diverse events highlight culture and traditions
Residents can shred up to five boxes free of charge
Project begins with 9/11 National Day of Service and Remembrance
Weekly blog talk radio program highlights college successes
Students receive full tuition and fees to Prince George’s Community College
Students receive full scholarships for four semesters
Free event features legendary performers and activities for all ages
Cindy Childs will support technology, code of conduct and budget oversight
Events include voter registration drive, health fair, music concerts and competitions
Facility has trained nearly 500 students
Rocco Mennella honored by National Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers
Nearly 100 students complete skilled-trades training programs
Facility expands training for nurses, pharmacy technicians, and radiology professionals
PGCC president unanimously elected after previously serving as board vice president
Prince George’s County high school students complete construction job training at PGCC
Biennial fundraiser honors community partners and supports scholarships
Lockheed Martin executive established nursing education scholarship at PGCC
Purpose, People, Possibilities campaign engages the community
Technology improvements expand indoor and outdoor Internet access
Program prepares students for careers in lighting, video, sound, rigging and stage fabrication
TeamBuilders Academy partners with business community and county school system
College community selects The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks to stimulate dialogue
Program offers college study skills classes and a basketball camp
Prince George’s Community College ranked 21st in the nation by Diverse Issues in Higher Education
Learn about six associate degree programs and continuing education classes
Initiative motivates students to achieve academic success
Private and government leaders tackle education and business development challenges
Festival offers live entertainment, music workshops and activities for the entire family
25 employees represent a variety of areas and professions
Reginald Dwayne Betts graduated from PGCC in 2007
PGCC shares best practices among Maryland colleges
Nearly 60 students inducted into Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society
Class studies leadership, mentoring and team-building
Tours of the center offered to the public at 5:30 p.m.
Holmes honored in an elite group of 20 students nationwide
Grant supports structural changes and addition of computer learning tools
The Warford Foundation selects Luwen Bent as first Project Impact Scholar
Project provides real-world experience for students in Environmental Studies program
Programs include art, music recitals, health screenings and lectures
Students receive job offers prior to completing the program
Satcha Robinson and Carlos Biaou receive $30,000 a Year to Complete Bachelor’s Degree
Future journalist and author encourages cultural diversity and student success
Festival includes music, food and activities for the entire family
Snowden provides oversight of all workforce development initiatives
Brown speaks at Minority Business Procurement Conference
View more than 100 creations including paintings, watercolors, photography and sculptures
Seminar focuses on unique needs of women
Tia Holmes is one of 50 students to receive a $2,000 scholarship
Fifteen honorees highlighted for academic excellence and community involvement
Service Results in Thousands of Dollars in Tax Refunds
Recording artists are trapped in treachery
Satcha Robinson receives $1,250 scholarship
Campus activities include fitness instruction, music recitals and sexual assault awareness workshops
Finding Peace Discovering Joy, Highlights Literally Speaking Program
More than 1,100 will receive associate degrees
Program offers personal and professional development opportunities
President Obama will speak in the college’s Novak Field House
Dunbar’s company provides green energy and construction jobs for students
College president is featured in March edition of Diverse Issues in Higher Education
Owls’ victory advances team to final 11 in NJCAA
Winning video announced at Achieving the Dream annual meeting
Program designed to increase local entrepreneurship momentum
Barry C. Black will address leadership, legislation, lifestyle
Activities include discussions, film screenings, art exhibitions and musical recitals
Exhibition runs now through February 23 in Marlboro Gallery
Announcement made at the national association’s annual meeting
Students represent Maryland at education reform movement annual meeting
Visit includes CyberWatch briefing, PGCC cyber classroom tour and news conference
Explore business opportunities and learn best practices
Jumpin’ and Jivin’ honors artists of the historic era
Area’s largest employers accept resumes and offer career advice
Workshops address education planning, writing and financial aid
PGCC joins Maryland’s 16 community colleges at Student Advocacy Day
Tickets are now on sale for $40 each
College shares aid information in video format
Programs include film, music and cultural discussions
Prince George’s County Social Innovation Fund recognizes 40 under 40
Receive free training and IRS certification
Programs offer creative outlets and stress reducing venues for students
Students can apply, register and pay for courses the same day
Students celebrate achievements at pinning ceremony
Students volunteer with Public Safety Assistance Program
Prince George’s Community College takes on Montgomery College
Students represent every academic division of the college
Holmes and Robinson chosen to represent the college in national competition
Dukes Joins Other Maryland Community College Presidents to Address Completion Rates
Campus activities include comedy, music, and holiday parties
College will host educational forums and a theatrical presentation
163 creations on view through December 8 in Marlboro Gallery
College offers tools for student completion
Play begins November 10 in Hallam Theatre
Students share culture and express pride through events
Center has served thousands of students since 2001
Event facilitates singing, hair styling and networking
Full scholarship awarded to honors student
Seven graduates receive special distinctions
College to host championship competition in March
Events explore culture, art, business and health education
Funds support curriculum, remote labs, faculty, students, and K-12 outreach
PGCC President Shares honor with First Lady and Secretary of State
College receives honor for commitment to completion
Events highlight culture and traditions
College among top 20 percent of universities and trade schools nationwide
Festival is presented by OneMain Financial
Student group and college office create week of events to promote healing
Semester-long program on Capitol Hill offers leadership training
Events include a digital art exhibit and health fair
Students represent PGCC in Academic Honors Program
County high school students celebrate construction job training completion
State, local, college, school officials and students participate in ribbon cutting ceremony
Festival celebrates rich history of the blues
PGCC students will address financial challenges virtually
Students will participate in a two-week series of workshops and lectures
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