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May 2008

HCC’s College for Kids offers fun learning for middle schoolers

This summer, Hagerstown Community College’s College for Kids program offers a multitude of new classes for students entering grades six through eight.

HCC offers dentistry seminar

HCC’s Center for Continuing Education is offering a dentistry seminar entitled “Drugs, Herbals and Nutraceuticals: New Issues for Denistry” on Fri., May 16, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:15 p.m., in HCC’s Kepler Theater.

HCC offers seminar on creating business alliances

The Technical Innovation Center (TIC) at HCC will offer the last portion of its executive entrepreneurial seminar series on Tues., June 3, entitled, “Creating Business Alliances.”

HCC’s Red, White and Blue Summer Concert Series Announced

The HCC Alumni Association recently announced the concert schedule for the fourth annual Red, White and Blue Summer Concert Series. All concerts are free, open to the public, and will be held in HCC’s Alumni Amphitheater.

HCC’s College for Kids offers audio digital classes for middle and high school students

HCC’s College for Kids summer enrichment program is offering two new classes specially geared towards middle and high school students entering grades eight through ten that are interested in designing three-dimensional computer games and creating/editing digital audio.

HCC President Altieri receives award

Guy Altieri, president of Hagerstown Community College, recently received the 2008 Shirley B. Gordon Award of Distinction from Phi Theta Kappa, international honor society of the two-year college.

MIT entrepreneurial broadcast planned at HCC

HCC’s Technical Innovation Center will host the MIT Enterprise Forum, “Innovation to Commercialization: Using Government Funding to Kick Start Your Start-Up,” on Wed., June 4, in TIC conference room 208.

HCC to host Lt. Gov. Brown and cabinet members during Capital for a Day

Lt. Governor Anthony Brown will visit Hagerstown Community College on May 8 as part of Governor O'Malley's Capital for a Day program. During the visit, he will be joined by other members of the governor’s cabinet for a tour of the Career Programs Building and surrounding road and parking areas, which are in the midst of a $17.1 million renovation.

Volleyball clinic offered at HCC

This summer, HCC’s Center for Continuing Education is offering a two-part volleyball clinic for students entering grades six through nine and grades ten through twelve. HCC’s volleyball clinic is an age appropriate skills development program that combines active sports conditioning with college level coaching.

HCC’s College for Kids offers summer program for first graders

HCC’s Center for Continuing Education is offering a variety of courses designed for elementary children entering first grade in its summer College for Kids enrichment program.