Student Engagement at Carroll Community College provides opportunities for students to build connections and learn skills to help in their future careers.
We have over 25 clubs on campus, leadership programs, service, athletics, career and more!
Operating as usual
Starry Night is one of Carroll's largest annual fundraisers. Students earned volunteer hours aiding attendees of the Starry Night Banquet by running the coat check, directing traffic in the parking lot, and helping with the bidding process. ⭐
Back in March, students attended the Washington Capitals hockey game! Students met on campus then took a bus to Capital One Arena, where the Capitals defeated the Seattle Krakens 5-2!🏒
What trips would you like to see Carroll do in the future?
Over the course of the summer, we’re highlighting trips and events from this past semester! To kick things off we’re starting with the Stuff-a-Plush event sponsored by Pride Alliance. All credit students had a chance to pick out an unfilled plush toy to stuff, creating a plush they can keep. Thanks @phantomentertainment for the awesome animals!
Looking for something awesome to do this summer? Check out the Bee Spelltacular! Join us in the Scott Center Theater on June 14th at 1PM. Teams will be comprised of four people each. This event is open to students, alumni, faculty, and staff. Sign up here: https://bit.ly/3zcInoO
Pride has arrived in Maryland!! Don't forget to check out the multiple events and parades happening throughout the state, and Westminster's Pride Festival in July. Learn more about the festivities here: https://www.visitmaryland.org/list/maryland-pride-events
We remember the fallen veterans and thank them for their service this Memorial Day. The college is closed in remembrance of those who gave the ultimate sacrifice.
The day has finally come!! Congratulations to all those graduating today, we wish you all the best of luck moving forward and will see you soon at Commencement!
The College Central Network Podcast is giving out career tips for college students right before graduation! Listen now to get valuable career tips for life after Carroll!
1 more week till graduation!!! Good luck to everyone during their finals this week!
Only 2 weeks till graduation! How is everyone preparing for finals right now?
Our last employer of the semester is coming this Wednesday in Talbots! Learn more about them and their opportunities in the Cafe!
Congratulations to Alisha Khan, Angel Crone, Siping Machado who were honored last night as members of the PTK All-State Academic Team! These students represent the best of Maryland Community College students- hard-working, resilient, and academically talented. Thank you for representing Carroll CC so well!
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The Spring Finals marathon is just around the corner. So, on Monday, May 9th, join us in the Student Center between 3:00 and 5:00 to unwind/de-stress/decompress with other students at the Phi Theta Kappa Unwindathon! This event is free to all credit students!
Future graduates, would you like an interesting and cool design on your graduation cap? If so, come to our grad cap decorating event next week!
Only 3 weeks left till graduation! Graduates, how do you plan to celebrate your special day?
Want to make a career of helping those in need? Come talk to Penn Mar Human Services this Wednesday to find out how!
May is Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month – a celebration of Asians and Pacific Islanders in the United States. A rather broad term, Asian/Pacific encompasses all of the Asian continent and the Pacific islands of Melanesia (New Guinea, New Caledonia, Vanuatu, Fiji and the Solomon Islands), Micronesia (Marianas, Guam, Wake Island, Palau, Marshall Islands, Kiribati, Nauru and the Federated States of Micronesia) and Polynesia (New Zealand, Hawaiian Islands, Rotuma, Midway Islands, Samoa, American Samoa, Tonga, Tuvalu, Cook Islands, French Polynesia and Easter Island). In 1992, Congress passed Public Law 102-450 which annually designated May as Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month.
Each year millions of Americans face the reality of living with a mental illness. During May, we join the national movement to raise awareness about mental health. Each year we fight stigma, provide support, educate the public and advocate for policies that support people with mental illness and their families. Learn more at the link below
Do you want:
☑️ A flexible schedule to accommodate your classes?
☑️ Supervisors who understand you are a student first and a worker second?
☑️ A job that pays more than minimum wage?
☑️ A fun work environment?
Then a position in Student Engagement and Athletics is for you! Check out these job openings we have for students in our office! Visit the link below for more information and directions on applying! https://bit.ly/3vNboEp
Congratulations to all of Carroll's Outstanding Educator Award nominees! These individuals were recognized by students and employees as people who go above and beyond in their role at the College!
Thank you to everyone who submitted a nomination! Stay tuned to find out who the winners are!
The VR lab is hosting Star Wars week all next week in celebration of May 4th! Visit them one of the four event days to live out your Star Wars Fantasies! Free to all students!
Kick start you summer with the SGO summer kickoff! All sorts of games, food, and prizes will be available at this event! Free to all credit students, you will NOT want to miss it!
The last Lynx Level Up of the Spring has arrived! Located in K116 from 2-3 PM, our Get LinkedIn session will teach you valuable knowledge about the platform and how to use it as a powerful tool in your next job hunt! If you have come to all previous sessions, come to be officially entered into the gift card raffle!
Sign up here https://www.signupgenius.com/go/508094fa4ae2aa3fb6-build
Continental Pools is coming to make your summer great! Learn more about Continental Pools and their job offerings this Wednesday!
We are exactly one month away from graduation! What is everyone looking forward to most about graduating?
Stop by Advising (A102) on April 28th between 10 am and 2 pm to chat with your advisor and hang out with dogs. Take some time to relax and de-stress before the final month of classes!
Help donate book bags and other school items for people in need! This bin will be outside of Student Engagement (A118) all of next week!
Come out tomorrow and get some lucky bamboo! Free to all credit students, stop by the Great Hall from 10 AM - 2 PM to get a lucky bamboo plant!
This is a talk you will not want to miss! Hear from various Carroll Community College alumni as they speak about their journey at the college and beyond! This event is open to Carroll students and employees. Sign up link is below!
5 weeks left until graduation! The time has truly flown on by!
Prom is coming up quickly! RSVP your spot today with the link below!
Great things happen when our communities pull together. Thanks to everyone who participated in this year’s Youth Count. Together, we can eliminate youth homelessness in Maryland.
Do you know what contract cheating is?
Maximize your learning and protect yourself against the consequences of contract cheating.
Stay informed and submit original work! Cheating is not worth it, do the work!
Visit the Student Care & Integrity page for more information about your rights and responsibilities as a student.
If you have any questions, please contact the Director of Student Care and Integrity, Dr. Anderson, [email protected].
“I pledge on my personal honor to uphold and abide by the Code as long as I am enrolled at Carroll Community College.”
Do you know the Carroll Code? Learn more about the Code by visiting the Student Care and Integrity page and clicking on the Student Icon.
Know someone under age 25 who needs safe & reliable housing? Get them to the youth Count! The last day to be counted is April 16th and their voice matters! Learn more at YouthReachMD.com.
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Rice GalleryThe Esther Prangley Rice Gallery offers students the unique opportunity to see artwork created by both regional and national contemporary artists working in a variety of media, and a variety of styles.
Higher Learning is a non-profit academic enrichment program for underserved youth ages 11-17. To promote ethical, socially conscious leadership and action, we think, do and go!
The Kids on the Block puppets originated in 1977 in direct response to US Public Law 94-142, which required that children with disabilities be educated in the least restrictive environment. To date there are more than 1,000 local troupes worldwide
Coding center for kids ages 7-14. Build video games, learn to code, have a blast!
For over 40 years, Larry J. Appel, M.B.A., EMT has instructed the public in CPR and First Aid. Classes held at your location.
This institution is an equal opportunity provider. Accommodation request, contact your local UMD Extension Office.
Evelyn Pfoutz Martin. L grad, BS degree in Equestrian studies, USDF Gold, Silver & Bronze medalist.
Official McDaniel College Women's Soccer Page. Get all the Green Terror news and updates here.
Joshua had strabismus eye surgery at 22 mos. the Ophthalmologist neglected to inform us about Vision Therapy, a less invasive approach. 4 years later we found Vision therapy which gave Joshua the quality of life he deserves.
The Coalition is a volunteer organization addressing underage drinking and other drug prevention to adults and youth.
Westminster Elementary School - Class Room Renovations, North Point Builders, Inc., ABC Baltimore Excellence in Construction