BCCC to offer tuition-free classes for fall semester

BCCC's affordable cost is also particularly attractive to students attending four-year institutions who want to take advantage of the low tuition and enroll in virtual or online classes. Continue reading
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Ulman Foundation leads MOVE Maryland program to benefit nonprofits

MOVE Maryland is an opportunity to raise funds together, to get people moving in support of their favorite nonprofit, and to collectively elevate Maryland’s nonprofit sector in the midst of these challenging times. Continue reading

BBJ: McCormick’s 1st Black president says she will strive for diverse hiring, mentorship

Nneka Rimmer said she will seek diverse candidate pools when hiring and will mentor Black leaders in and outside of McCormick. Continue reading

Ruth Williams-Brinkley named regional president of Kaiser Permanente’s Mid-Atlantic region

Williams-Brinkley joins the Mid-Atlantic region from Kaiser Permanente Northwest, where she served as president since 2017.  Continue reading

BBJ: Bank of America’s Hunt Valley office helps supply 4,400 meals to vulnerable residents

Starting in June and continuing throughout the summer, the CAN of Baltimore County and Franciscan Center of Baltimore each collect meals and distribute them to neighbors in need. Continue reading

GBC member companies recognized among the best hospitals in Maryland, across the country

Seven GBC member companies were recognized for being among the best hospitals in the state of Maryland. Two were recognized among the best in the country. Continue reading

CCBC to offer free tuition to qualifying students

By providing students with supplemental aid after the awarding of scholarships, grants and COVID-19 relief funding, CCBC is removing the biggest barrier found in higher education: cost. Continue reading

GBC members, Baltimore Women’s Advisory Board Members recognized among The Daily Record’s Top 100 Women

The Daily Record recognized 100 individuals for the Top 100 Women award. Of the 100 women selected, 28 are employed by a Greater Baltimore Committee (GBC) member company. Continue reading

The Daily Record: SECU of Maryland to open new Clarksville location

SECU’s Clarksville location is the latest in a series of planned new financial center openings, designed to expand the credit union’s footprint and better serve Maryland residents. Continue reading