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Financial Planning Courses at Harford Community College

Harford Community College offers several courses to help you plan for your financial future.

Get Ready for Your High School Swim Season

Harford Community College offers a preparatory class that will help you get in shape for your high school swim season.

Get Prepared for Your A+ Certification Exam at Harford Community College

This course explains why anyone looking to get hired in IT should earn A+ certification.

Students Learn About Cybersecurity at HCC’s GenCyber Camps

Through a recently awarded National Science Foundation and National Security Agency (NSA) grant, Harford Community College launched its first-ever GenCyber Smart Camp for middle school students.

HCC Holds Food Science Summer Trade Academy for HCPS Students

Nine high school students from Harford County Public Schools had the unique opportunity to learn, cook and sample delicious foods they made at the Culinary Academy at Harford Community College.

Middle and High School Students from U.S. and Abroad Attend Joint Science and Technology Institute at HCC

Students, teachers and industry mentors were part of a unique federal opportunity to expand students' knowledge and experience in science, technology, engineering and math this summer in the Joint Science and Technology Institute (JSTI) at Harford Community College.

Nail Technician Training Begins September 5; Registration Deadline August 30

The first of the three required courses in Nail Technician training begins September 5.

Traffic Alert: Road Closure

Please be aware that Schucks Road at Edwards Lane will be closed to all through traffic from August 12 through December (date not yet determined) for a road improvement project.

Governor Hogan Appoints Linkous to Harford Community College Board of Trustees

Governor Hogan has appointed Steve Linkous to the nine-member Harford Community College Board of Trustees.

3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing at Harford Community College

Harford Community College recently held a 3D Printing Workshop at no cost for Harford County high school students entering their junior or senior years.

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