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November 19, 2004: The Campaign for Carroll Community College

Last Friday, Dr. James Ball was inaugurated as the third president of Carroll Community College in Westminster, Carroll County, Maryland.

Ten years ago, in the summer and fall of 2004; the college produced a PowerPoint celebrating a brief review of the college from the 1970s to 2004.

http://kevindayhoffwestgov-net.blogspot.com/2014/11/november-19-2004-campaign-for-carroll.html

Carroll County, community college, Westminster, Maryland

November 19, 2004: The Campaign for Carroll Community College

Last Friday, Dr. James Ball was inaugurated as the third president of Carroll Community College in Westminster, Carroll County, Maryland.

Ten years ago, in the summer and fall of 2004; the college produced a PowerPoint celebrating a brief review of the college from the 1970s to 2004.

http://kevindayhoffwestgov-net.blogspot.com/2014/11/november-19-2004-campaign-for-carroll.html

Carroll County, community college, Westminster, Maryland

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November 19, 2004: The Campaign for Carroll Community College

  1. 1. The Campaign for Carroll Community College
  2. 2. Carroll County’s College
  3. 3. Most Popular Programs • General Studies • Arts and Sciences • Teacher Education • Business Administration • Nursing • Accounting • Computer Graphics • Information Systems • Early Childhood Ed. • Physical Therapist Asst. • Computer-aided Design • Office Technology • Law Enforcement • Health Information Tech.
  4. 4. Measuring Our Success • 12,000 students take classes each year • 60 – 80 businesses contract for training • Most popular choice among Carroll County residents for undergraduate education • Carroll transfers to four-year colleges have above-average bachelor’s degree attainment rates • Career program graduates see incomes more than double in three years
  5. 5. Carroll Community College A Visual History in 100 Seconds
  6. 6. Beginnings: Branch of Catonsville CC 1976
  7. 7. Washington Road Campus 1978
  8. 8. The Campus Master Plan 1984
  9. 9. Groundbreaking 1985
  10. 10. Great Hall 1990
  11. 11. “C” Wing 1990
  12. 12. Dr. Joseph Shields Named Executive Dean 1991
  13. 13. First Board of Trustees 1993
  14. 14. “M” Wing 1993
  15. 15. Accreditation 1996
  16. 16. Random House Learning Resources 1997
  17. 17. Rotary Amphitheater 1998
  18. 18. Dr. Faye Pappalardo Second President 1999
  19. 19. Scott Center 2002
  20. 20. Business Training Center 2002
  21. 21. Life Fitness Building 2002
  22. 22. Nursing/Allied Health Building 2004
  23. 23. Sykesville Center Credit and Continuing Education courses first offered at the Public Safety Education and Training Center in fall 2004.
  24. 24. Who We Serve Selected Student Images 2000 - 2004
  25. 25. “Attending Carroll allowed me to save toward the five years of schooling ahead of me.” Eliz Erman, 2004 graduate Transferred to the International School of Traditional Chinese Medicine Victoria, Canada
  26. 26. Student Government Outing
  27. 27. “Working on campus has taught me new skills and instilled in me a sense of responsibility and competence.” Jeana Biondo Current student
  28. 28. Practical Nursing Graduating Class
  29. 29. “I chose Carroll because as a nontraditional student I had limited options. I had never gone to college after high school so I wanted a small place at a price I could afford.” Suzanne Kristensen, 2003 graduate Transferred to McDaniel College
  30. 30. Police Academy Graduating Class
  31. 31. “Throughout my American Government course I thought about possible career paths with a political science major. That’s when I began searching for a four-year college to transfer to.” Shelley Warfel, 2004 graduate Transferred to American University
  32. 32. “The Littlest Learners”
  33. 33. “meeting county workforce development needs”
  34. 34. Business Training Clients • Joseph A. Bank, Inc. • Black & Decker, Inc. • BB&T • Carroll Hospital Center • Carroll Lutheran Village • English American Tailoring Company • Finch Services, Inc. • Knorr Brake Corporation • Marada, Inc. • New Windsor State Bank • Northrop Grumman • Random House, Inc. • Shelter Systems, Inc. • Springfield Hospital Center • Strouse Corporation • Westminster Union Bank
  35. 35. Serving Local Business Owners
  36. 36. “a resource for cultural and community enrichment”
  37. 37. First Student Production 2003
  38. 38. Art Exhibitions
  39. 39. Community Events
  40. 40. The Future Challenge
  41. 41. FTE Enrollment Growth Percent Increase FY1998-FY2003 18.6 38.5 Carroll CC MD CCs Carroll growing twice as fast as Maryland CCs overall!
  42. 42. Total FTE Enrollment Actual FY2000-04, Projected FY2006-08 1,698 2,045 2,363 2,648 2,891 FY2000 FY2002 FY2004 FY2006 FY2008
  43. 43. Sources of Revenue, FY2004 Students, 40% Other, 1% County, 31% State, 28%
  44. 44. State Aid to Carroll Community College $301,635 Decrease 4,780,562 4,478,927 FY2003 FY2004
  45. 45. The Fiscal Crunch Enrollment Government Support
  46. 46. A campaign to raise $4 million in private gifts so the College can continue to be Carroll County’s premier learning community for convenient, affordable, state-of-the-market postsecondary training, baccalaureate preparation, and lifelong education.
  47. 47. Scholarships Goal: $2,150,000
  48. 48. Impact: • Operating fund scholarships will meet immediate financial needs of an additional 150 students per year over the next five years • Endowed scholarships will provide a permanent source of support for future Carroll students
  49. 49. Where I am today would not have been possible were it not for the people, support, and scholarships available at Carroll Community College. Omar Blanca M.B.A. Student Johns Hopkins University
  50. 50. Nursing and Allied Health Equipment Fund Goal: $800,000
  51. 51. Impact: • Students will learn in laboratory settings similar to those they will encounter on-the-job • Campus programs will keep up with advances in medical technology • New health care programs will be introduced to meet local and regional workforce needs
  52. 52. Carroll has made such a difference in my life. It enabled me, a wife and mother of three, to reach my dream of becoming a nurse. To thank Carroll for all it has done for us, my nursing class made a donation to support the program. I was happy to give something back to the place that has given me and my family so much. Patricia Dasch
  53. 53. Instructional Technology Goal: $800,000
  54. 54. Impact: • Campus hardware and software will be kept market-current so students will be ready for the workplace • All classrooms will be equipped so faculty can use the most effective instructional technologies • Two mobile wireless computer labs will be available for on-site training at remote locations • Online learning capabilities will be enhanced • Library and tutoring center will be converted to wireless technology to facilitate research and study • Faculty will be trained in emerging technologies
  55. 55. The “smart classroom” technology at Carroll created a learning experience far beyond what I could ever have simply jotted down in my notebook. Jeannine Morber 2004 Graduate
  56. 56. Library and Learning Resources Endowment Goal: $250,000
  57. 57. Impact: • Subscriptions to electronic databases for classroom exercises and research will be purchased • Print and multimedia collections will be expanded to meet national standards • Students will have more opportunities to learn video production techniques • College will be able to maximize its partnership with the Community Media Center
  58. 58. One of the many important skills I learned at Carroll was the ability to extract information from research materials. I attribute this to the college’s library and its exceptional staff. Sherry Bowman 2004 Graduate
  59. 59. Campaign Leadership Campaign Chair – Kelly W. Hill Lead Gifts Chair – David Bollinger Leadership Awareness Co-Chairs – David Roush and Jeff Sprinkle Board Division Chair – Barbara Charnock Foundation President – Paula Langmead Foundation Vice President -Bernard Jones College President – Dr. Faye Pappalardo Campaign Manager – Steven Wantz
  60. 60. Board Officers Paula Langmead, President Bernard Jones, Sr., Vice President Dr. H. Kenneth Shook, Secretary Jeffrey Sprinkle, Treasurer
  61. 61. Board Members • Dr. Arnold Amass • W. Bradley Bauhof, Esq. • Naomi Benzil • Brian Haight • Rebecca Harman • Frederick Hintermister • Kelly W. Hill • Donald Hoffman, Esq. • Sara Jacoby • Josh Kohn • Nancy McCormick • Louna Primm • Randy E. Rager • Tom N. Rasmussen • Mark A. Ritter • David Roush • John A. Steers, M.D.

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