• Financial Assistance


    Workforce Creation Scholarship 
     
    BCCC provides more than 80 Workforce Creation Scholarships annually—including tuition, fees and books—to high school graduates, non-traditional students, veterans, single parents and ex-offenders. The scholarships are available to students pursuing careers in the high-demand fields of construction, allied health/ nursing, allied human services, bioscience and teaching. Contact the BCCC Foundation Office for more information at 410-209-6006.  Note: Because of limited funds, not all who apply will receive assistance. 
     
    Mayor's Office of Employment Development (MOED) 
     
    There may also be some financial help available at your local career center. Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Funding and Individual Training Accounts funding (ITAs) could be a call away:
    MOED Career Centers (http://www.oedworks.com)
    Northwest Career Center         410-523-1060
    Eastside Career Center            410-396-9045
    AFL-CIO Baltimore Works    410-767-2148
     
    Central Scholarship
    This organization also has funding available for Baltimore City residents pursuing certificate training within Workforce Development at BCCC. Awards range from $500-$4,000.
    To apply please visit their website at http://http://www.central-scholarship.org/ or call 410-415-5558 for more information.
     
    Senior Citizen Tuition Waivers
    Senior citizens (60 or older at the time of registration), are eligible to use Senior Citizen Tuition Waivers to register for classes tuition-free on a “seats available” basis. 
     
    Please note some noncredit courses are offered through a third-party vendor and, therefore, are
    ineligible for the Senior Citizen tuition waiver