• Workforce Creation Scholarship for Baltimore City residents only, who are US Citizens, or eligible non-citizens, in the biotechnology program either as a full-time or part-time student taking more than 6 credits. A new BCCC student may apply with supplemental supporting documents. Applicants must complete a FASFA and write a letter of interest, expressing the student’s personal commitment to this area of study, and future career goals.
    • Towson/BCCC Bridges Grant is a National Institutes of Health funded partnership that supports selected BCCC science students to become STEM Scholars with a tuition paid Towson University (TU) course taught at BCCC in the spring semester and an 8-week paid summer internship, a fall part-time paid continuing internship, and one semester at Towson University with tuition paid upon transfer to TU.

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