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Here's What's Happening

FCC Covid-19 Update
New Logistics & Production Technology Training Program

• New! HCTI Baking & Pastry Arts Degree & Certificate Programs
• Self-Service Feature Available to Manage Your Schedule Online
 FCC Named Top 15 School for Culinary Students
• Diesel Technician Automotive Training Program

FCC Covid-19 Update

In a recent conference call with the Frederick County Health Department, it was reported that the Delta variant is more contagious than the previous COVID strains. The incidence of infection in the County is on the rise. To keep our College safe and mitigate the spread of the Delta variant, we will continue to follow all published guidelines from the CDC, Governor Hogan's Office, and the Frederick County Health Department. We will be following all health protocols and starting immediately, masks will be required in all indoor spaces. Learn more >>

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New Logistics & Production Technology Training Program

The new Frederick Community College Logistics & Production Technology program delivers in-depth knowledge and applied experience for successful entry-level positions into the Supply Chain, Biotechnology, and Manufacturing industries, which continue to be high-growth and high-demand industries in Frederick County. This specialized training develops essential core skills for front-line positions in materials handling and supply chain logistics at fulfillment centers, warehouses, distribution centers, and factories. New courses are now enrolling with additional training debuting in Spring 2022. Learn more >>

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New! HCTI Baking & Pastry Arts Degree & Certificate Programs 

The Hospitality, Culinary & Tourism Institute is now offering all-new academic programs this fall. Pursue your Baking & Pastry Arts degree or academic certificate program by exploring classical and contemporary techniques at HCTI this fall. Led by professional chefs, this practical, skill-based baking and pastry education delivers hands-on experience in the production of breads, pastries, cakes, desserts, chocolates, confections, and more, in a fully-equipped commerical teaching kitchen at the Monroe Center in Frederick, MD. Learn more >>

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New Self-Service Feature Available to Manage Your Schedule Online 

We know, life happens. Plans change. And sometimes those changes include the need to cancel a class registration. You can now do this online with our self-service cancellation feature, or the "self-drop" option. Available on select classes up to 7 days prior to the class start date, this option is now accessible from your account dashboard. After signing into your account, scroll down and click "Go To My Dashboard". Click on the green drop down Menu bar on the left and click Cancel to display classes eligible for this service. Click the class you wish to cancel and follow the prompts to complete the transaction. 

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HCTI Named Top 15 School for Culinary Students

A recent study, using data from the latest College Scorecard release by the Department of Education, ranks the Hospitality, Culinary & Tourism Institute at FCC as one of the top 15 schools for Culinary students. compiled a list of the best culinary schools based on a variety of factors, such as cost and employment rate as well as program options, early career income, and more. Institutions were ranked according to level of program flexibility and affordable rate while still providing a strong education leading to job placement and financial success. Learn more about HCTI.   

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New! Diesel Technician Automotive Training Program

Critical to our country’s infrastructure, trained diesel technicians and mechanics are in demand, earning nearly $53,000 a year with increasing opportunities in our area according to Acquire essential knowledge, important skills, and required experience necessary in today’s automotive industries in customized hands-on training programs now enrolling through Frederick Community College in partnership with Hagerstown Community College. Enroll in Diesel Technician Part I and Diesel Technician Part I today to learn from the experts. New classes are starting soon. Learn more >>
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Frederick Community College
Continuing Education & Workforce Development
7932 Opossumtown Pike • Frederick, MD 21701
(301) 624-2888 •