Dr. May, Board of Trustees Chair Rev. S. Todd Yeary, Ph.D., and several members of the BCCC staff were on hand Thursday, Jan. 5 for the big announcement by Gov. Larry Hogan of his administration’s jobs initiative legislative package to expand educational and workforce development opportunities throughout the state, including increased funding for the Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-TECH) program. Governor Hogan joined Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford, Baltimore City Mayor Catherine E. Pugh and dozens of other state and city officials ahead of next week’s kickoff of the 2017 Maryland General Assembly session. The event was held at the Living Classrooms Foundation’s POWER House Community Center at 316 S. Caroline St.
Photo courtesy of Joe Andrucyk of the Governor’s Press Office