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Capital’s Duncan Harris, Hartford Mayor Bronin To Participate in Aspen Institute Future of Work Forum December 3rd

Capital Community College CEO Duncan Harris and Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin will participate in an Aspen Institute forum on lifelong learning and the future of work on Thursday, December 3rd from 1 to 2:30 p.m. EST The online event will … Continue reading

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Capital Community College receives $3 million Hispanic Serving Institutions Grant

Capital Community College has won a $3 million, five-year federal grant to improve student achievement and increase retention and graduation rates of low-income students at the two-year school located in downtown Hartford. The U.S. Department of Education’s Title V Hispanic … Continue reading

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Lawmakers Support Equity, Job Training Initiatives at Capital Community College’s Legislative Breakfast

State lawmakers voiced support for debt-free community college and expansion of neighborhood-based training for manufacturing and other trades in Hartford  at a Town and Legislative Breakfast sponsored by the Capital Community College Foundation on January 30th. Capital’s CEO G. Duncan … Continue reading

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Capital CEO Duncan Harris Is Recipient Of Greater Hartford Ministerial Alliance’s Drum Major Award For Education

G. Duncan Harris, Ed.D, Capital Community College’s Chief Executive Officer, is the recipient of the Greater Hartford Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance’s 2020 Drum Major Award that recognizes individuals who show leadership in the fields of politics, community service, religion and education. … Continue reading

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