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Partnering with businesses, schools, and colleges to meet the engineering needs of Maryland manufacturing.

The TIME Center at the Community College of Baltimore County is  improving skills of technicians and the educators who teach them.

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Check out the Goldieblox site for new games encouraging young girls to look at engineering.


TIME Center supports "Making your ideas reality"

The TIME Center has encouraged instructors to learn more about the CCBC Fab Lab and find ways to integrate the use of the Fab Lab with current instruction. The Interior Design program, part of the Art Design and Interactive Media program has made the great use of the Fab Lab with their current courses. See the video about how these programs will continue to be creative and innovative.

TIME Center Update

The TIME Center grant did not receive approval for additional funds during the last NSF grant cycle. Team members continue to seek other grant funded opportunities and are currently meeting with the Maryland Community Colleges; the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulations (DLLR); the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development (DBED); and various Maryland manufacturing organizations to discuss options in order to continue their work. Current funds will be expended by June 30, 2014.

The mikroweworks foundation announces scholarship program

  • The mikeroweworks foundation has announced a scholarship program for students enrolled in a skilled trade program at a two-year college, vocational school or approved training institute. For more information click here.

News & Events


USFLN 2015 Symposium

The next Symposium is being planned. When arrangements are complete the  USFLN website will have registration and lodging information.

Intensive Training Program

CCBC is accepting applications for the next cohort of the Intensive Machine Tool Training Program. For more information click.


See Mike Rowe'scomments with Katie Couric regarding skilled trades jobs and education.

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CCBC Fab Lab at Catonsville

All persons wishing to use the Fab Lab must complete an Introduction course
(VOA 843, cost $99.00 (in county cost)). Operating Hours vary. For more information visit the
Fab Lab website at or contact Kelly Zona at

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