Prepare for Today’s Careers

Chesapeake College’s students enroll at different ages and career stages. Some people want to earn college credit in high school. Others pursue an associate of science or arts degree. Many seek credits to transfer to a four year or graduate program. And countless more take continuing education courses for professional advancement and personal enrichment.

Chesapeake is the high quality, convenient and affordable place you can turn - and return - for lifelong learning.

Prepare for Today’s Careers

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Amber McGinnis

  • Dept: Communications
  • Joined Staff: 2008

 

As the leader of Chesapeake’s Honors Program, Professor McGinnis pushes students to expand their intellectual curiosity and critical thinking skills. With a passion for lifelong learning, her enthusiasm inspires student success.

 

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Faculty & Staff

Chris Boettcher

  • Path:  Health Care
  • Graduation:  2017

 

Twenty years after graduating college, Chris – a Queen Anne’s Co. fire inspector - turned to Chesapeake’s nationally certified paramedic training program to further advance his first responder skills.

 

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Alumni

Dacia Nurse

  • Path:  Health Care
  • Graduation:  2017

 

Looking to explore career options, Dacia earned both her A.A. degree and dental assistant’s certificate to fulfill her dream to be an orthodontist. She graduated from our Honors Program and is currently enrolled at UMBC.

 

Transfer and Degree Programs
Student