Capitol Connector


As an alum, you already know the benefits of being a member of the Capitol community. In this issue of the Capitol Connector, learn about reduced tuition prices and see why the career fair might be the perfect event for you or your business. Don't forget to save the date for our upcoming events!

Undergrad Summer Tuition Reduced  

Summer TuitionLooking to supplement your education with another degree? Know a family member, friend or colleague who is looking for a bachelor's degree in a competitive field? Capitol's summer classes may be the perfect solution.


For the fifth consecutive year, Capitol will offer reduced summer tuition rates for its undergraduate programs at the Laurel campus. A reduction of 33% means engineering, computer science and technology courses will be offered for $456 per credit, while business and management courses are available for just $236 per credit.  


Registration is open from March 28 to May 18. Learn more about Capitol's reduced tuition for the Summer 2012 term

Looking for a New Job? New Employees?
Career FairWhether you're looking for a new career, or new employees for your company, Capitol College's career fair is the perfect event for networking with hiring companies or dynamic students.

Hiring companies that will be present at the career fair include: ADNET Systems, ASRC Research & Technology, Defense Information Systems Agency, Eaton, Excelon Energy, LJT & Associates, MET Laboratories, Patton Electronics, Phoenix International Holdings, One Stop Career Center, Serco, Sidus Data, Space Telescope Science Institute, The SI Organization and the US Air Force.

If your company is looking to hire, Capitol students with majors in engineering, computer science, technology and business will all be in attendance. Resume review and mock interview sessions will be available, along with several other comprehensive workshops.

Register for the 2012 career fair, or contact Rosana Lemus for more information.

Meet Fellow Alum John Ingram  

As a lead analyst and communications engineer at a Department of Defense contracted company, Capitol College alumnus John Ingram has been involved with life-saving work.


John IngramA retired Army National Guard member and Marine Corps veteran, Ingram is currently in a position that has him testing products that will eventually be used by the United States Air Force. A medical application or widget that is being produced for military members is sent to Ingram's team, who test and judge how effective the product will be for the user.


"It's a very technological organization where we can look at various things," Ingram said. "We're looking at LED lighting in field hospital tents, for example. We've looked at rapid-tent technologies where instead of the standard Air Force hospital taking five to six hours [to assemble], you can put up a tent in 20 minutes and start seeing patients."

Read the full story about Capitol alumnus John Ingram.

Upcoming Alumni Event    

Alumni Social Hour with Class of 2012: March 30, from 3-5 p.m.
Following the career fair, alumni and alumni employers will join students from the Class 2012 for a "social hour" at C.J. Ferrari's in Laurel. This networking opportunity is sponsored by the Capitol College Alumni Association and is open to all alumni and seniors. RSVP by March 28. 

For more information or to RSVP, email   
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