June 26, 2017

CSM Students Learn Compassion With Business

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College of Southern Maryland students are learning that an idea is more likely to succeed if their business is designed to help the wider community as well as to make money, says Thomas Luginbill, director of CSM’s Entrepreneur and Innovation Institute.

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Old Line Steps Up With New Scholarship

Old Line Bank

Old Line Bank has created an annual scholarship to the College of Southern Maryland as part of an $80,000 pledge to the college’s $10 million Make An Impact Campaign.

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Center for Trades and Energy Training Opens

Center for Trades and Energy Training Opens

College of Southern Maryland has cut the ribbon on its new Regional Hughesville Campus, realizing the college community’s dream of having its new Center for Trades and Energy Training, located in the center of the tri-county region.

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SMECO Marks Three-Million-Bulb Milestone

SMECO Marks Three-Million-Bulb Milestone

Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative has hit a milestone. The co-op has announced that residential customer-members have bought three million ENERGY STAR bulbs since 2010.

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Phone Scam Targets SMECO Customers

SMECO Scam

Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative is issuing a warning to its customers to beware of scammers targeting residents in the region. Some customer-members have received phone calls from scammers identifying themselves as SMECO employees and demanding prepaid debit cards in order to avoid having electric service cut off.

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CSM Dedicates First Hughesville Building

May Events at CSM's Campuses Hughesville

The first completed building on the Regional Hughesville Campus of the College of Southern Maryland will be dedicated at 2:30 pm April 25, 2017, with a ceremony attended by Southern Maryland elected officials and business and community leaders.

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Administrative Professionals Celebrated

Administrative Professionals

On April 28, College of Southern Maryland’s Corporate Center will host Administrative Professionals Development Day from 8:15 am to 3:30 pm at the Leonardtown Campus to celebrate these professionals.

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SMECO Nominating Committee Meets May 13

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The 2017 Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative Nominating Committee — appointed at the March meeting of SMECO’s Board of Directors — will meet at 9 am Saturday, May 13, 2017, to select candidates for SMECO’s board.

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SMECO Makes Changes to Annual Meeting

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In 2017, the SMECO annual meeting will be a simple business meeting, and election of board members and bylaw changes will be voted on by mail.

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Students Awarded Bay Business Group Scholarship

Bay Business Group

Two College of Southern Maryland business students — Josh Griffith of Owings and Cayla Chase of Lusby — are the first recipients of a new scholarship established by Bay Business Group and the CSM Foundation.

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