"Harry Fultz" Community College was created as an institutionalization of the Center of Business Development which had its beginnings in the March of 1995, as a financed program by the USAID in support of the "Harry T. Fultz" Technical School. The college has offered and offers training courses for companies, government organizations and non government organizations, tailor made by their specifications. Companies that have attended the organized courses such as: ANTA, Lufthansa, The Electro medical Plant, American Bank of Albania, Ministry of Justice, Court of Tirana, Court of Lezha, etc.
Starting from the October of 2000, "Harry Fultz" Community College gained membership to the "American Association of Community Colleges". Through this membership the college is subject to support to reach high levels comparable to other American colleges, members of this association. Since its membership work has been put toward making "Harry Fultz" Community College certificates equivalent to those of American colleges. The College has a modern infrastructure and technology, according to world standards, provides training courses in the field of information technology, business, foreign languages and techniques applied. At the end of course or program, students are provided with certificates or diplomas that are recognized by the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs.