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Plan ahead and take an extra class or transfer credits to another college or university for a fraction of the cost. We offer in person, online, and hybrid class options with shorter terms in a variety of core subjects. Think summer at CCBC! Register now.

Apply Now: Executive Director of Advancement

CCBC is currently accepting applications for a new leadership position, Executive Director of Advancement and Sponsored Programs. This new position will work to build a culture of philanthropy and foster alumni and donor relationships.

Process Technology – Train Now. Earn Later.

Our Process Technology program is industry-approved by Shell, MarkWest, Nalco, and ECI. Gain hands-on experience, prepare for high-demand careers coming soon to Beaver County, and earn $40,000 to $60,000 to start.

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ENTHUSIASM BUILDS AT COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF BEAVER COUNTY FOR FIRST MAJOR GIFTS CAMPAIGN IN COLLEGE HISTORY

2/14/2017

Three-Tiered $12 Million Campaign to Support Regional Success through Student Learning

A growing need for an educated workforce and a transformational vision that develops partnerships and pathways for progress have prompted the Community College of Beaver County (CCBC) to launch a comprehensive major gifts campaign entitled “Expanding Pathways – Achieving Success.” Administered through the CCBC Foundation, the five-year campaign has a goal of raising $12 million by June 30, 2022.

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CCBC CONGRATULATES PRESIDENT CHRIS REBER – A PENNSYLVANIA BUSINESS CENTRAL “TOP 100 PERSON” IN CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA

2/6/2017

Dr. Chris Reber, president of Community College of Beaver County (CCBC), was recently selected by Pennsylvania Business Central as one of the top 100 people in business and economic development for outstanding leadership of their organizations and communities.

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SHELL CHEMICALS AWARDS SCHOLARSHIPS TO 12 HIGH-PERFORMING CCBC PROCESS TECHNOLOGY STUDENTS

2/5/2017

Twelve students from Community College of Beaver County’s (CCBC) Process Technology program were named recipients of the 2017 Shell Two-Year Associate in Technology Scholarship, taking the first step towards a high caliber career in the petrochemicals industry.

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SGA Meeting

2/22/2017
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CCBC Board of Trustees Regular Monthly Meeting

2/28/2017
CCBC, Community Education Center Room 2406

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