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NEW PROGRAM | Meteorology

The meteorology program is designed to prepare students for transfer to a four-year school to complete a bachelor’s degree in meteorology or a related field in the geosciences.

PROCESS TECHNOLOGY: OUR GRADS GET JOBS

CCBC’s Process Tech graduates are prepared to fill critical roles responsible for the set-up, operation, monitoring, and control of the region’s top energy and advanced manufacturing companies. Enroll for fall and receive a degree that works!

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CCBC WELCOMES BACK TWO ALUMNI AS NEW FOUNDATION BOARD MEMBERS

11/22/2019

Community College of Beaver County (CCBC) is pleased to announce the appointment of Jay Bullie and John Gates to the CCBC Foundation Board of Directors. As part of their new roles, Bullie and Gates will join the board comprising volunteer business and community leaders who support the strategic plan and advancement of the college.

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CCBC CELEBRATES 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF SCHOOL OF AVIATION, RENAMES PROGRAM IN HONOR AND MEMORY OF FOUNDER

11/8/2019

Community College of Beaver County (CCBC) has renamed its nationally recognized School of Aviation Sciences in celebration of its 50th anniversary. Now the James M. Johnson School of Aviation Sciences, the aviation program honors the memory and contributions of its legendary founder and educator Jim “Coach” Johnson.

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CCBC INAUGURATES DR. ROGER W. DAVIS AS ITS NINTH PRESIDENT

10/4/2019

Dr. Roger W. Davis was inaugurated as the ninth President of Community College of Beaver County (CCBC) during an afternoon ceremony in campus’s iconic Dome on September 27, 2019. The first African American President of the college, Dr. Davis delivered remarks on the “Journey of Belief,” addressing an audience of more than 400 family, friends, faculty, staff, students and alumni, past presidents, higher education delegates, and government and community leaders.

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