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CCBC AND SHELL PENNSYLVANIA CHEMICALS PROJECT HOST INDUSTRIAL MANUFACTURING EVENTS FOR VETERANS

5/18/2018

CCBC and Shell Polymers are joining forces to host two events on Wednesday, May 23, to inform and educate area residents who have served or are serving in the military. At both events, information will be shared about available jobs at the ethane cracker plant and the requirements and qualifications for employment.

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CCBC ANNOUNCES PRESIDENT’S AND DEAN’S LISTS FOR SPRING 2018 SEMESTER

5/14/2018

Community College of Beaver County is proud to release 499 names of both full-time and part-time students who achieved either President’s List or Dean’s List honors for the spring 2018 semester.

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RIV-ELL PROGRAM TO CHALLENGE FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS

5/11/2018

Ten Lincoln and Riverside high school seniors this fall will be the first to capitalize on a new Butler County Community College and Community College of Beaver County initiative whose instructors and mentors will guide the transformation of students’ ideas into feasible business plans, and culminate in 16 tuition-free transferrable credits – and a resume-building workplace certificate.

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CCBC PRESIDENT ANNOUNCES NEXT STEP IN HIS CAREER

5/8/2018

Earlier today, Dr. Christopher Reber, who has served as President of Community College of Beaver County since 2014, announced to the campus that he has been offered, and has accepted, an appointment as President of Hudson County Community College (HCCC) in Jersey City, New Jersey, effective July 1, 2018.

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CCBC HONORS 400 GRADUATES AT 2018 COMMENCEMENT CEREMONY

5/3/2018

Following an academic year marked by unprecedented growth in partnerships and philanthropy, CCBC held its 2018 Commencement ceremony at 6 p.m. in the Dome.

During the ceremony, the College’s Schools of Aviation Sciences, Nursing and Allied Health, and Business, Arts, Sciences, and Technology awarded degrees, certificates, and diplomas to nearly 400 eligible students who completed program requirements in August 2017, December 2017 or May 2018.

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DR. JAMES DENOVA TO OFFER CCBC 2018 COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS

4/24/2018

Following an academic year marked by unprecedented growth in partnerships and philanthropy, Dr. James Denova, Vice President of the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation, was announced as Community College of Beaver County’s 2018 Commencement speaker.

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AN EVENING OF THE ARTS CELEBRATES STUDENT CREATIVITY AT CCBC

4/23/2018

From animation and photography to painting, sculpture, and poetry, CCBC's annual “Evening of the Arts” highlights the best in student art and creativity.

For the fourth consecutive year, the CCBC Foundation awarded the Hayden Prize in Painting to three outstanding student artists.

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COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF BEAVER COUNTY RECEIVES $500,000 GIFT FROM MASCARO CONSTRUCTION TO LAUNCH MASCARO CONSTRUCTION HIGH SCHOOL ACADEMY

3/23/2018

Building on the best practices and expertise developed through CCBC’s leadership of its High School Academies, CCBC recently announced a $500,000 gift from Mascaro Construction to name and create the Mascaro Construction Academy as a partnership approach to addressing the critical workforce challenges facing the region’s construction industry.

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AMERICAN AIRLINES NAMES CCBC A "TOP INNOVATIVE AVIATION ORGANIZATION"

2/9/2018

CCBC has been selected as one of 10 innovative aviation organizations to receive a flight education grant from American Airlines. In a recent ceremony held at the C.R. Smith Museum in Dallas, Texas, American awarded the grants to schools and organizations working to grow and diversify the professional pilot population.
“Of the nearly 600 organizations we invited to participate in our program, these 10 stood out with innovative ideas on growing and diversifying the pilot career path and creating opportunities for those who may not otherwise have the chance to learn,” said Captain David Tatum, American’s Director of Pilot Recruiting and Development.

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