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CCBC ANNOUNCES PRESIDENT’S AND DEAN’S LISTS FOR SUMMER TERMS

9/8/2017

Community College of Beaver County is proud to release 112 names of students who achieved President’s List and Dean’s List honors for the summer 2017 semester.

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SHELL HR MANAGER BRIAN GELB APPOINTED CCBC TRUSTEE

8/30/2017

The CCBC Board of Trustees will welcome a new member at their board meeting on Tuesday, September 19. Brian Gelb has been appointed to fill an unexpired vacancy on the CCBC Board by the Beaver County Board of Commissioners. Mr. Gelb is currently employed by Royal Dutch Shell as the Human Resources Manager for its Pennsylvania Chemicals Project.

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CCBC LEADS AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF COMMUNITY COLLEGES’ INDUSTRY-INFORMED INFRASTRUCTURE INITIATIVE

8/28/2017

Community college leaders and industry partners gathered at CCBC recently to begin a year-long collaborative project and discuss partnerships for economic development and workforce growth in Pennsylvania and Ohio. CCBC was chosen as the lead and host site for this project due to the College’s leadership for workforce development throughout the tristate region.

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CCBC FEATURED ON KDKA PROGRAM

8/9/2017

Last Friday and Saturday, CCBC took center stage during a special, hour-long edition of Showcase Pittsburgh, which aired on TV stations KDKA and WPCW. The program, entitled “Cracking the Job Gap with Community College of Beaver County,” was hosted by KDKA Moderator John Cline. Featuring Executive Vice President and Provost Dr. Roger Davis, Dean of High School Academies and Dual Enrollment Joyce Cirelli, Dean of Workforce and Continuing Education John Goberish, Executive Director of Advancement and Sponsored Programs Kolton Codner, Process Technology Instructor Bob Boyd, Process Technology Student Jody Eldridge, and Shell’s new Monaca Plant Manager, Jeff Krafve, the show tells the powerful story of the impact CCBC is having in Beaver County and throughout the region as a leading workforce training provider for Shell Chemicals and the entire tristate petrochemicals industry.

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We hope you will take the time to watch and see what your community college is doing to transform lives and our region through personalized education, dynamic partnerships and high impact practices.

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CCBC RECEIVES $150,000 GIFT FROM BENEDUM FOUNDATION TO LEAD TRISTATE ADVANCED MANUFACTURING CONSORTIUM

8/4/2017

The Community College of Beaver County has received a $150,000 gift from the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation to create and lead a tristate consortium of industry leaders, higher education providers, workforce development boards, and others in order to prepare a trained workforce for energy and advanced manufacturing jobs. Funding from the gift will enable CCBC to convene a diverse group of partners in order to address the economic, educational, and career opportunities within the tristate area’s energy and advanced manufacturing sector by providing leadership for training, curriculum alignment, educational offerings, and a coordinated approach to meeting the region’s employment needs.

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CCBC APPOINTS BRYEN SPRIGGS TO NEW ADMINISTRATIVE POSITION

8/2/2017

Community College of Beaver County is proud to announce that Bryen Spriggs, a resident of Pittsburgh, PA, and a graduate of Slippery Rock University, has been appointed to the newly created position of Sports Information and College Events Administrator. In this role, Spriggs will serve as the campus leader for all sports information and reporting and has responsibility for managing the use of college facilities, including Dome rentals, by both internal and external groups. Additionally, he will oversee all aspects of the College’s men’s basketball program as Head Coach.

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COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF BEAVER COUNTY EXPANDS NURSING PROGRAM TO WASHINGTON COUNTY

7/31/2017

Community College of Beaver County has announced the expansion of its associate degree in nursing program to a site in Washington County. The Western Area Career and Technology Center (WACTC), located in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, will serve as a new location for CCBC’s nursing program, providing expanded career opportunities for Washington County practical nursing students interested in advancing as registered nurses.

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