Community College of Beaver County is proud to release the following names of students who comprise the Dean’s List for the spring 2013 semester. In order to be recognized as part of the Dean’s List, students must have at least 12 credit hours and receive a 3.2 to 3.7499 for the semester.
The following students made the Dean’s List for the spring 2013 semester:
Nicholas Bautti of Beaver; Benjamin Bevington of Beaver; Cody Boltz of Industry; Brandon Boord of Monaca; Jahsi Branthoover of Beaver; Alexandra Celio of Monaca; Brandon Cipriani of Monaca; Andrew Craig of Midland; Ricardo Cruz of North Olmsted, OH; Dakota Dennison of Beaver Falls; Cory Diamond of Beaver; Brandon Dykun of Freedom; Alexis Eaton of Midland; Noah Ewing of Rochester; Jorden Finch of Aliquippa; John Fosnaught of Darlington; April Gavrile of New Castle; Arna George of Aliquippa; Gage Gimbus of Beaver; Sarah Hasenflu of Rochester; Brittani Hysong of Baden; Rachel Jackman of Freedom; Teresa Johnson of Aliquippa; Kevin Jordan of Beaver Falls; Dylan Kerr of New Brighton; Christine Kirkpatrick of Beaver Falls; Chun Lin of Freedom; David Lundy of Aliquippa; Brittany Malobabich of Ambridge; Krystal McCaskey of Beaver Falls; Randall McClure of New Brighton; Patricia McFadden of Burgettstown; Rebecca Michelucci-Braun of Beaver; Rachel Muron of Freedom; Antoine Myers of Aliquippa; Jennifer Pringle of Ambridge; Amy Robinson of Monaca; Erika Shawger of Rochester; Samantha Sheffield of New Brighton; Matt Sonsino of Rochester; Anne Speers of Aliquippa; Kylie Susich of Rochester; Prescott Taylor of Midland; Kelly Timko of Monaca; Danica Tomb of Monaca; Michelle Warnick of Rochester; Justin Way of Clinton; and Ashley Willy of Ambridge.
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Community College of Beaver County is proud to release the following names of students who comprise the President’s List for the spring 2013 semester. In order to be recognized as part of the President’s List, students must have at least 12 credit hours and receive a 3.75 or above for the semester.
The following students made the President’s List for the spring 2013 semester:
Liza Albert of Rochester; Josiah Bailey of Beaver Falls; Brittany Beaver of New Brighton; Christina Biers of Hookstown; Patrick Britton of Beaver Falls; Megan Carl of Aliquippa; Maura Clawson of Aliquippa; Matt Cornelius of Beaver Falls; Danny Crow of Darlington; Gabrielle Cumpston of Aliquippa; Catherine Curcio of Ellwood City; Brandon Davis of Monaca; Jennifer Erdlen of Ambridge; Ruth Farrow of Monaca; Alex Flowers of East Rochester; Melissa Garvin of Aliquippa; Aisha Gilliam of Aliquippa; Ann Graziani of Aliquippa; Breanna Harley of Rochester; Suzanne Hasenflu of Rochester; Megan Hewko of Beaver; Timothy Horew of Aliquippa; Tiffany Hubbard of Beaver Falls; Nicholas Kay of Ambridge; Eric Kerr of Hookstown; Matthew Landis of New Brighton; Jacob Martino of Freedom; Bernadette Mavero of Rochester; Desiree May of Aliquippa; Lucas McAnallen of Wampum; Donna Morelli of Darlington; Leah Nyoh of Monaca; Franklin Parris of Aliquippa; Tiffany Pecora of Beaver Falls; Danielle Pettit of Aliquippa; Lisa Ross of Ambridge; Nikki Ruff of Beaver Falls; Tyler Samorey of Ambridge; Erin Seger of Aliquippa; Shannon Simmons of Baden; Amanda Stotlemyer of Aliquippa; Amanda Swan of Aliquippa; Bobbijo Till of Monaca; Anissa Turkovich of Aliquippa; Shelby Vogler of New Brighton; Nicole Ward of Freedom; Rachael Wiley of Ellwood City; and Amy Zeman of Midland.
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CCBC has received funding from the Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration, through ShaleNET (administered by the Westmoreland County Community College) to offer training for high priority occupations in the natural gas drilling and oil production industry.
The CDL training includes classroom instruction and behind-the-wheel driving time, and covers Safeland USA training and certification along with relevant topics for those working in the gas and oil industry.
Veterans, dislocated workers, and economically disadvantaged residents are the target groups to receive funding under this grant. Training starts May 28. If you can pass a criminal background check, pass a drug screen, pass a DOT physical, and have a clean driving record, contact Hugh at 724-480-3567. Minimal out-of-pocket expenses will apply.
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Community College of Beaver County alumnus Justin Solobay, who graduated from the College’s professional piloting program in 2005, returns May 9 to give the commencement speech to the class of 2013.
Since his time at CCBC, Justin Solobay, son of State Senator Tim Solobay, received his bachelor of science in meteorology from California University of Pennsylvania and his master’s degree in Systems Engineering & Emergency Management from The George Washington University. Currently employed as an Emergency Management Specialist with the U.S. Department of Treasury, Office of the Controller of Currency in Washington, D.C., he serves as the continuity of operations program manager and provides support to physical, personnel and cyber security.
The College graduates over 300 students in May. This year’s commencement ceremony takes place at 6 p.m. on May 9 in the Athletics and Events Center.
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Class was in session on a Friday afternoon in April but not in the usual way. Students in an Event and Media Planning course worked all semester to plan and organize their Cyber Security Speaker Series, an event open to the College campus and community, and April 12 was the day they saw their hard work pay off.
“I was very pleased to see their hard work had a positive impact not only for the students but also the community,” explains Mary Jo Slater, Associate Professor of Office Technology, the instructor for both the Event and Media Planning course and Social Media course.
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