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TWO CCBC STUDENTS FEATURED AT NATIONAL CONFERENCE

3/2/2015

As part of Country Music Television’s (CMT’s) Empowering Education initiative, CCBC welding graduate Jeffrey Mannion and CCBC student Joshua Mabin had their stories featured and served as panelists at Achieving the Dream's (ATD’s) recent "Dream 2015" conference in Baltimore, MD before an audience of 1800 educators from all 50 states. Achieving the Dream is a national organization dedicated to community college student success and completion. ATD is joining CMT in an effort to support community colleges in their local mobilization efforts, using their extensive network of partner colleges.

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CCBC FACULTY MEMBER ACCEPTED INTO CARNEGIE SCIENCE CENTER FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM TO SPARK INTEREST IN SCIENCE-BASED STUDIES AND PROFESSIONS

2/16/2015

Jason Cooper, an adjunct biology faculty member at Community College of Beaver County, was accepted into the Winter 2015 cohort of the Carnegie Science Communication Fellowship program. Through this program, science experts learn communication strategies to convey often-complex scientific concepts in a way that inspires and builds enduring interest.

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CCBC APPOINTS NEW HEAD MEN’S BASKETBALL COACH AND BEGINS RECRUITING TEAM TO START IN FALL 2015

2/10/2015

Steve Brodzinski has been appointed to the position of head men’s basketball coach at Community College of Beaver County. Brodzinski brings 10 years of coaching experience to CCBC, having coached at almost every level of basketball.

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CCBC FIRST HIGH SCHOOL AVIATION ACADEMY TAKES OFF WITH 27 STUDENTS

2/10/2015

The first in the region and nationally distinctive, CCBC’s new Aviation Academy for high school students recently welcomed the inaugural class of 27 students from nine Beaver County school districts, including Aliquippa, Ambridge, Beaver, Blackhawk, Central Valley, Hopewell, Rochester, Southside, and Western Beaver. The Academy is a dual-enrollment educational partnership of CCBC and Beaver County high schools that allows students to experience firsthand many aspects of aviation through four distinct pathways: professional pilot, air traffic control, aerospace management, and unmanned aerial vehicles.

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