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Congratulations to Chantel, and the entire graduating class of 2020!
Congratulations to CCAC alumna Chantel Young, who earned an Associate in Business Management from CCAC In 2017 and a Bachelor’s in Marketing from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 2020. A graduate of the CCAC/IUP Collaborative Business program, Chantel is the proud recipient of the Eberly College of Business Marketing Department Professional Excellence Award. She is now working in management at Rivers Casino Pittsburgh. 🙌 Way to go, Chantel! 🙌
"When we truly embrace our differences and learn to value one another—when we learn to sing each other’s songs and dance each other’s dances—the world will be a better place.”—Ralph Proctor, CCAC Professor
CCAC reaffirms commitment to diversity, inclusion and racial equity During this challenging time, the Community College of Allegheny County reaffirms its unwavering commitment to diversity, inclusion and the dignity of all individuals. CCAC has a long history of supporting social and racial justice efforts, and the college’s leaders applaud all individuals who hav...
Want to learn something new this summer? Check out the Community Education summer class catalog to sign up for classes all summer long, whether you want to learn to make the perfect pierogi, improve your public speaking skills, paint a masterpiece or learn to salsa dance! Visit ccac.edu/community-education for more information.
Alternatives To Traditional College: Two-Year Vocational Business Schools --Become A Court Reporter Students graduating from the two year court reporting program at Chicago's MacCormac College typically easily get jobs with starting pay of $40,000 a year or more. More attention to career and community colleges offering such medium level skill programs is needed.
CCAC to host enrollment open houses Officials with the Community College of Allegheny County said it’s not too late to start thinking about taking summer classes or enrolling for this fall. Information about such options will be available from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. May 11 at CCAC open houses at all eight of its locations.
Pa's community college students have enough on their plates. They shouldn't have to worry about going hungry | Opinion | Pennsylvania Capital-Star Food insecurity is a growing concern since it can impact students’ academic performance and completion.
‘I Put My Work In’: Honest Applicants Await College Admissions Results Unlike the parents indicted by federal prosecutors last week in the college admissions scandal, these students have followed the rules.
Community College Transfers Outperform High Schoolers At Top Colleges, So Why Do We Ignore Them? New research shows that many of America's most promising students are least likely to get into the best schools.
In the last Bullock's Blog post of 2018, President Quintin Bullock shares the Ultimate Spring Semester Checklist. What have you already checked off of your to-do list for spring classes? http://bit.ly/QB121218
CCAC offers free education, training for in-demand STEM careers (School Choice Guide) The Community College of Allegheny County is providing education and training that leads to well-paying jobs in STEM fields—all at no cost to students. The BioMaS (Biotechnology, Math & Science…
Reminder: today's the deadline to RSVP for "Mission Critical: Filling Tomorrow's Jobs", the fall 2018 lecture in the Labor & Management Institute Robert M. Mill Lecture Series. Hope to see you on November 15 at 4pm! Learn more: http://bit.ly/CCACRMM
Join us at Allegheny Campus on Thursday, November 15 for “Mission Critical: Filling Tomorrow’s Jobs”, a labor & management panel focusing on how business and labor can collectively address the challenge of the growing skills gap. Visit bit.ly/CCACRMM to learn more.
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