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Free FAFSA Workshops

If you’re a high school student who is enrolled or plans to enroll in CCBC classes, you may qualify for free money through the Dual Pell Grant program. Attend a free workshop to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on December 7 or January 24. Call 724-480-3501.

Process Technology – Train Now. Earn Later.

Our Process Technology program is industry-approved by Shell, MarkWest, Nalco, and ECI. Gain hands-on experience, prepare for high-demand careers coming soon to Beaver County, and earn $40,000 to $60,000 to start. Don’t wait! Register now. Classes start January 9.

Spring into Success

Enroll for the spring semester to find your dream job, advance in your current career, or earn your associate degree then transfer. Returning students register now through January 6. New students register October 24 through January 6.

Early Childhood Education at CCBC

Do you currently work in an early childhood education field? Enroll at CCBC to earn your professional development hours and begin working toward your CDA or associate degree. Funding is available through the Keystone STARS Tuition Assistance grant and the TEACH Scholarship. Call 724-480-3477.

Become a Nurse Aide

Do you want a career that helps other? Our fast-track, one semester program prepares you for employment at hospitals, nursing homes and at home health care agencies. Classes start in January.

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CCBC News
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CCBC AND RMU SIGN TRANSFER AGREEMENTS FOR FOURTEEN ADDITIONAL PROGRAMS

11/29/2016

CCBC and RMU have signed new articulation agreements for 13 CCBC associate degree programs that will seamlessly transfer to corresponding bachelor’s degree programs at RMU as well as one additional agreement that will allow current CCBC aviation students to transfer into RMU’s organizational leadership program.

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BEAVER COUNTY BUSINESS LEADER C.J. BETTERS DONATES $100,000 TO CCBC FOUNDATION FOR PROCESS TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM

11/14/2016

Chuck “C.J.” Betters, CEO of C.J. Betters Enterprises, Inc., recently demonstrated his strong support for Community College of Beaver County’s efforts to train the workforce for current and emerging jobs in our region. Betters made a $100,000 gift to the CCBC Foundation for the College’s Process Technology program to help purchase state-of-the-art training equipment that will be vital to employing Beaver Countians in jobs that are expected to be created during the next five years and beyond.

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CCBC PARTNERS WITH REGIONAL LEADERS TO HOST CRACKER PLANT TRAINING AND CAREER EXPO

11/10/2016

In a proactive effort to inform residents about current and emerging job opportunities – including Shell’s ethane cracker plant in Potter Township – Community College of Beaver County and regional leaders are hosting Cracker Plant: Building/Construction Trades and Manufacturing Career Expo on Thursday, November 17, beginning at 6:00 p.m., in CCBC’s Dome.

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