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CCBC LAUNCHES A NEW ERA OF PARTNERSHIP DEVELOPMENT

9/18/2014

“We want CCBC to be known as the partnership college,” said new CCBC President, Dr. Chris Reber as he laid out his vision to the College community. Creating partnerships that promote community development, expand the economic potential of the region, and provide opportunities for lifelong learning is a top priority of Community College of Beaver County. Reber believes the College’s primary partners, the students, are the main beneficiaries of this approach to engagement.

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ATTENTION POTENTIAL RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY STUDENTS

9/16/2014

Applications for Fall 2015 Radiologic Technology clinicals are available now through December 12, 2014. The application forms and reference forms are available at the Information and Registration Center and can be found online at ccbc.edu/RadiologicTechnologyAdmissions.

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STUDENT RETURNS TO COLLEGE TO BE ROLE MODEL FOR SON

9/10/2014

Clinton Tidwell, a business administration major, faced many ups and downs in life but credits those same struggles as the parts of life that helped to shape him into the person who he is today. From growing up with an abusive father and struggling in school due to a learning disability to being laid off from his job at the same time he was the sole provider for his son, Clinton learned how to overcome his struggles in order to create a better life for himself and his now four-year-old son.

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NURSING STUDENT AWARDED SCHOLARSHIP FOR CLINICAL EXCELLENCE

8/29/2014

Community College of Beaver County nursing student Bridget Wrynn of Aliquippa is the recent recipient of the Alice Hirt Scholarship, which is awarded to a second-year nursing student for clinical excellence.

“To win a scholarship for doing well in clinical [courses] means the world to me,” said Bridget. “The scholarship will help with books, my nursing boards, and taking the prep class for the boards.”

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