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    Student of CCAC Community Education class becomes published writer with first submission
    Anne Degerolamo, a middle school language arts teacher, always wanted to be a published writer, so when she saw her name in print in Pittsburgh Parent magazine this month, she was thrilled. Her article, "Things your 12-year-old needs but won't ask for," was born out of her experience spending every school day with hundreds of pre-teens for the past 10 years. She certainly knows her subject matter, but she didn't know how to go about writing for magazines.
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    CCAC Nursing program to celebrate 50th anniversary with brunch on Sept. 14
    The Community College of Allegheny County's Nursing program will celebrate the 50th anniversary of its first graduating class in 1969 with a fundraising brunch on Saturday, Sept. 14, 2019. The event, held in conjunction with the CCAC Educational Foundation, will take place in the Auditorium lobby of the Foerster Student Services Center on Allegheny Campus from 10:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Alumni and faculty from all 50 years of the program are invited. Graduates of the first class will be honored and will receive a commemorative gift.
    CCAC holds “Biology Bootcamp” for middle school students
    The Community College of Allegheny County's Allegheny Campus recently hosted a day-long educational camp that taught students entering sixth through eighth grades all about biology. In the Biology Bootcamp, students engaged in fun hands-on learning activities to stimulate their interest in the science.
    CCAC Court Reporting students receive prestigious scholarships
    Philip A. Dawson of the North Side, a recent graduate of the Community College of Allegheny County's Court Reporting program, is the top winner of the 2019 CASE (Council on Approved Student Education) Student Scholarship. The National Court Reporters Association (NCRA) chose the awardees based on their winning entries in an essay writing contest.
    CCAC partners with United Mine Workers of America Career Centers, Inc. to offer high-quality industrial maintenance training in Greene County, Pennsylvania
    The Community College of Allegheny County Workforce Development Division is proud to announce its partnership with United Mine Workers of America Career Centers, Inc. (UMWACC). Together, CCAC and UMWACC will train incumbent and dislocated workers in advanced manufacturing and mechatronics at the UMWACC Ruff Creek Campus located in Prosperity, Greene County.
    CCAC receives 2019 Most Promising Places to Work in Community Colleges Award
    The Community College of Allegheny County has been named a 2019 Most Promising Places to Work in Community Colleges award winner. Now in its fifth year, the national recognition celebrates two-year community and technical college workplaces that are vibrant, diverse, supportive and marked by a deep commitment to staff work-life balance, professional development and inclusive excellence.
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