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    CCAC receives Innovation of the Year Award from League for Innovation in the Community College
    The Community College of Allegheny County was proud to receive a 2018 Innovation of the Year Award from the League for Innovation in the Community College. Presented last month at the League's Innovation Conference in New York City, the awards were granted to 46 community colleges across the nation for outstanding innovations that serve community college students.
    CCAC to hold Open Houses at all campuses and centers on Wednesday, April 3
    The Community College of Allegheny County will host Open Houses at all eight of its locations on Wednesday, April 3, from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. This free event welcomes all prospective students, their family members and friends.
    CCAC student newspaper receives numerous state media awards, including four first-place awards
    Community College of Allegheny County recently brought home state awards for excellence in student journalism. The Voice student newspaper of CCAC North Campus and West Hills Center is the recipient of multiple 2019 Student Keystone Press Awards (Division III), including four first-place awards.
    CCAC STEM faculty - Engineer the Future
    CCAC faculty engage high school students in STEM activities at Carnegie Science Center
    CCAC ready to help Art Institute students complete their education
    The Community College of Allegheny County, in response to the sudden closure of the Art Institute of Pittsburgh on Friday, March 8, is working to accommodate Art Institute students to enable them to complete their educational and career goals.
    15 jobs that pay more than $75,000 that you can get without a bachelor's degree
    For workers who don't continue formal education after high school, finding a steady, well-paying job can be tricky. It seems all signs for a successful future point to earning a four-year college degree in today's labor market, but there are plenty of high-paying opportunities out there that will allow you to forgo academia in favor of technical or on-the-job training.
    CCAC Physical Therapist Assistant Student Selected to Receive the Pennsylvania Physical Therapy Association Federal Affairs Scholarship
    Jeanine Bedner, a first-year student in the Community College of Allegheny County's Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) program, has been named a Pennsylvania Physical Therapy Association (PPTA) scholarship recipient. As such, she will attend the Federal Advocacy Forum in Washington, D.C., held March 31 to April 2. Bedner is the only PTA student from among the 17 PTA programs in the commonwealth selected to receive a scholarship.
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