Jananee Sekar was ready to get down to business when she began researching master’s degree programs that would get her closer to her career goals. So when she discovered the Accelerated Master of Business Administration program (AMBA) at CSULB, the first word immediately grabbed her attention.
The American Language Institute (ALI) at CPIE has been working hard to offer targeted English training for specialized groups. Over the past 12 years, their English for Nursing program has provided a unique educational experience for 334 students from Yokkaichi Nursing and Medical Care University (YNMCU) in Yokkaichi, Japan—a sister city of Long Beach.
Desmond Harley didn’t expect to find himself in a college classroom during his summer vacation. After all, as a student at Millikan High School in Long Beach, he’s still a few years away from graduation in 2021. But when his mom told him about CPIE’s Pre-College Summer Academy, he found some pretty good reasons to show up on campus this past June and July.
Working at the intersection of education, technology, research, and workforce development, the Center for International Trade and Transportation (CITT) at CSULB has continued to grow alongside an ever-changing industry. Its efforts were recognized over the past year with a variety of awards, while its programs continue to benefit students, graduates, and employers.
As one of the most respected international freight service providers in the world, Dependable Global Express (DGX) is a constant presence in the world’s shipping ports and airports, crisscrossing the planet between the U.S. and almost any international location. That means the company has a lot of packages, routes, and customers to track. But in addition to all of that, DGX Chief Culture Officer Cammie Laster recognizes that her company has an even more valuable asset: their employees.
When CSULB students want to study abroad, their first stop is the Education Abroad Office, where they can often find student advisor Coral Gangitano enthusiastically guiding them towards a new country.
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