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.
PHOTO: Opening the modular walls in the new CPIE building’s conference center/classroom space
Less than two years after breaking ground on its construction, the new CCPE building—the first in its 47-year history—opened for classes and events on campus in Fall 2018.
CCPE’s American Language Institute (ALI) received its nine-year reaccreditation certificate from the Commission on English Language Program Accreditation (CEA), meeting the high standards of the international organization that focuses on post-secondary intensive English language programs.
CCPE debuted the Pre-College Summer Academy this year, a dual-enrollment program where high school juniors and seniors each received three units of college credit at CSULB, at no cost. Through a partnership with the College of Liberal Arts and Long Beach Unified School District (LBUSD), 28 students participated by taking one of two available courses: Introduction to Public Speaking and Introduction to Acting. Transportation was provided by LBUSD to bus the students to campus on weekday mornings from July 9 through August 2, adding up to 48 hours of class time and a head start on college. The initiative was inspired by the Long Beach College Promise, launched in 2008 to offer more support for students throughout their educational journey.
was honored by the South Bay Workforce Investment Board (SBWIB) at its
22nd Annual Awards Ceremony last fall. The award recognized 100% job
placement for CCPE’s Human Resources Management Certificate Program for
the academic year. Every student who took the course was able to secure
and maintain employment, utilizing their HR certificate and SBWIB’s support services.
PHOTO (L-R): SBWIB Award recipients and CCPE representatives Tim Mozia, Associate Dean; Penni Wells, Associate Director of Professional Programs; and Regina Cash, Director of Academic and Professional Programs; with Wayne Spencer, SBWIB Chairperson
CCPE was honored by the South Bay Workforce Investment Board (SBWIB) at its 22nd Annual Awards Ceremony last fall. The award recognized 100% job placement for CCPE’s Human Resources Management Certificate Program for the academic year. Every student who took the course was able to secure and maintain employment, utilizing their HR certificate and SBWIB’s support services.
On July 11, 2017, CCPE marked a
milestone with the “Topping Off Ceremony” for the new CCPE building was
an exciting day on campus. As part of a tradition in the construction
world, the 'topping off' commemorates the final piece of the structural
steel being erected onto the building to complete the structure.
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