How does cybersecurity affect
the Pittsburgh regional workforce?
Attend the labor-management discussion, Cybersecurity—Implications for Workforce & Technology Development and join the conversation. This free event, part of the Robert M. Mill Lecture Series, features the Honorable David J. Hickton, JD, United States district attorney, Western District of Pennsylvania and Ernest McDuffie, PhD, lead, National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE), National Institute of Standards and Technology. Join us at 2:00 p.m. Tuesday, May 28 in the Foerster Student Service Center Auditorium. For details, click here.
CCAC Pays Tribute to Our Veterans
CCAC recognizes all the veterans who have served in our armed forces this Memorial Day weekend. Their service and sacrifice allows us to enjoy the liberty we know today. CCAC offers many programs and services for veterans and their families. Visit the Veterans Service Center pages for more information. CCAC offices will be closed for the Memorial Day Weekend and will reopen on Tuesday, May 28, 2013.
Visiting Students: Register now
to save on summer credits at CCAC.
With tuition less than $100 per credit for Allegheny County residents and reasonable tuition for others, hundreds of students home for the summer take one or more CCAC credit courses to transfer back to their universities. Benefits include small class sizes, cost savings and access to courses or class times not available during the year. Learn more, view tuition and fees and search for classes.