Pittsburgh Technology Council's Podcast Features CCAC as a Community College of the Future
When it comes to preparing our workforce for current and future careers, the Community College of Allegheny County is a top resource for students and lifelong learners to acquire new skill sets in a flexible, cost-effective manner.
This was the subject of a recent episode of the Pittsburgh Technology Council's podcast, TEQ Magazine's One Mic Stand, which explored CCAC's latest projects and partnerships during an Education Focus Roundtable.
Host Jonathan Kersting talked with Dr. Quintin Bullock, CCAC president, and Dr. Stephen Wells, CCAC interim chief academic officer, about how CCAC is building for the future with:
- Strong connections and partnerships with business and industry (Google, BNY Mellon, CNX, JCI, AHN, UPMC, etc.)
- State-of-the-art facilities, including high-tech classrooms and cutting-edge instruction at the new Center for Education, Innovation & Training (CEIT), as well as preparing instructors for the educational environments of the future at the new Center for Teaching & Learning (CTL)
- New and expanded programs and curricula, as well as experienced, dynamic faculty to educate and train the workforce and meet the needs of a diverse population of students