CCAC Receives $100,000 Grant From Johnson Controls To Train Next Generation of Skilled Trade Workforce
The Community College of Allegheny County (CCAC) was awarded a $100,000 grant from the Johnson Controls Community College Partnership Program. The grant will enable CCAC to offer career pathways for the next generation of building technology innovators through expansion of its associate degree and certificate programs in Mechatronics. As one of only 10 community colleges in North America to receive the funds in this year's cohort, CCAC is also eligible for up to three years of renewed funding in addition to the initial investment.
The Community College of Allegheny County (CCAC) Phi Theta Kappa chapters were recently honored during the organization’s regional and international conventions.
The May edition of #BullocksVlog is here! Today, Dr. Bullock congratulates and celebrates the graduates of the class of 2022. He even has a few tips for the graduates. Congratulations, CCAC graduates! #CCACGrad22 #CCACProud #CCACAlum
This month, Dr. Bullock shares a few ideas on how students can spend their summers. From taking a community education class, getting ahead in their program, or taking a break and returning in the fall, CCAC has options for everyone! Enroll now for summer and fall at CCAC.edu! #CCACExperience #BullocksVlog #DiscoverCCAC
Community College of Allegheny County student Alysse Dambrot, of Bridgeville, has been named a 2022 New Century Workforce Scholar and will receive a $1,250 scholarship. This scholarship is the first of its kind to support students at associate degree-granting institutions on a national scale as they plan to enter the workforce upon the completion of a degree or certificate. The program is sponsored by The Coca-Cola Foundation and Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society.