CCBC's Student Newsletter JANUARY 2016
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WELCOME BACK TO CAMPUS! Policy on Nondiscrimination Community College of Beaver County does not discriminate in admission or employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, disability, veteran’s status, age, or national origin. Inquiries may be directed to CCBC’s Title IX Coordinator, VP Human Resources, One Campus Drive, Monaca PA, 15061, 724-480-3379 or Section 504 Coordinator, Dean of Student Services & Enrollment, One Campus Drive, Monaca PA, 15061, 724-480-3423.
campus Shoutouts CONGRATULATIONS to Culinary Arts student Adam Russell!
PHOTO OF THE MONTH CCBC Student Ambassadors at the CCBC Foundation HollyDay Auction and Gala.
ID SCHEDULE (ALSO ON MYCCBC) SPRING ’15-16 Monday, January 4th, 2016-Friday, January 8th, 2016 Hours: Monday – Friday, 9am-11am, 2:30pm-4pm Evening Hours: Tuesday & Wednesday - 4:30pm-6pm Monday, April 18th, 2016 – Friday, April 22nd, 2016 Hours: Monday – Friday, 9am-11am, 2:30pm-4pm Evening Hours: Tuesday & Wednesday 4:30pm-6pm
SUMMER ’15-16 Monday, May 9TH, 2016- Friday, May 13TH, 2016 Hours: Monday – Friday, 9am-11am, 2:30pm-4pm Evening Hours: Tuesday & Wednesday 4:30pm-6pm Monday, June 20th, 2016 – Friday, June 24th, 2016 Hours: Monday – Friday, 9am-11am, 2:30pm-4pm Evening Hours: Tuesday & Wednesday 4:30pm-6pm
FALL ’16-‘17 Monday, August 15TH, 2016- Friday, August 19th, 2016 Hours: Monday – Friday, 9am-11am, 2:30pm-4pm Evening Hours: Tuesday & Wednesday 4:30pm-6pm Monday, August 22nd, 2016- Friday, August 26th, 2016 Hours: Monday – Friday, 9am-11am, 2:30pm-4pm Evening Hours: Tuesday & Wednesday 4:30pm-6pm Monday, November 28th, 2016- Friday, December 2nd, 2016 Hours: Monday – Friday, 9am-11am, 2:30pm-4pm Evening Hours: Tuesday & Wednesday 4:30pm-6pm *all other hours should be scheduled by personal appointment with Fran, call at 724/ 480-3462
Calendar OF EVENTS JANUARY 11-14, 2016 Welcome Back to School, Free water & snacks, 5:00 – 6:30 p.m., Titan Café
JANUARY 12, 2016 Welcome Back to School Free Lunch, main campus, 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m., Titan Café
JANUARY 13, 2016 Warm Up Wednesday, donut and coffee sale, main campus, Titan Café, 8:30-10:00 a.m. All proceeds benefit the Beaver County Humane Society.
JANUARY 13, 2016 SGA meeting 12:35-12:50, SSC Conference Room
JANUARY 14, 2016 ASC Welcome Back to School Free Lunch, 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m., lounge
JANUARY 18, 2016 Martin Luther King Day – Campus Closed
JANUARY 20, 2016 SGA meeting, 12:35-12:50, SSC Conference Room
JANUARY 27, 2016 SGA meeting, 12:35-12:50, SSC Conference Room
FEBRUARY 2016 - Food drive, all
month long, look for boxes at various locations throughout campus or drop off your donations at the SGA office (SSC, 1-102)
FEBRUARY 8, 2016
Wax to the Max-Granulated Candle Art, Titan Café, 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
UPCOMING OFF CAMPUS EVENTS FEBRUARY 27, 2016 Youngstown Phantom Hockey, 7:05 p.m. game at YSU Covelli Center, $15. It’s “Crowd the Covelli” Night - Be a part of the World Record that will be broken that night! Bus leaves AEC parking lot at 5:30 p.m.; 9:30 p.m. est. departure time from Covelli Center. Sign- up in the Student Activities office, SSC 1-102. Sign-ups end 02/19/15!
MARCH 6, 2016 Seven Springs, ski trip 4:00-9:00 p.m., $33 due at time of sign-up, (ski rental additional $20 and/or ski lessons additional $27); weather dependent. Bus leaves AEC parking lot at 1:30 p.m.; 9:45 p.m. departure from Seven Springs. Sign- up in the Student Activities office, SSC 1-102. Sign-ups end 02/22/15
APRIL 16, 2016 Pirates v. Brewers, free pirate hat & fireworks, $22 due at time of sign-up, 7:05 p.m. game. Bus leaves AEC parking lot at 5:45 p.m.; 10:45 p.m. est. departure from PNC Park. Sign- up in the Student Activities office, SSC 1-102. Sign-ups end 04/08/15.
career corner CAREER SERVICES CENTER Located in the Student Services Center Building – Upper Level Hours: Monday – Friday – 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Or call to schedule an appointment Erica Fox – 724-480-3413 Anne Farls – 724-480-3412
CHECK OUT OUR JOB POSTINGS BULLETIN BOARDS LOCATIONS: • Career Services • Across from CCBC Bookstore • Across from President’s Office • Learning Resources Center Lower Level
5 HIGHEST PAYING DEGREES OF 2015 More and more people are earning college degrees. As of 2011, close to one out of every three people over 25 held a bachelor’s degree, according to a U.S. Census Bureau release. “As recently as 1998, fewer than one-quarter of people this age had this level of education.” Because more of us are college-educated, this makes it so that “just any” degree will not necessarily suffice for some people anymore. People are starting to see that if they’re going to invest all of that hard-earned money, not to mention time and energy, into obtaining a degree, it should be into one that will likely lead to ample job opportunities and higher earnings power. The Census Bureau reports that a bachelor’s degree holder typically earns $2.4 million over his or her lifetime. Some degrees, like those in education, typically result in lower lifetime earnings than this benchmark. Other degrees, however, generally allow graduates to earn more than this lifetime benchmark. This year’s 2015 graduates will earn a variety of different degrees, ranging from the old favorites like business, to degrees like biomedical engineering and software design, which have become increasingly popular in recent years. Using Census data, coupled with an employer survey analysis by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), we’ve made a list of college majors that will likely lead to the highest earnings for 2015 grads.
1. Engineering 2015 projected average starting salary: $62,998 Average lifetime earnings of $3.4 million You may be tired of hearing about how engineering is one of the “best college majors” or “most profitable college majors.” But the reason you see engineering on so many of these lists is because the data lead right to it. On average, engineering majors earn $3.5 million over the course of their lifetime, which is more than any other college major. This year is expected to be no different, as NACE estimates the average salary of 2015 engineering grads at just under $63,000. When it comes to specific disciplines within the engineering field, petroleum engineers are expected to have the highest starting salaries in 2015. NACE estimates that the average grad could pull in a cool $80,000. 2. Computer science 2015 projected average starting salary: $61,287 Average lifetime earnings of $3.1 million Those who earn computer science degrees are also raking in the dough. And, this year’s grads can expect large starting salaries. Over the course of a lifetime, computer grads who work in management occupations earn the most — a whopping $3.7 million. Those computer science majors with a specific discipline or specialty also tend to earn higher wages.
3. Math and sciences
5. Agriculture and natural resources
2015 projected average starting salary: $56,171
2015 projected average starting salary: $51,220
Average lifetime earnings of $2.6 million for science grads, and $3.1 million for math grads
Average lifetime earnings: $2.6 million
This year’s math and sciences grads will earn average starting salaries that are higher than the typical household income. Among the math and sciences majors, physics majors are expected to earn the highest starting salaries this year, raking in average salaries of nearly $65,000. Generally speaking, management positions often pay math and science-type majors the most, bringing in lifetime earnings of between $3 million and $3.4 million. Service industries tend to pay these grads the least, with lifetime earnings of as little as $1.5 million. 4. Business 2015 projected average starting salary: $51,508 Average lifetime earnings of $2.6 million A dime a dozen or dozens of dimes? Business majors are still earning more cash than the typical grad, with this year’s grads earning average starting salaries of over $51,000. Among business grads, sales workers earn slightly more than the average for this grad group, with lifetime earnings of $2.7 million. The highest-paid of the business majors work in management occupations, earning $3.3 million over the course of their lifetimes. Service workers and office support workers are generally the lowest earners among the business majors, with lifetime earnings of $1.6 million and $1.8 million, respectively.
These grads can earn much more than the average grad, raking in an average starting salary of over $51,000. Again, those who work their way up to management positions generally earn the highest earnings over a lifetime — around $800,000 more than the typical college grad.
2015 salaries for other degrees Didn’t see your major on the list? Check out a few more popular college degrees that didn’t make the top five list: Healthcare: 2015 grads will earn average starting salaries of $50,839 Communications: This year’s grads will earn average starting salaries of $49,395 Social sciences: 2015 grads can expect to start out earning an average salary of $49,047 Humanities: This year’s grads will earn average salaries of $45,042 The Cheat Sheet is a USA TODAY content partner offering financial news and commentary. Its content is produced independently of USA TODAY. To access links, go to: http://www.usatoday.com/story/money/ personalfinance/2015/01/31/cheat-sheet-highest-payingdegrees/22478439/
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Alderson Broadus University ***Scrimmage Philippi, WV 7:00pm CCBC – Catonsville 10/24/2015 Catonsville, MD Jamboree***Scrimmage 10/30/2015 Army Prep School***Scrimmage CCBC 8:00pm 11/4/2015 Clarion University***Scrimmage Clarion, PA Tip-Off Tournament: 5:00 11/6/2015 Mercyhurst NE vs Columbus State CC; CCBC 7:00 Jamestown CC -Cattaraugus County vs CCBC Tip-Off Tournament: 12:00 11/7/2015 Losers-Game 1 CCBC 2:00 Winners-Game 2 11/10/2015 Allegheny College –MD CCBC 7:00pm 11/13/2015 Howard CC Howard 7:00pm 11/14/2015 Cecil College North East, MD 1:00pm 11/17/2015 Penn State Allegheny CCBC 7:00pm 11/21/2015 Columbus State CC Columbus, OH 5:00pm 11/23/2015 Notre Dame College JV CCBC 7:00pm CCBC Thanksgiving Classic: 5:00 11/27/2015 CCBC CCBC-Catonsville, Erie CC, Prince George’s CC 7:00 CCBC Thanksgiving Classic: 12:00 11/28/2015 CCBC CCBC-Catonsville, Erie CC, Prince George’s CC 2:00 12/1/2015 Notre Dame College JV South Euclid, OH 7:00pm 12/5/2015 Jamestown CC Jamestown, NY 4:00pm 12/15/2015 Mercyhurst – North East North East, PA 7:00pm 12/18/2015 Cecil College Holiday Tournament North East, MD 12/19/2015 Cecil College Holiday Tournament North East, MD 1/6/2016 Westmoreland County CC Youngwood, PA 6:00pm 1/9/2016 Pittsburgh-Titusville Titusville, PA 3:00pm 1/11/2016 CCAC-Allegheny CCBC 7:00pm 1/13/2016 CCAC-Boyce CCBC 7:00pm 1/16/2016 Pennsylvania Highlands CC Johnstown, PA 12:00pm 1/20/2016 Butler County CC CCBC 6:00pm 1/22/2016 Pittsburgh-Titusville CCBC 7:00pm 1/25/206 Allegheny College –MD Allegheny-MD 7:00pm 1/27/2016 CCAC-Allegheny Pittsburgh, PA 1/30/2016 Potomac State College Keyser, WV 2/1/2016 CCAC-Boyce Monroeville, PA 2/3/2016 Pennsylvania Highlands CC CCBC 7:00pm 2/6/2016 Westmoreland County CC CCBC 2:00pm 2/8/2016 Butler County CC Butler, PA 7:00pm 2/15/2016 Penn State – Beaver CCBC 7:00pm
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