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    Picture of Keisha Sapp, Meeting and Event Planning Certificate Program Alumna

    Keisha Sapp is a busy lady. On the go, getting things done, and even a little tough to pin down, because she’s in the process of making her dream career of event planning a reality.

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    Japan's Sendai Stadium.

    Last summer CSULB’s Graduate Program in Sport Management offered students a non-required, but unique, opportunity to take classes at Sendai University in Northern Japan for two weeks.

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    PublishingImages_Images_g_in_gls.jpgDenys Lytvynenko pictured on the far right with fellow GLS students at the Connie Awards where they all received scholarships toward the GLS program from the Containerization & Intermodal Institute.

    Born in the Soviet Union on the precipice of tremendous change and revolution, Denys Lytvynenko cultivated grit and determination from the on-set. Supported by his indomitable mother, he managed to work his way from a challenging childhood in post-Soviet Ukraine, lacking in what many would consider basic necessities, through a rigorous English-based high school program, to a new life in Southern California in 2007.

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    Whether you have always dreamed of wandering the vibrant streets of downtown Tokyo, the corridors of a quaint European village, or the warm, sandy beaches of Costa Rica, there are few better ways to truly experience a new country and culture than by living and working there.

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    IMG_4196.jpgRini Susanti Deddy from Universitas Muhammadiyah Palembang, a member of the Indonesian Delegation.

    In February, the College of Continuing and Professional Education (CCPE) welcomed the Association of Indonesian Higher Education Institutions: Indonesian Leadership Delegation to the California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) campus.

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    L to R: Allison Alexander, ICF; Luis Saenz, CSULB; Fran Beauman, NOCTI; Susan Gautsch, USC; Steve Lantz, CSULB; Tom O'Brien, CSULB; Mark Coppock, Texas A & M.

    In October, CCPE’s Center for International Trade and Transportation (CITT) was honored with the principal role in the Federal Highway Administration’s (FHWA) Southwest Regional Surface Transportation Workforce Center, Southwest TransWorks (SWTW), an eight-state consortium dedicated to providing a more strategic and efficient approach to transportation workforce development.