POLB Externs2.jpgPort of Long Beach Celebration of Education Luncheon.

    In May, the Port of Long Beach (POLB) held its second annual Celebration of Education luncheon at the Museum of Latin American Art in Long Beach as part of 2015 World Trade Month.


    Graduate student Abhimanyu Narwal speaking at CIE's Graduation.

    On May 18, 2015, CCPE’s Center for International Education honored nearly 60 graduating students with an intimate ceremony held on campus among the flicker of swimming koi fish and the rustle of Japanese maple leaves in the enchanting Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden.

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    CounterpartsLayout.jpgPictured (clockwise) Sheila Thomas (CSU Chancellor's Office), Regina Cash (CSULB Professional Programs, event organizer), Jeet Joshee (CSULB CCPE Dean), What Color is Your Cape Session, Deb and Mark (CSULB), CSU Chancellor Timothy White speaking at the Counterparts dinner.

    CCPE had the honor of hosting California State University’s 10th annual Counterparts Conference February 12 and 13. A system-wide professional development conference for extended education staff, the event serves as an opportunity for employees from the 23 campuses to network, share best practices, learn about other functional areas within extended education, and improve skills and knowledge.

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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.

    Continue reading Alumni Profile: Keisha Sapp.
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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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