College of Continuing & Professional Education

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PHOTO: MSGISci program alumni (L-R) Benjamin Olson and Sean Reseigh at their 2018 graduation ceremony


The Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) is the nation's largest metropolitan planning organization, representing 191 cities and more than 18 million residents, and it creates a variety of planning and policy initiatives to encourage sustainability in the region. At SCAG’s 53rd Regional Conference and General Assembly in May, two recent CSULB grads and CITT research assistants were chosen as finalists for the prestigious Esri Story Map Competition.

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PHOTO: CITT Marine Terminal Operations Professional (MTOP) and Global Logistics Specialist (GLS) instructors Dave Wear and Brandon Lecou.

Students in the Port of Long Beach (POLB) Academy of Global Logistics (AGL) at Cabrillo High School learned about the role of ocean carriers and marine terminal operations in global trade during a presentation and activity led by industry experts  and CITT Marine Terminal Operations Professional  (MTOP) and Global Logistics Specialist (GLS) instructors Dave Wear and Brandon Lecou.

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CITT Research Assistant Ahmed Mohammed recently received an exciting job offer as a Customer Operations Analyst at Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (SPHE). Mohammed attributes his success to the knowledge and experience he has gained throughout his academics and time working with CITT.

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PHOTO: Participants in the Port of Long Beach Academy of Global Logistics (AGL) at Cabrillo High School.


Ninth graders in the Port of Long Beach (POLB) Academy of Global Logistics (AGL) program at Cabrillo High School began the year with an AGL harbor tour and complementary in-class presentation. As part of AGL’s experiential learning activities, the 90-minute tour provides students an overview of POLB operations, including the role of the port in international trade, types of cargo, port customers, port governance, interaction with regulatory bodies, and port trading partners.

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Shelley Reed, Chief Human Resources Officer, The Guidance Center in Long Beach, spoke at the Port of Long Beach Academy of Global Logistics (AGL) at Cabrillo High School on October 24 and 26. Her guest lectures provided students with an inside look at an employer's perspective on the hiring and interviewing process of skilled candidates. Reed's presentation, 'Chart your Course to Career Success, How to get Hired,' provided practical information that future employees would want to know. She addressed the steps leading up to an interview, discussed networking techniques and resume writing, and stressed the importance of maintaining a LinkedIn profile and a professional image. Students were invited to think about their individual, unique skills and learned how to showcase those skills during an interview.

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 CSULB MSSCM student Miles Winston
The Council of University Transportation Centers (CUTC) and the US Department of Transportation (DOT) recognize CSULB Master of Science in Supply Chain Management (MSSCM) student and CITT Research Assistant Miles Winston as the 2017 METRANS Student of the Year. The award will be presented to Winston at the 2018 CUTC Annual Awards Banquet on January 6, 2018, in Washington D.C. The DOT fully sponsors the student attending the CUTC banquet along with registration and accommodations to attend the Transportation Research Board (TRB) Annual Meeting during the following week.