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PHOTO: Former L.A. Lakers interns at STAPLES Center (L-R) Matthew Walker, Emma Heeger, Alison Darnell and Nick Haney

“Get out and talk to people. Understand your own brand. Be humble, be genuine, and be curious.”

These statements all sound like great advice for anyone’s life, but they’re specifically a recipe for success in the Sport Management industry, according to CSULB alum Emma Heeger. Having just graduated this past June from the Master of Arts in Kinesiology (Option in Sport Management) program, Heeger has already implemented these lessons from instructors and industry professionals, scoring plenty of opportunities in the process.

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PHOTO: CSULB Health Care Administration alumni from the Rivera family (L-R): Jessica and husband Bryan, Bryan’s father Al and sister Brooke 

Cost. Value. Location. There are many factors to consider when choosing the right graduate school program. For Bryan Rivera, it was easy: he just followed his family members into CSULB’s Master of Science in Health Care Administration (MSHCA) program.

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PHOTO: (L-R): HAW faculty Dorothea Wenzel and Sven Vogel; CSULB President Jane Close Conoley and Associate Vice President/CCPE Dean Jeet Joshee; HAW faculty Wolfgang Willaschek, Dr. Christina Färber, Dr. Natalia Ribberink, and Ingrid Weatherall during a recent visit to HAW-Hamburg in 2017

The ties between California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) and Germany’s Hamburg University of Applied Sciences (HAW) began more than 20 years ago, and have blossomed into a comprehensive partnership that includes reciprocal semester exchanges, short-term programs, faculty collaboration, joint workshops, and even a short film.

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PHOTO: Bridget Campos inspecting tile artwork by Matt Doolin at Fire Station 71 in Malibu while workingfor the L.A. County Arts Commission

The Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles (MOCA) has one of the most impressive collections of art on the planet, with nearly 7,000 objects and a track record of hosting innovative and historical exhibitions. Overseeing the movement and condition of all these artworks is a monumental task, but Bridget Campos is more than qualified, thanks to her certification from CCPE’s Collections Management for Costume and Textiles program.

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PHOTO: CITT Executive Director Tom O'Brien at World Trade Week 2017

Spring 2017 marked the beginning of the 20th Anniversary of CSULB’s Center for International Trade and Transportation (CITT), which has celebrated with a variety of events, initiatives, and awards this year. CITT has adapted to the changing environment of the industry through applied research, policy, leadership, and community engagement; and its educational programs play a crucial role in developing the next generation of the workforce.

PHOTO: EMT Program instructor Matt Coffey speaks about the program during Homecoming 2017
CCPE’s Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Program was on display during Homecoming 2017 on Saturday, November 4, 2017. EMT instructors Glen Rodriguez and Matt Coffey hosted a table in front of the Walter Pyramid, where they provided valuable information while giving tours of the fully-equipped ambulance used to train students in the program.

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