College of Continuing & Professional Education

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PHOTO: Norman Fassler-Katz receiving the first Domenick Miretti award, surrounded by other participants at the 2017 CITT Town Hall meeting.

After 20 years of research, education, and engagement with the goods movement community, the Center for International Trade and Transportation (CITT) hosted its 2017 Town Hall meeting. The event focused on the last 20 years in regional trade and transportation, as well as what the goods movement will look like in the decades to come.

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PHOTO (L-R): Tyler Reeb, CITT Director of Research; Jeet Joshee, Dean of the College of Continuing and Professional Education; Jim Demask, LATC Advisor; Scott Weiss, LATC President; Tom O’Brien, CITT Executive Director; Angeli Logan, CITT Director of Trade & Transportation Programs

CITT is proud of its longstanding relationships with industry partners in not only developing industry-relevant curriculum, but also in supporting students through scholarships to ensure the development of the workforce’s next generation.

To commemorate these industry relationships, CITT continued its 20th Anniversary celebration with an industry sponsor recognition event at the Dirtbags Baseball game on Saturday, April 8th, 2017.

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Feb Blog Post Pic.jpgCITT’s 20-year history is rooted in its partnerships with the trade and transportation industry—not only in developing curriculum, but also in supporting students at all levels of their career, and ensuring the development of the next generation of the workforce. CITT has used this inclusive approach to launch various training and education programs, starting with the Global Logistics Specialist (GLS) program.

CITT 2017 TownHall.jpgThe annual Town Hall meetings hosted by the Center for International Trade and Transportation are highly regarded for the diverse perspectives and wealth of industry insight that participants share in a lively forum setting. This year, the 2017 Town Hall will feature Assembly Member Patrick O’Donnell, industry veteran Gill Hicks, and University of Southern California professor Dr. Genevieve Giuliano.

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PHOTO: CITT students and instructors at the 2013 CITT graduation at the Port of Long Beach (credit: Long Beach Business Journal)

CSULB’s Center for International Trade and Transportation (CITT) has played a critical role over the last 20 years, adjusting to the changing environment of the trade and transportation industry by finding innovative ways to deliver signature education and training programs.

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The current list of CITT student employees is a diverse and talented group of research assistants, representing a wide range of educational backgrounds. By working at the Center, students are exposed to professionalizing opportunities where they collaborate on various projects and attend industry events.

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