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The Long Beach City College Superintendent-President Search Committee has forwarded five candidates for consideration by the Long Beach Community College Board of Trustees, Board President Dr. Virginia Baxter announced Thursday.
Major gifts, new construction projects, and a record number of transfer degree awards were among the highlights of Long Beach City College’s annual “State of the College” address Friday, Feb. 3. Nearly 400 community members, elected officials, and faculty and staff attended the event, featuring a keynote address by Acting Superintendent President Ann-Marie Gabel.
Ann Marie Gabel will take over as acting Superintendent-President at Long Beach City College. Ann-Marie Gabel, Long Beach City College’s Vice President of Administrative Services, will become acting Superintendent-President while a search for a permanent successor to Eloy Ortiz Oakley is underway, the Board of Trustees has decided.
Mollie Smith, Long Beach City College Dean of Career Technical Education (CTE), was recently presented the Leadership Advocate Award from the California Community College Association of Occupational Education (CCCAOE).
Amy Smith new Director of Career Pathways Support Services at Long Beach City College. Long Beach City College has named Amy Smith as Director of Career Pathways Support Services, a newly-created department designed to help students transition between educational institutions and career opportunities.
LBCC Superintendent-President Eloy Ortiz Oakley. Long Beach City College President Eloy Ortiz Oakley was honored at the White House by the Obama Administration at the “Champions of Change for College Opportunity” event Friday, Sept.
The first African American to serve on the Long Beach Community College District Board of Trustees, a Long Beach city councilmember, a successful local business owner, and a nationally published financial advisor have been named as Long Beach City College’s 2016 Hall of Fame inductees, LBCC officials recently announced.
Long Beach City College Vice President of Administrative Services Ann-Marie Gabel and Deputy Director of Planning & Construction Medhanie Ephrem were on hand at Woodland Community College Sept. 19, 2016 to accept the California Community Colleges Board of Governors Energy and Sustainability Award for the year’s best Retrofit Project.
Long Beach City College began construction Monday, September 12, on a $14-million renovation of Building D, which houses science programs at the Liberal Arts Campus. The project is being funded with Measure E bonds.
Long Beach City College is now accepting applications for new students to enroll in Fall Semester. Fall Semester runs from August 29 through December 17.