CCAC Offering CDL Program To Meet Growing Demand For Truck DriversThe Community College of Allegheny County is offering a Commercial Driver's License program to help meet the growing demand for truck drivers.
Pennsylvania Health Department Working To Hire More Coronavirus Contact TracersThe state said it's working to hire additional contact tracers soon.
CCAC Holds Virtual Open House For Prospective StudentsThe Community College of Allegheny County (CCAC) is holding a virtual open house for prospective students Saturday.
CCAC Launching 'Contact Tracing' Course To Help Reopen EconomyCCAC will offer a free course later this month to train Pennsylvanians on how to contact trace to help slow the spread of COVID-19.
Community College Of Allegheny County To Hold Virtual 2020 Commencement CeremonyThe Community College of Allegheny County announced that it will be holding a virtual commencement ceremony for the class of 2020.
CCAC Donates Protective Equipment From Nursing DepartmentsThe nursing, automotive, and HVAC departments at CCAC have donated safety supplies to county officials fighting the coronavirus outbreak.
Coronavirus Closures: CCAC Closes All Campuses Through March 21CCAC has announced they are closing their campuses through March 21.
Coronavirus Cancellations: Community College Of Allegheny County Suspending Classes As It Transitions To Online InstructionCommunity College of Allegheny County is suspending classes as it transitions to online classes.
Veteran Pittsburgh Police Officers Recognized For Years Of ServiceVeterans of the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police were honored for their work.
Goats Munch Away Poison Ivy, Weeds On CCAC's CampusHungry goats are eating CCAC's unwanted vegetation in a win-win situation for both the goats and the campus.
Community College In Pa. Will Offer 70 New Programs This Upcoming YearStudents attending community college in Pennsylvania will have more programs to choose this upcoming year.
CCAC Hosts Conference On Vietnam WarThe Community College of Allegheny County hosted a conference on the Vietnam War on Saturday.
Gov. Wolf Unveils Plans For Workforce Training Center At CCACGov. Tom Wolf was in town Tuesday to announce a new program aimed at helping trade workers get the skills they need for some in-demand jobs.
Family Of Ducks Rescued From Second-Floor Balcony At CCACA mama duck and eleven ducklings caught the attention of prospective students touring the CCAC cafeteria on the North Side on Wednesday morning.
Firearms Inside Vehicle Prompted Police Response At CCACPolice swarmed Community College of Allegheny County on Thursday.