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Classifieds Awarded as Model Senate

The Long Beach City College Classified Senate has been honored with a “Model Senate” award by the 4CS, the state-wide organization for Classified Senates in California Community Colleges.

“It has been exciting to see the growth of all our Senators, and we look forward to having more classified participate in shared governance this coming year,” said LBCC Classified Senate President Anne Engel. “It’s an honor to be recognized as a Model Senate by 4CS. Thank you to everyone who helped us accomplish so much this first year.”

Student Highlights

Viking News Staff Wins 7 Journalism Awards

The Viking News print edition took home a total of seven awards at the Journalism Association of Community Colleges (JACC) SoCal Conference held Sept. 30 at California State University, Fullerton.

The following JACC awards were based on the students’ work published in the Viking News print and online editions during the 2017-18 school year:

Staff Highlights
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Dr. Muñoz Receives Mentoring Award

Congratulations to Long Beach City College Vice President of Student Support Services, Dr. Mike Muñoz, for receiving the 2018 Cynthia S. Johnson Award for Mentoring.

California State University, Long Beach’s Cynthia S. Johnson Award for Mentoring recognizes individuals who have made a significant impact on emerging student affairs professionals through exceptional mentoring and concern for their welfare and professional development.

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LBCC Announces 2018 Hall of Fame Inductees

A Long Beach City Councilmember, a veteran law enforcement commander, an educator who continues to give back to the community college he served, and an attorney who is recognized in her expertise in special education law, have been named as Long Beach City College’s 2018 Hall of Fame inductees, LBCC officials recently announced.

This year’s honorees are: Long Beach City Councilmember Dee Andrews; Seal Beach Police Commander Stephen Bowles; community volunteer and retired LBCC educator Dr. John Fylpaa; and attorney Janeen Steel.

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Free Coding Boot Camp for Young Women

Long Beach City College is offering a free boot camp workshop series geared towards young women in high school, grades 10 through 12. This boot camp aims to give young women exposure to different career opportunities available within the computer science field while teaching them how to code.