Whether you are looking for your first job or re-entering the workforce, Coastal Bend College is eager to help you. Representatives from area businesses and Workforce Solutions of the Coastal Bend will be at Bee County Expo Center on May 2 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. to assist you in finding a job or looking into a new career. Registration is required to attend.
Many leadership development programs focus on meet and greet situations (where participants spend much of their time getting acquainted with local agencies, governments or other organizations). While these are helpful, they have little long-term impact on creating or managing change within communities. CTL, on the other hand, gives participants the tools and skills needed to provide leadership within the communities in which they live and work. The overall goal of the program is to develop leaders that will successfully identify and address critical issues that will bring about improved conditions in their communities. Leadership Bee, Live Oak and Refugio Counties partners with Coastal Bend College to bring the leadership development program, set to begin Sept. 9. Classes are monthly through July 2012, to the community.
Coastal Bend College recently signed 2011 Refugio High School graduates, from left, Ruben Ramirez, Cristian Padron and Carlos Cordero to play soccer. The Cougar men’s soccer season starts in September. The college competes in National Junior College Athletic Association Region 14 in men’s soccer and basketball.
Coastal Bend College will hold commencement on May 13 at 7 p.m. on the main campus in Beeville. Degree- and certificate-earning students from campuses in Alice, Beeville, Kingsville and Pleasanton will participate in the outdoor ceremony. CBC Main Campus is located at 3800 Charco Road in Beeville, Texas.
Coastal Bend College congratulates students who earned certificates and degrees during the Fall 2010 semester.