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PBSC launches new information security website

Cyberattacks are increasing, both in number and sophistication. They’re now the third-largest threat facing the world, following natural disasters and extreme weather, according to the World Economic Forum’s 2018 Global Risks Report.
Therefore, the risks of not securing files is more dangerous than ever, especially for organizations. To help make Palm Beach State College more secure, the College’s Information Security Office, a division of the IT department, has launched a new information security website in conjunction with National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. … Continue reading PBSC launches new information security website

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PBSC employee campaign aims to transform students’ lives

Chuck Zettler knows the value of higher education. That’s why for the past 16 years, he has made a commitment to give to the Palm Beach State College Foundation’s annual Success Circle initiative, a PBSC employee giving campaign which launches on Monday, Oct. 15.
“I really understand how education changes someone’s life,” Zettler said. “I have had a wonderful career thanks to my education and PBSC. In two years, I will be retiring. This would not have happened without higher education.”
The monthlong campaign, … Continue reading PBSC employee campaign aims to transform students’ lives

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PBSC wins six regional NCMPR awards for communications

Palm Beach State College has won six Medallion Awards from the National Council for Marketing and Public Relations District II, including three first-place awards, for work produced by the College Relations and Marketing department.
The annual regional awards recognize outstanding achievement in communications at community and technical colleges in 11 Southeastern states, Bermuda, the British Virgin Islands and the Bahamas. This year, there were more than 350 submissions in 38 categories.
The winning categories and pieces are:
Gold

Magazine for the fall 2017 edition of Contact. … Continue reading PBSC wins six regional NCMPR awards for communications

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PBSC events dedicated to disability awareness

In 2017, only 18.7 percent of people with a disability were employed, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
To raise awareness of job seekers with disabilities, their needs, and how they can be productive members of the workforce, Palm Beach State College will host several events across the various campuses this month in conjunction with National Disability Employment Awareness Month.
The events are sponsored by the College’s Disability Support Services and include a dinner, … Continue reading PBSC events dedicated to disability awareness

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Job fairs to bring 100 employers to PBSC campuses

Three job fairs—two general and one specific to criminal justice—will bring 100 or more employers combined to Palm Beach State College campuses in October. Free and open to the public, the fairs will offer job seekers an array of full- and part-time openings to apply for, ranging from entry-level to managerial positions, as well as internships.
The Oct. 11 and 16 job fairs, organized by the Career Centers on the Palm Beach Gardens and Boca Raton campuses respectively, … Continue reading Job fairs to bring 100 employers to PBSC campuses

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District 18 Congressional Debate will be held at PBSC Oct. 16

Republican incumbent Brian Mast and Democrat Lauren Baer will be participating in a District 18 Congressional Debate set for Oct. 16 at the Palm Beach State College Palm Beach Gardens campus.
Produced by the Palm Beach North (PBN) Chamber of Commerce, the debate will be held at the Eissey Campus Theatre from 7-8 p.m. and broadcast live on CBS12 News.
“We are excited to confirm that both party nominees have formally accepted our invitation for the Congressional Debate,” says PBN Chamber of Commerce CEO Beth Kigel. … Continue reading District 18 Congressional Debate will be held at PBSC Oct. 16

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Panther Strong 2023: PBSC commits to innovative academic leadership

Building on a foundation as Palm Beach County’s largest institution of higher education, Palm Beach State College has launched Panther Strong 2023, a new five-year strategic plan that sets an aggressive goal of being a nationally recognized leader in advancing student success.
For almost 85 years, Palm Beach State has served the needs of the county, providing high-quality, accessible and affordable degrees and certificates, as well as workforce development and lifelong learning. Looking forward, … Continue reading Panther Strong 2023: PBSC commits to innovative academic leadership

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Hispanic Heritage Celebration kicks off

Palm Beach State College kicked off its celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month this week with a Latin dance presentation and other events on the Boca Raton and Lake Worth campuses.
Events are scheduled on all campuses throughout the month, which runs Sept. 15-Oct. 15, to recognize and celebrate the contributions that Hispanic Americans have made to the U.S. culture. Activities include movie screenings, Hispanic trivia, Latin food festivals and more.
Hispanic Heritage was first observed in 1968 as a weeklong celebration, … Continue reading Hispanic Heritage Celebration kicks off

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PBSC expands food pantry to help students in need

Even though Palm Beach County is known for its vast wealth, one in six residents do not know where their next meal will come from, according to the Palm Beach County Food Bank.
Since the majority of Palm Beach State College students are residents of the county, they too may be struggling to get enough to eat.
To help ensure they have this basic need met, the College has relocated and expanded its food pantry, now called Panther’s Pantry. … Continue reading PBSC expands food pantry to help students in need

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PBSC reflects on legacy of Reynolds

Paul Cassidy, Palm Beach State College’s chief building official, was a football player at Forest Hill High School from 1969 to 1970 when he says the late actor Burt Reynolds appeared at some of his games.
“Occasionally, he would show up wearing a trench coat with the collar pulled around his head so that no one would see him and recognize him, and he’d sit on the bench with us,’’ said Cassidy, who has worked at the College since 1977. … Continue reading PBSC reflects on legacy of Reynolds

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