A free Career Fair will be held at Linn‑Benton Community College Career Thursday, April 11 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Activities Center gym, Albany campus, 6500 Pacific Blvd. S.W.
More than 50 businesses, industries and government agencies will provide information on careers and employment opportunities. College advisors will available to answer questions on career and technical training programs.
Be prepared to ask questions, distribute your resume and complete applications. For sample interview questions and tips, check out the college web site at www.linnbenton.edu/go/career-fair and click “Job Seeker Links.”
Employment, training and family needs agencies will be on hand to inform job seekers about their services. LBCC will offer workshops to enhance job search skills, and employment specialists will provide resume and interviewing workshops. 2013 Participating Employers Aaron's Aflac Albertina Kerr Centers ATI Wah Chang Benton County Human Resources Benton County Sheriff's Of…
The following students at Linn-Benton Community College earned a grade point average of 3.5 or higher for 12 or more graded credits during fall term, September to December 2017. These do not include pass/no pass or incomplete credits.
Janel L. Aiello, Salem H. Al-Khalifa, Nathan D. Alexander, Mohammed A.
Alkhalifa, Melanie M. Allam, Katelyn G. Allen, Kaelee Almy, Jacob T. Alred,
Haley Amero, Tyler J. Ancke, Olivia M. Anderson-Gregg, EvelynJune M. Antons,
Arturo Armas, Jesse Arnold, Samantha Arnold, Makenna N. Ashton, Makayla I.
Atwood, Matthew A. Aulerich, Hannah Aultz, Brigid A. Austin, Samantha K. Axall, Cody J. Baker, Kara L. Baker, Kristen M. Baker, Victoria D. Baker, Alisia M. Ball, Jessica L. Ball, Justin M. Ball, Shelbie L. Ballweber, Megan K. Banks, Juan J. Barba, Jeremiah S. Barrar, Keith M. Barry, Neil D. Bastendorff, Mikaela G. Batchelor, Isaac A. Bates, Lindsey H. Bates, Sierra A. Bayer, Emily Beach, Katelyn S. Beard, Charles W. Beard II, Connor C. Beaubien, Suzanne L…
The 49th annual Linn-Benton Community College Commencement ceremony will be held Thursday, June 15 at 7 p.m. at the Linn County Fair and Expo Willamette Event Center in Albany.
LBCC will award 911 degrees and certificates to 727 students this year. In addition, approximately 90 students will be awarded LBCC’s General Educational Development GED certificates.
Graduates should plan to arrive no later than 5:45 p.m. at the Santiam Building behind the Willamette Event Center. Doors open for seating at 6 p.m. No tickets needed to attend. No strollers or backpacks. Carry bags will be checked.
A traditional bagpipe processional will be lead by the Portland Metro Pipe Band, with posting of the colors by the American Legion Travis Moothart Post 184 of Brownsville.
LBCC President Dr. Greg Hamann will give the welcome and present several awards including Phi Theta Kappa and Distinguished Alumni awards. Eric Slyter, outgoing LBCC student body president, will give the student address.