Celebrating CTE Month | Week Two

Business, Information, Communication, and Visual Arts

Communication takes many forms. From visually communicating a message on a flyer to making sure you truly understand the children in your classroom, LBCC offers CTE programs that teach these valuable skills and lead to great careers. Our innovative Child and Family Studies Program produces some of the most sought-after graduates in the region. While our Visual Communication students are producing content for actual clients as part of their curriculum. And students in the Business Program are preparing to become entrepreneurs or help run small businesses. People interested in all of these fields of study can get their start at LBCC.


Faculty profile: Rob Priewe

Journalism instructor Rob Priewe shares his thoughts on communication and details of his career in spotlight piece.

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LBCC business students shine at business simulation championship

Read about how a team of LBCC business students came together to take on the world championship of business sims.

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LBCC students teach at Kidco Head Start

Learn how students in our Child and Family Studies Program get hands-on work experience and make a difference at partner organization Kidco Head Start

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Graduate story: Michelle Kobold

LBCC Alum and instructor Michelle Kobold reflects on starting out at Linn-Benton, finding a new career and teaching her first class in the design program.

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