In Their Own Words-Transfer and Completion
 
 
 

Excerpts from the CCBC Transfer Alumni Panel at the 5th Annual CCBC
Articulation and Transfer Partnership Workshop on December 16th, 2011.

Click on the following questions to see what advice Corey, Kevin, and Brandon have for you!

View the textual transcript of the student panel.


Featured in the Video:

Corey A. Brown (CCBC Alumni and Stevenson University Alumni) Corey A. Brown holds an A.A. in General Studies from CCBC, and received his B.A. in Human Services from Stevenson University in Dec. 2011. He graduated with a 3.98 GPA and plans to work with special needs children in grade school after graduation.

Kevin Davenport (CCBC Alumni and Current Kaplan University Junior) Kevin Davenport holds an A.A.S. in Computer Aided Design for Architecture and Engineering, and is working on his B.S. in Health Administration at Kaplan University. He is a VA student who has been working on his bachelor’s part-time for two decades. He is determined to complete his degree and is a CCBC ‘Super Completer.’ Due to the slow economy, he decided to go full-time at Kaplan and is excited to finish his degree in 2015.

Brandon Dixon (CCBC & Capital College Alumni) Brandon holds an A.A.S in Network Technology with Cisco Certification from CCBC, a B.S in Information Assurance from Capitol College and plans to pursue a graduate degree in Computer Science from George Washington University, where he is currently employed as a security researcher. Both at 9b+ and George Washington University he spends his time identifying malicious attacks and thinking of better ways to detect and stop them. His research on various security topics has gotten him attention from companies such as Adobe, Verizon, Sprint, and Cisco. He has discovered several exploits and flaws based on vulnerabilities found in commercial products, web applications and messaging technologies

Behind the Scenes:

Coordination:
Nicole Zampino Zairi, Articulation Assistant to the Office of Instruction

Filming and Production:
Digital Media Production Services, CCBC

 
 
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