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G.I. Jobs Names BCC a Military Friendly School

Burlington County College (BCC) has earned the distinction as a “Military Friendly School” by G.I. Jobs magazine for the second year in a row. Fifteen percent of colleges, universities and trade schools in the nation and 28 schools in the state of New Jersey have been named a “Military Friendly School” for 2013.

Career Exploration Night on Sept. 26

Discuss salary outlooks, hear from industry experts in the field, find out about internship opportunities and learn about degree options for Burlington County College’s (BCC) agricultural business technology, green, and culinary arts programs at Career Exploration Night on Wednesday, Sept. 26 from 6 to 8 p.m.

September 11 Banner

Bonner AmeriCorps Leaders Take 9/11 Banner to NYC

On Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2012, approximately 100 sixth grade students from Marcus Newcomb School in Pemberton gathered at Burlington County College’s (BCC) Geraldine Clinton Little Theater for a special 9/11 assembly hosted by BCC’s Bonner AmeriCorps Leaders, a group of students committed to having a positive influence on the community through service.

Celebration of Philanthropy

Celebration of Philanthropy: BCC Foundation Event

In the last year, the Burlington County College (BCC) Foundation has awarded deserving BCC students a total of 485 scholarships (a record number) worth more than $432,000.

Movie Under the Stars: Brave

The public is invited to Burlington County College’s (BCC) Mount Laurel campus, 500 College Circle, for a free, family-friendly evening showing of Disney/Pixar’s “Brave” on Friday, Sept. 14 at 7 p.m.

ACCESS winner Alejandro Rojas

Winner of Social Media Scholarship Announced

Pictured here: (center) American Community College’s Educational Social Media Scholarship (ACCESS) winner Alejandro Rojas of Delran is congratulated by (left to right) Tony Mahon, Burlington County College (BCC) Foundation Internship & Mentor

Willingboro Center

Willingboro Center Grand Opening & Open House

Since 1974, Burlington County College (BCC) has had a full-time presence in the town of Willingboro. The new Willingboro Center, located across from the former site in the Willingboro Town Center at 200 Campbell Drive, Suite 210, opened its doors to students on Monday, Aug. 20 and will host a Grand Opening & Open House for the public on Wednesday, Sept.

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