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Financial Assistance for Low-Income Medicare Recipients

The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) of Burlington County, supported in part by Burlington County College, is helping eligible Medicare recipients living on a limited income understand and enroll in a Medicare Savings Program (MSP). Those who qualify may receive as much as $5,000 in annual assistance to help with Medicare expenses.

Corporate College Offers No-Cost Excel Course

BCC's Corporate College and Continuing Education is now offering New Jersey Business & Industry Association Open Enrollment Courses for Excel I. These courses are open to individuals who are currently employed within New Jersey at NO COST to the employee or employer.

Course Date: Wednesday, Aug. 20 and 27

Jack Verth

Barons All-American Soccer Player Joins Rutgers

Jack Verth, Burlington County College’s (BCC) first All-American soccer player in nearly two decades, officially joined the Rutgers Scarlet Knights, the university has announced.

BCC Hosts Community Showcase

Burlington County College (BCC) is inviting all families and community members to explore what the college can offer through interactive science, criminal justice and arts exhibits as part of an end-of-summer showcase next month.

Lotus - Veronica Kairos

Student Art Gallery Hosts Summer Exhibition

The Summer Art Exhibition at the Burlington County College Student Art Gallery opens on Wednesday, July 30 and celebrates the finest original art created by BCC students, alumni and community artists.

HIT Scholarship Winners

Health Information Tech Students Awarded Scholarships

Pictured above: BCC students Kathleen Boyd (left), 56, of Brigantine, and Kristina McClelland (right), 28, of Fort Dix, were congratulated by BCC Director of Health Information Technology Susan Scully (center) for receiving the Kathleen A.

Todd Flora

Flora Sworn-In as New Board of Trustee Member

Burlington County College (BCC) welcomed Todd Flora, the county’s new interim executive superintendent of schools, to the college’s Board of Trustees.

Free Career Training for Unemployed Residents

There is still an opportunity for Burlington County’s unemployed residents to receive free career training through state grants obtained by Burlington County College (BCC).

BCC & NJ Tech High Schools Form New Green Pathways

In the past year, Burlington County College (BCC) and technical high schools across the state have continued to maximize green education opportunities for students.

PTK Nominees

BCC Recognizes Outstanding Honor Students

 

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