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David Spang

Dr. David Spang Named Interim President of BCC

Burlington County College’s (BCC) chief academic officer, Dr. David Spang, has been appointed Interim President of the college by the BCC Board of Trustees effective March 20.

Spang, has served as Provost – the college’s second ranking position – since the post was created last April.

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Employee & Alumni Showcase at Student Art Gallery

Pictured Here: “Covey” by Jonathan Ricci, Burlington County College (BCC) art adjunct faculty, will be one of the 79 pieces of BCC employee and alumni artwork featured in the latest Student Art Gallery exhibit opening Saturday, March 8.

Barons women's basketball team

Lady Barons No. 1 Seed in Region 19 Division II Basketball Tournament

Burlington County College’s (BCC) women’s basketball team will advance to the Region XIX Division II Women’s Basketball Tournament as the No. 1 seeded team. The Lady Barons will play Manor College on Thursday, Feb. 27 at 3:45 p.m. at Brookdale Community College.

BCC Board of Trustees Chair Issues Statement on President Hespe

Burlington County College (BCC) Board of Trustees Chairman George Nyikita issued the following statement on Governor Christie’s nomination of BCC President David Hespe for New Jersey Education Commissioner:

Tired of Snow? Summer Job & Internship Fair is March 4

Mount Laurel, NJ – Burlington County College’s (BCC) Career Services will hold a Summer Job and Internship Fair on Tuesday, March 4 to help connect students and employers with meaningful internships that will help shape careers.

Start Up Stars

Winners of Future Start-Up Star Contest Announced

Burlington County Freeholder Director Leah Arter named the winners of Burlington County College’s (BCC) Future Start-Up Star business plan competition at the finale on Thursday, Feb. 20 in the Culinary Arts Center at BCC.

BCC Workforce Training Earns Statewide Acclaim

Burlington County College’s (BCC) corporate training program, an integral part of Freeholder Director Leah Arter’s Workforce Development Initiative, is highlighted by the New Jersey Community College Consortium in February’s edition of New Jersey Business Magazine.

Freeholder Director Leah Arter

Freeholder Director Announces State Grant for BCC

Matching Freeholder Director Leah Arter’s State of the County vision for greater collaboration between county agencies and private businesses to grow and create job opportunities, Burlington County College (BCC) has received a state grant to train hundreds of employees at three growing Burlington County businesses.

African American History Month Events

Burlington County College’s (BCC) African American Cultural Events Committee is pleased to announce this year’s calendar of events in honor of Black History Month:

Give Kids a Smile Day

Give Kids A Smile! Day at BCC: Call For Appointment

For the 10th year in a row, Burlington County College’s (BCC) Dental Hygiene Program will provide free preventive and emergency dental care to children ages 12 and younger on “Give Kids A Smile!” Day, Friday, Feb. 7.


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