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Kashai Phillips, Bobbie Beitz & Stephanie Berdugo-Hernandez
Kashai Phillips, Bobbie Beitz & Stephanie Berdugo-Hernandez

“Attending RCBC has allowed me to be a part of the EOF program which has helped me with affordable education in order to continue my education and achieve my degrees,” she shared. 

Tuesday, June 30, 2020
Healing Our Communities RCBC Town Hall in Bold Text overlaying campus photo
Healing Our Communities RCBC Town Hall in Bold Text overlaying campus photo

“We develop students from start to finish. Our goal is to build leadership skills, encourage social development and assist with decision-making regarding career paths as they get older,” said Omuso, who also serves as head coach of the men’s basketball team at RCBC. 

Monday, June 29, 2020
Nygel Wells
Nygel Wells

“Just being there (at RCBC) for a year, there have been so many positive encounters. I have a good relationship with all of my professors, and they’ve pushed me to persevere. They saw potential in me that I couldn’t see in myself,” Wells said.

Tuesday, June 23, 2020
Student Success Center with thumbs up and heart icons
Student Success Center with thumbs up and heart icons

“The simulation lab includes technology and experiences that are very close to what we would encounter in a real hospital,” Wilkinson shared. “We use simulated patient beds, electronic health records and mannequins that mimic patient vital signs and lung sounds to practice skills we would apply to real-life situations.”

Friday, June 19, 2020
Student Success Center with thumbs up and heart icons
Student Success Center with thumbs up and heart icons

“We try to make our program as practical and worldly as we can. It’s important that students see and understand what they’re getting involved in and what they’re working with in this field,” Rizzo shared. “They visit halfway houses, policing museums, correctional facilities and are able to meet officers as part of their practical experiences. That’s the benefit of what we do here.”

Friday, June 12, 2020
Burlington County Freeholder Director Felicia Hopson, RCBC Trustee Dorion Morgan & Dr. Michael A. Cioce
Burlington County Freeholder Director Felicia Hopson, RCBC Trustee Dorion Morgan & Dr. Michael A. Cioce

“We started these weekly town halls as a way to keep our community connected and address concerns they had about the college’s plans during the pandemic,” Cioce said. “These forums have been an effective way to share positive stories about how the RCBC community responds to unique times and I look forward to sharing more stories about how our community is leading change toward an inclusive and equitable society.”

Thursday, June 11, 2020
Student Success Center with thumbs up and heart icons
Student Success Center with thumbs up and heart icons

“I’m grateful to have students who are open-minded and stay in touch. Nobody is getting left behind in this program. If someone is struggling, the whole group gets involved,” she said. “They pull each other along. It’s a unique opportunity to be part of such a tight-knit group.” 

Friday, June 5, 2020
Tony Hubbard
Tony Hubbard

“My proudest memory is when I ran a campaign to become the first Vice President of Student Concerns in the Student Government Association,” Hubbard shared. “This is when I started to understand the true influence of government, even at the collegiate level. Through this experience, my mother and girlfriend (now wife) were able to see me receive the highly selective New Jersey Martin Luther King Junior Commission Scholarship.”

Wednesday, June 3, 2020

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