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Ryan Pachucki
Ryan Pachucki

“My best experience at RCBC was making new friends,” Pachucki said. “My friend Jay and I met in chemistry lab, and we have been friends ever since. I recently attended his wedding, and it is wonderful to see how one class turned into a lifelong friendship.”

Thursday, September 23, 2021
Marisol Peralta
Marisol Peralta

“Being chosen to host the cooking demo for Hispanic Heritage Month is definitely my most memorable experience at RCBC,” Peralta said. “It’s really an honor to represent the Latin culture for this month.” 

Wednesday, September 22, 2021
Desmond Keefe
Desmond Keefe

“I want to make the culinary and hospitality programs at RCBC the best in the state. I plan to connect with local businesses and create partnerships and collaborations. I will be looking at organizing events and competitions in the culinary building in the near future. In addition, I have plans to bring in visiting chefs to present demonstrations for students.” 

Monday, September 20, 2021
Culinary students standing side-by-side in RCBC culinary kitchen
Culinary students standing side-by-side in RCBC culinary kitchen

“I absolutely love working out of the RCBC culinary kitchens in Mount Holly,” Fehder said. “The facilities are clean, organized and of the highest quality. It is a luxury to have a three-compartment sink and full working dishwashing machine. The convection oven is accurate and efficient, and the physical workspace is plentiful. As a new business or culinary entrepreneur, it is a great option to utilize a full commercial kitchen without having to invest in purchasing one.”

Thursday, September 16, 2021
veteran standing with Barry giving the thumbs up
veteran standing with Barry giving the thumbs up

“We currently serve hundreds of veterans and plan to continue to improve our service to those who served our country,” RCBC President Dr. Michael A. Cioce said. “Adding a dedicated lounge space, with access to computers and fellow veterans, will increase camaraderie and a sense of inclusion among our veterans. This is just another step we’re taking to thank those who have given so much to our country.”

Thursday, September 9, 2021
Nailea Villarini
Nailea Villarini

“I chose RCBC because it was the only school in my area that offered culinary and pastry classes at an affordable price,” Villarini, of Pennsauken, said. “I pay out of pocket, and it has been great to attend a community college that offers classes on what I love to do.”

Tuesday, September 7, 2021
students walking on the quad
students walking on the quad

“I’d like to thank Governor Murphy and the legislature for approving this much-needed increase in funding,” Dr. Cioce said. “This will benefit countless students not only at RCBC, but throughout the state. A special thanks to my colleagues for their collaboration in prioritizing the needs of our students in developing this modern funding scheme.”

Thursday, September 2, 2021
three people having a meeting around a table
three people having a meeting around a table

Through RCBC’s business programs, students learn customer relations and partnership-building. They develop their business management savvy and gain high-demand skills employers seek, or master the skills needed to start their own businesses. Career paths include accounting, business administration, management, fashion product merchandising and more. 

Tuesday, August 31, 2021
"The Excavation at 51" by Joshua Toritto
"The Excavation at 51" by Joshua Toritto

“The inspiration for these works came from a chance to not only try something different, but to explore another side of myself and my work,” Toritto said. “The name ‘Follies & Visual Syntax’ comes from a discussion between Don and I. It's about how we work, what happens when we work and about the visual language of mark making and edges.” 

Thursday, August 26, 2021

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