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Mitchell Biderberg

Re-engineering a better path at RCBC

Mitchell Biderberg, like many other Cherry Hill East graduates chose to go to a four-year college after high school. Biderberg chose Virginia Tech for their engineering program. After his first semester he decided engineering was not the right path for him and decided to come back home.

RCBC alumna enrolls at age 11, earns two degrees

It’s not unusual for students to get a head start toward their degree with Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC). In fact, RCBC enrolls more than 1,000 students who are younger than 18-years-old every year.

RCBC’s Workforce Development Institute offers career training to underrepresented youth through hands-on summer initiative

It’s no secret that economic opportunity defines America and that the right career can determine your opportunity. However, an individual’s place of birth, socioeconomic status and access to resources too often determine their destiny and can serve as barriers to career readiness. 

Program Director of Radiography, Pamela Joseph

From Student to Educator

Pamela Joseph was part of the college’s first radiography class. She graduated from RCBC in 1989 with her associates degree in Radiography. She later earned her bachelor’s degree from Weidner University and her master’s degree from Midwestern State University.

William Pepe advances career through RCBC's Workforce Development Institute

Within three years, William Pepe transitioned from being a temporary employee to an executive advisor at Multi-Housing Depot, an apartment and multifamily supplier. His strong work ethic and attention to detail, coupled with his completion of Rowan at Burlington County’s advanced manufacturing courses, paved the way for several growth opportunities in his career. 

Medical Billing

RCBC’s new medical billing program offers fast entry into growing healthcare career

Rowan College at Burlington County’s (RCBC) new Medical Billing Specialist program offers students entry into a growing healthcare career in less than one year.

Designed in partnership with local employers, the certification aims to increase the number of qualified applicants who can fill the growing demand for medical billers.

Former RCBC student Lauren Purnell sheds light on homeless through widely-publicized blog

Imagine using your writing background and unique voice to bring recognition to an often-ignored sect of our population. That’s exactly what former Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC) journalism student, Lauren Purnell, set out to do when she formed her blog, namingthehomeless.com.

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