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Explore RCBC’s new health education offerings

Did you know that healthcare is one of the highest growth industries in the world? According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than 14.3 million people are employed in the healthcare industry, and it’s projected that 3.2 million new healthcare jobs will be created over the next eight years. 

RCBC 3+1 student explores multiple career options

Brian O’Neal began his college career as many students do. Undecided. However, after meeting with a Student Services staff member at RCBC, he gained a renewed sense of direction and a job.  

RCBC helps small businesses ahead of Small Business Saturday

With the start of the holiday shopping season approaching, the RCBC Workforce Development Institute held a Small Business Resource Fair at the Willingboro Campus to help prepare for Small Business Saturday.

Small Business Saturday is held annually on the Saturday after Thanksgiving to raise awareness of the importance of supporting small businesses.

Alumna discovers passion for medicine through RCBC Student Research Program

Megan Scott always knew that she wanted to further her education at the college level, but she wasn’t sure how to afford it with her husband beginning a career in the Air Force. She’s not alone. A recent study conducted by the Institute for Higher Education Policy found that the vast majority of U.S. schools are unaffordable for most students. 

RCBC screens award-winning film produced by alumni

When considering the circumstances of war, we often view it through the lens of the people involved: servicemen and women, global leaders, innocent bystanders, etc… We rarely, if ever, consider the animals.

Wild quail two ways

Winter is coming, and there is nothing greater than a hot meal that includes all of your favorite flavors and spices, combined with a taste of some wild game. My favorite wild game are duck, boar, venison and so on. However, one of my favorite recipes of all the time when it comes to the winter season is “Wild Quail 2 ways.”

Charvas Singleton gains deeper professional insight through WDI program

Charvas Singleton died on June 15, 2019.

What was meant to be a simple cell phone purchase turned into a violent encounter, during which Singleton was shot five times. He spent four weeks in the hospital (one of which he was on life support), and he spent another two weeks in a rehabilitation facility. 

RCBC hosts Autumn Taste Fest to highlight seasonal flavors

Once Starbucks begins serving the pumpkin spice latte, it feels like pumpkin spice everything is unavoidable.

Founder of RCBC Environmental Club aims to protect clean water and air rights

If you’ve ever wondered why we have an Environmental Club at RCBC, look no further than alumna Hana Katz, who formed the group in 2017. Under her leadership, the club mobilized and became proactive in the local community.  

RCBC Foundation hosts Comedy Night featuring award-winning talent

Where can you find an accountant, a Grammy Award recipient and the winner of a funniest comic contest? Rowan College at Burlington County! 

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