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Scott Kubic & Michael Chulsky-Lopez
Scott Kubic & Michael Chulsky-Lopez

“I had already moved to Burlington County, so I figured that it would make sense to look at the local schools,” Chulsky-Lopez shared. “I visited the RCBC campus and fell in love. And RCBC does in fact allow you to fully complete a degree online, which I also loved. But I did end up going in person to one class.”

Wednesday, January 26, 2022
Tracy Iglesias
Tracy Iglesias

"There's a very positive culture and learning environment at RCBC. Seeing the students blossom...how much they've learned over the last semester...is truly remarkable.”

Wednesday, January 19, 2022
Michael Thornburg
Michael Thornburg

“Most importantly, it was the relationships that meant the most,” Thornburg shared. “Being able to meet students, professors, faculty and staff, potential employers and have conversations to sort through the details of my interests and skills in order to navigate potential career paths was invaluable. It is not always an easy road to walk down, but having a kind team of supporters continually encouraging me to keep walking was very influential in my landing at OPEX.”

Thursday, January 13, 2022
Alex Wolf
Alex Wolf

“I’ve always been fascinated by math and physics, so it just made sense,” Wolf said.

Tuesday, January 4, 2022
Alassane Togola
Alassane Togola

“The more we spoke, the more I realized this (IT) is something I would want to do,” Togola said. “I always had questions, and he always made himself available to answer them.”

Tuesday, December 14, 2021
Savannah Borden
Savannah Borden

“RCBC is one of the most affordable and reputable colleges in New Jersey; it was an easy choice from the beginning,” Borden said. “I graduated in 2019 at such a low price without sacrificing the quality of education I was getting!”

Thursday, December 2, 2021
Christian Miller & Allison DeJoseph
Christian Miller & Allison DeJoseph

“After discussing career opportunities with Tecomet, they agreed that RCBC’s curriculum was perfect for what I needed to improve and advance in my career,” Miller said. “Upon completing the RCBC courses for the machinist program and considering my career path, it made the decision a no-brainer."

Monday, November 29, 2021
Matthew Pedano
Matthew Pedano

“My entire experience was exceptional,” Pedano shared. “I couldn’t have asked for anything better. I got the same education through RCBC that I would have if I went to Johnson and Wales or the Culinary Institute of America. From the cost and financial standpoint, the Culinary Center in Mount Holly really delivers and got me to where I wanted to be.”

Monday, November 22, 2021
Christopher Mance
Christopher Mance

“I retired from Lockheed Martin and wanted to work with youth,” Mance said. “I started substitute teaching at local school districts and took an adjunct position at RCBC and liked it. A full-time position opened up, and here I am.”

Thursday, November 4, 2021
Justin Schoopachevich
Justin Schoopachevich

“It was here that I met Professor Dave Wilson, who has guided me along this incredible path,” Schoopachevich said. “He saw my dedication and strong work ethic and sent all the different job opportunities my way. It wasn't until the second or third job offer that I was able to get an actual interview, which happened to be an intern position at none other than Lockheed Martin! I had my interview, and it went wonderfully. I am proud to say on June 28, I started at Lockheed as an intern, and on September 7, I became a full-time engineering technician for the company. I always believe everything happens for a reason, and it is the people you meet in life that also create your destiny. I am forever grateful for Professor Wilson’s goodwill and selfless determination to help a student achieve his dreams of success.”

Thursday, October 28, 2021

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