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Local Regional Author to Speak at Bladen Community College

Bladen Community College invites the public to hear a local regional,  guest author, Dr. Chuck Tryon, speak on Social Media and Civic Engagement on Wednesday, November 13, 2019 at 11 A.M. in the Student Resource Center. This presentation will explore how social media tools have and continue to be used to influence public policy.   ThroughRead More

BLADEN COMMUNITY COLLEGE OBSERVES VETERANS DAY WITH A SPECIAL CELEBRATION

Bladen Community College will honor men and women who have served the country in the armed forces during a Veterans Day special celebration on Monday, November 11, at 11 AM in the college auditorium (building 9).  Guest speaker, U.S. Army LTC Charlyne Jacobs, will address the assembly. The public is invited to hear Jacobs speak.Read More

Job Fair at Bladen Community College on Tuesday, Oct. 29th

A regional information session and networking event with a national information technology service firm interested in hiring area employees will be held on Tuesday, October 29 from 5:00 – 8:00pm, Student Resource Center,  at Bladen Community College.

Sunset and Vine Event Promises Entertaining Evening on Oct 24th

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Don’t miss this special event this week on October 24th!! It’s a fall festive evening of fellowship, savory food, stunning sunset, and fun at the Bladen Community College Foundation annual Sunset and Vine fundraiser. Dine with friends and new acquaintances while supporting a worthwhile cause. Proceeds raised at this annual event go towards student scholarshipsRead More

Spring 2020 Registration Is Now Open

DUBLIN – Class registration for the 2020 spring term kicks off this week at Bladen Community College.  Classes begin January 9th but it is never too early to get the registration process started.  Applications are being accepted now with classes available in both curriculum and continuing education programs. “Potential students can begin to register nowRead More

BCC Receives Additional Hurricane Emergency Funds for Students

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Bladen Community College announces that it has received additional emergency funding for students impacted by Hurricane Florence. The State Board of Community Colleges reallocated the additional funding that was made possible by the General Assembly for emergency grants to help students at community colleges serving federally designated disaster counties. The funds will cover grants forRead More

BLADEN COMMUNITY COLLEGE INVITES THE PUBLIC TO ITS CAMPUS TO HEAR GHOST STORIES OF NORTH CAROLINA

Dublin – Bladen Community College has hosted several guest speakers on its campus during the month of October but encourages everyone to take advantage of the special event on Halloween, October 31, 2019 at 12:30pm in the college auditorium. If you like ghost stories and the history of North Carolina, then you should plan toRead More

Award Winning Author & WRAL Journalist, Scott Mason, to Speak at Bladen Community College

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Bladen Community College invites the public to hear guest author and WRAL television personality, Scott Mason reading and sharing stores from his first published book, Tar Heel Traveler: Journeys Across North Carolina and his second book, Tar Heel Traveler Eats, that was released in October, 2014. Mr. Mason will be presenting on campus Tuesday, OctoberRead More

Walk For Recovery – September 30th

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Join us as we have our FIRST WALK FOR RECOVERY at Bladen Community College in observance of National Recovery Month.  On  September 30th, from 12:00 noon until 1:00pm, a group will walk  a 1/2 mile trek around the BCC campus beginning at the Student Resource Center. National Recovery Month spreads the positive message that behavioralRead More

50th Anniversary of Apollo XI—A Personal Perspective

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BCC Special Event- Open to the public 50th Anniversary of Apollo XI—A Personal Perspective It’s been 50 years since two astronauts from Apollo 11 stepped on the Moon.  Join us on Monday, September 30th, at 1:00pm in the Bladen Community College Library for a special look at this historical event that occurred in the summerRead More

Looking for a new career? Information Day -Sept. 24th

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Looking for a new career?  Start at Bladen Community College with a new and exciting career as a Call Center Associate. Those interested in getting started should enroll in two continuing education class offerings at BCC.   First as a prerequisite, Working Smart, a soft skills for workplace success program, equips job seekers with important skillsRead More

History lecture given at Bladen Community College by guest speaker

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Dr. Ryan Anderson, a professor of History at The University of North Carolina at Pembroke, was a guest speaker today at Bladen Community College. Dr. Anderson gave a very interesting historic perspective of caddies’ roles at the world famous Pinehurst Golf Resort in the early beginnings of the resort. Dr. Anderson shared that he startedRead More

September 2019 Schedule – Bladen Community College Small Business Center Seminars

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The Small Business Center (SBC) of Bladen Community College is offering many great no-cost seminars and webinars in September. The “Entrepreneurs’ Academy” starts today at the Main Campus in Building 3 on Mondays from 3:30 to 5:00 PM. Participants who attend at least five of the seven part series will receive a certificate. The seriesRead More

Finance Fair – Tuesday, Sept 10th

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Please join us for our first Finance Fair on Tuesday, September 10th from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. in the Student Resource Center! Come and speak with local bank representatives and find out what bank account options and other financial literacy help they can provide. This is for students, faculty, and staff.

BASIC LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING BEGINS SEPTEMBER 24TH AT BCC

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DUBLIN – Bladen Community College will begin classes for individuals interested in Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) on September 24th. Over the past 28 years, the college has graduated more than 250 candidates, providing skilled law enforcement personnel to local, town, county, regional, state, and federal organizations. The BLET is designed to give students essentialRead More

Bladen Community College Trustees Take Oath of Office

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Three trustees were sworn in to serve four year terms for Bladen Community College by Bladen County Clerk of Court Niki Dennis at the August meeting of the college board of trustees.  Hayes Petteway and Pam Benton were re-appointed for an additional term by the Bladen County Board of Education.   Lillian R. Bryant, is aRead More

Lunch and Learn at Bladen Community College

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Bladen Community College extends an invitation to the community to attend a Lunch and Learn about Strategies for Improving Efficiency and Productivity through the use of a Planner, with BCC director of human resources Tiina Mundy. The event is scheduled for Wednesday, September 4, at 12 noon, in the Bladen Community College library (building 7).Read More

Catch the Back to School Fever at the BCC Small Business Center

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The Bladen Community College Small Business Center (SBC) urges you to “catch the Back to School fever” by signing up for its ongoing classes, workshops, and seminars at no-cost to business owners, non-profits, and entrepreneurs in the region. Just this week as students return to their schools and are excited about a new academic year,Read More

BCC Minority Male Students Have Orientation

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New student orientation for the Fall 2019 Cohort of Minority Male Students was held recently on Bladen Community College’s campus. The purpose of the orientation was to kick off the year by making sure students were introduced to the college president and other campus leaders; met each other as a cohort; and to ensure studentsRead More

Bladen Community College Announces Scholastic Honor Students

Full-time students who have demonstrated academic achievement at Bladen Community College for the summer 2019 term have been recognized. Students who have maintained a 4.0 G.P.A. for the term and have been named to the President’s List are  Ferrain Abbott, Alyssa Bell, Andrew Bryan, Jody Dyson, Faith Faircloth, Grace Faircloth, Alyssa Farmer, Ashton Goins, MarissaRead More