LAMB Foundation Check Presentation

LAMB Foundation of NC Delivers Valentine’s Day Surprise for BIP

The Brunswick Interagency Program (BIP) received a heartfelt gift on Valentine’s Day morning from the LAMB Foundation of NC. Skip Dull, LAMB Director for Our Lady of the Rosary Council 9039 in Sunset Beach, NC, presented a check for $3,000 to The Foundation of BCC in support of BIP. The LAMB Foundation of NC is Read More
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BCC Showcases Brunswick Interagency Program

When it comes to helping people with special needs, BCC’s Brunswick Interagency Program (BIP) is a standout and model for future programs in NC and nationwide. Yesterday, BCC President Gene Smith and VP Greg Bland were honored to showcase this program to several special guests and local dignitaries. Those present included William S. Carver, North Read More
chocolate and s'more food truck and owner

Small Business Spotlight: Chocolate and S’more

Our latest Small Business Center Spotlight is Chocolate and S’more! It has been a dream of owner, Sheila Hall since college at East Carolina University and first came to mind when she started pairing sweet and savory ingredients together to make a s’more. While technically not a coffee business, coffee drinks are on the menu Read More

Small Business Center

Confidential Business CounselingSmall Business Centers provide local, experienced counselors as advisers for new and existing businesses. Available on an as-needed basis, this confidential service acts as a sounding board for new ideas and/or concerns you may have about your business. Our professional staff will help you find solutions to your challenging business questions. No question Read More
BIP students and program director

BIP Students Contribute to Life at BCC

As part of the Social Diversity course she teaches, Instructor Heather Crisco invited students from BCC’s Brunswick Interagency Program (BIP) to speak with her class. BIP Director, LeAnn Cecil, rounded up three volunteers, Henry, Don, and Stephen, and set to work helping her students put their thoughts on paper. Earlier this week, the three longtime Read More
members of the BIP Project Search team display award for innovation

Brunswick Interagency Program Recognized for Innovation

On Sept 24th, Brunswick Community College (Brunswick Interagency Program) was recognized as the 2021 winner of the North Carolina Community College Adult Educator’s Association Innovation Award. This award recognizes creativity, innovative program design, management practices, and excellent student services in continuing education. The award was based on the Project Search initiative, which creates employment opportunities Read More
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Policy Manual

Section 1: Administration Section 2: Human Resources Section 3: Curriculum Section 4: Student Services Section 5: Budget and Finance Section 6: Operations Section 7: Information Technology (IT) Section 8: Public Safety

Brunswick Interagency Program (BIP)

Since 1985, Brunswick Interagency Program has served adults diagnosed with intellectual disabilities. The program’s mission is to enable students to reach their full potential, become more independent, and fully participate in their communities. The comprehensive services at BIP include: Adult Basic Education (ABE):  fosters a strong educational foundation for students that may have struggled during Read More

EDU 223 – Specific Learning Disabilities

This course provides a comprehensive study of characteristics, alternative assessments, teaching strategies, placement options, inclusion, and family intervention for children with specific learning disabilities. Topics include causes, assessment instruments, learning strategies, and collaborative/ inclusion methods for children with specific learning disabilities. Upon completion, students should be able to assist in identifying, assessing, and providing educational Read More

EDU 247 – Sensory & Physical Disabilities

This course covers characteristics, intervention strategies, assistive technologies, and inclusive practices for children with sensory and physical disabilities. Topics include inclusive placement options, utilization of support services, other health impairments and family involvement for children with sensory and physical disabilities. Upon completion, students should be able to identify and utilize intervention strategies and service delivery Read More