Small Business Center Director April Scott and BCC President Gene Smith

BCC’s President Gene Smith and SBC Director April Scott Named WilmingtonBiz 100 Honorees

For the second consecutive year, the WilmingtonBiz 100 honorees include BCC President Gene Smith and Small Business Center Director April Scott. The WilmingtonBiz 100 is an annual Greater Wilmington Business Journal initiative to recognize the top 100 Power Players, Influencers, Innovators, Connectors, and Rising Stars impacting the Wilmington area’s business landscape. Selected as a Top Read More
Photos from CTE Exploration Day

Brunswick Community College Hosts Inaugural CTE Exploration Day

  Brunswick Community College (BCC) hosted its inaugural Career & Technical Education (CTE) Exploration Day, which took place on November 7. This event brought together teachers from Brunswick County Schools (BCS) CTE programs, creating an invaluable opportunity for collaboration and knowledge exchange. The primary objective of the CTE Exploration Day was to enhance awareness of Read More
collage of photos from the Women in Philanthropy Dinner

The Women in Philanthropy and Leadership Raise $11,000 in Scholarships in Single Night

The Women in Philanthropy and Leadership of Brunswick County (WPLB) enjoyed their first Annual Dinner in nearly three years and are more excited than ever about making a difference in the lives of students at Brunswick Community College (BCC) and county wide. Existing and new members attended, bringing along friends interested in learning more. The Read More
CCURE team

BCC Dean Part of Editor’s Choice Award Winning Team

Congratulations to BCC’s own Dr. Kim Jones, Dean of Arts & Sciences, on being part of a team of authors who won the Editor’s Choice Award for an article they submitted to the North Carolina Community Journal of Teaching Innovation. The article was titled “Appreciative Collaborative Partnerships: A Novel Approach to Community College-University Partnerships” and Read More
Veteran Lunch Award Winners group photo

BCC Celebrates Veterans

  This afternoon, BCC thanked and celebrated our veteran students, faculty, staff, alums, and community supporters at the Annual Veterans Luncheon. The event began with the presentation of colors by the American Legion Post 543 Color Guard, followed by a warm welcome from BCC President Gene Smith. Joe Irreara, Col USMC (Ret.), and Tim Johnson, Captain Read More
Bcc President Gene Smith with other BCC leadership, board chair, and Epsilon execs

BCC Hosts Major Economic Development Announcement

Brunswick Community College was honored to host Governor Cooper, elected officials, and the leadership team from Epsilon Advanced Materials on October 26.     Epsilon Website Brunswick Community College will continue to work closely with Brunswick Business & Industry Development to prepare a well-trained pipeline of talent for the amazing companies that are relocating to Brunswick County. Read More
group photo of manufacturing day participants

BCC Showcases Manufacturing Jobs at Annual Event

BCC celebrated its 5th annual Manufacturing Day Event on Friday, October 27th. This yearly event provides organized opportunities for Brunswick County manufacturers to highlight their work, locations, and careers to energize the future pipeline of creators – Brunswick County Youth. This year’s event featured personalized industry tours at Precision Swiss Products and Industrial Reliability Read More
BCC students enjoying the courtyard on a fall day

UNCW and BCC Forge Pathways to Higher Education Success

Revised transfer protocols translate to guaranteed UNCW admission for eligible students In a significant leap forward for higher education accessibility, Brunswick Community College (BCC) is thrilled to announce a new partnership with the University of North Carolina Wilmington (UNCW) through the innovative PathWays program, set to launch in early 2024. This collaborative initiative aims to Read More
BIP students working in BIP SIP coffee bar

Unique Pilot Program Expands Opportunities

  Congratulations to the BCC Brunswick Interagency Program students and administrators who participated in this one-of-a-kind pilot program. What a tremendous success for all involved. Thanks to your efforts, the future is brighter than ever for our students with uniquely “different” abilities. Today, the North Carolina Community College System published the article linked here. Take Read More
BLET Graduating Class No. 69

BCC Graduates BLET Class 69

Congratulations to the graduates of the BCC Basic Law Enforcement Training program! Your hard work, dedication, and commitment have brought you to this significant milestone. As you step into law enforcement, remember the impact you can make on your community. Your training has equipped you with the skills and knowledge necessary to serve and protect. Embrace Read More