BCC's Dive In logo in a cover graphic for newest episode of Dive In with President Smith

BCC Debuts New Episode of DIVE IN

November 15, 2022 – Welcome to the latest episode of “Dive In” with President Smith. In this episode, President Smith talks with Dr. Kim Jones, Dean of Arts & Sciences. Watch and learn as they highlight BCC’s College Transfer program, what makes it unique, and why BCC is the place to be. To find out Read More
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BCC Veterans Awarded Scholarships at Annual Celebration

November 9, 2022 – Veterans were front and center today as President Gene Smith led a special luncheon ceremony celebrating the service and sacrifice of many BCC students, faculty, and staff. Four student veterans received special honors. Paul Leonard, William Evans, and Lara Lybrand were awarded scholarships from the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA). Read More
Photo courtesy of Wilmington Business Magazine of local manufacturing industry worker

BCC Helps Meet Workforce Needs

  November 2022 – This is a wonderful example of how BCC works with local industry to develop training programs specifically designed to meet their workforce needs! Great story! READ THE STORY HERE.
dr. molly curry of BCC sky diving with Golden Knights

A Friday in Flight for BCC’s Dean of Health Sciences

November 2022 – Dr. Molly Curry, BCC’s Dean of Health Sciences, had the Friday of her life last week. It was anything but typical, but then, we’d expect nothing less from BCC Instructors. Dr. Curry was nominated to jump with the U.S. Army Golden Knights parachute team. Take a look!
BCC instructor and students at an offsite field trip to an archeological dig

BCC Anthropology Students Dig into the Past on Weekend Field Trip

October 24, 2022 – When instructor Heather Crisco promises hands-on learning, she’s not kidding. On a recent Saturday, she accompanied a number of her students to a community dig located on Front Street in Wilmington, NC. This was part of a unit on Archaeology and a great way to bring classroom learning to life. “I wanted Read More
Lineworker graduates

BCC Graduates Class of Pre Apprentice Lineworkers

While National Apprenticeship Week isn’t until next month, BCC is already celebrating with seven pre-apprentices from its Electrical Lineworker Program. The graduation ceremony on Monday, October 17, marked the successful completion of the rigorous 400-hour training program established by BCC in collaboration with Brunswick Electric Membership Corporation.   BCC’s accelerated 10-week Pre Apprenticeship program includes competency based Read More
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BCC Hosts Intercultural Festival in November

In celebration of the area’s rich history and culture, Brunswick Community College (BCC) is pleased to announce the return of the 15th Annual Intercultural Festival. Set for Saturday, November 5, from 11 AM-4 PM at the Odell Williamson Auditorium, the BCC Intercultural Festival is free of charge and open to the public. It features performing Read More

BCC Small Business Center to Host Womenpreneur Empowerment Summit

  The Brunswick Community College Small Business Center is pleased to invite you to attend the Womenpreneur Empowerment Summit on Nov. 14-16! The summit will include keynote speakers, panel discussions, and breakout sessions that provide great information to entrepreneurs and those thinking about taking the plunge! CLICK HERE for all the details on this three-day Read More
President Smith with August 2022 Student of the Month

BCC Names Garcia Student of the Month

When BCC Early College High School student, Vanessa Garcia was summoned to the President Gene Smith’s Boardroom, she wasn’t sure what to expect. She was greeted by a room full of staff, instructors, and school leadership, all there to celebrate her as Student of the Month. Nominated by Dan Stone, The Learning Center (TLC) Specialist Read More

BCC Introduces Students to Exciting Career Possibilities on Manufacturing Day

October 10, 2022 — The manufacturing industry never looked so good. That’s something high school students from across Brunswick County learned first-hand on Thursday, October 6, as part of Manufacturing Day 2022. Hosted by Brunswick Community College (BCC), the event is designed to inform and excite students about the manufacturing industry and its many well-paying Read More