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Inside this Issue: First “BRTC’s Got Talent” Competition Held, BRTC Faculty Elected to Lead ARKade, Plus 50 Encore Grant to Aid Nontraditional Students, Employees Attend Benefits Fair, BRTC Welcomes New Employees, Kimbrough Choir to Perform, Learning Center Opens, Three Awarded Scholarships, PTK Induction, Linda Stacy Receives Cisco Award, From the President’s Desk – Dr. Wayne Hatcher Download […]
Annual Free Flu Shot Clinic October 30, 2012 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. RCDC Building For more information: .
All students interested in being a part of a student organization are encouraged to attend the Dave Rudolf workshops and Beach Party September 10-11. Workshops will be held Monday, September 10, 2:30-4:30, and Tuesday, September 11, 9:30-11:30, both in the BT Conference Room. Students are invited to attend one or both workshops. All students, faculty […]
BRTC recognizes the transition to college is challenging and wants you to join TOP, Transitional Opportunities Program. The program is available to help you brush up on math, computer, study, and/or writing skills for free! Transitional Opportunities Program (TOP) Location: Adult Education Building College Drive, Pocahontas, AR July 30 – August 16 Math Monday & […]
Three administrative positions at BRTC have been filled, according to Julie Edington, Director of Human Resources. Brenda Gillogly of Helena has been named the new Vice President of Administration, Donna Statler of Pocahontas has been named Division Chair of General Education, and Phillip Dickson of Imboden has been named Division Chair of Technical Education. Gillogly […]
BRTC is one of eighteen community colleges nationwide selected from over seventy applicants from thirty states for the “Advancing the Humanities: A National Endowment for the Humanities Bridging Cultures Project.” Announcement of the selection was made last week by David Berry, Executive Director of the Community College Humanities Association. The proposal was developed by a […]
BRTC President Wayne Hatcher and Mayor David Freeman of Rector have signed an agreement that will bring new educational opportunities to the Clay County community, beginning July 1. Described as a pilot project, the initiative provides for BRTC to provide educational and training opportunities that consist of Corporate and Community classes, as well as college […]