Inside this Issue: Another Record Year for Foundation Gala BRTC Campus Preview Night is April 10 Liebhaber Presents at Conference and Wins Awards for Published Writings Yocum Joins BRTC Staff PBL Hosts Business Technology Day at BRTC BRTC Reps Talk to Students at High School Career Fair Artwork Displayed at Local Banks From the President’s […]
Attend this workshop to: Maximize Your Retirement, Calculate Your Retirement-Savings Goals, Evaluate Your Investment Mix, Gather Tips to Track Investments, Learn About the Time Value of Money FREE to Participants 50 and older Please register early – enrollment is limited to 20 Deadline to register is Tuesday, May 20
Are you prepared to compete for jobs? JobLingo provides core business communication skills training that job seekers must have to compete on paper and in person. This workshop will be held on Friday, May 16 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Includes Lunch and a Job Search Portfolio. There will be door prize drawings, including $50 […]
Register your employees now for this 10-hour OSHA course which deals with important topics that help workers identify, reduce, eliminate and report hazards associated with the workplace. Registration deadline is May 8.
BRTC Corporate and Community Education, in cooperation with the Randolph County Extension Service, is offering a Garden Symposium, featuring Janet Carson and a Composting Educational Demonstration, featuring the Five Rivers Master Gardeners. Registration will be held on Friday morning, March 28 at 8:30 a.m. at the Randolph County Development Center. Registration fee is $10.00
This self-defense course for women will be held on April 1st and 3rd from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Cost is $5.00 for BRTC students, $10.00 for everyone else. Deadline to register is Friday, March 28 or until class is full.
Black River Technical College’s Department of Student Affairs has announced the launch of “BRTC Career Connections,” a free interactive career management database, which will connect employers with BRTC students and alumni. “I’m excited about the potential of this new program,” said Bridget Guess, Academic Advisor. “We hope students, alumni, and employers will take advantage of […]
Nearly 500 people attended a recent presentation of “Hoxie 21” – the 1955 school desegregation in Hoxie, AR – held in the Randolph County Development Center on the campus of Black River Technical College in Pocahontas. The event, sponsored by the BRTC Foundation SEAS (Special Events and Activities Support) Program in collaboration with the Eddie […]
A total of $289 was raised for the Greene County Single Parent Scholarship Fund during a Chili Cook-Off held on the BRTC Paragould campus. Eleven contestants, consisting of BRTC faculty, staff and students, were judged by five individuals from the community. Winners were: Dana Bradford, 1st place; Carol Roberts, 2nd place; and Audra Howerton, 3rd […]
A total of $7,125 in scholarships has been awarded among 15 students at BRTC through the Mary Sallee Single Parent Scholarship (MSSPS) fund for the Spring 2014 Semester. Valorie Anderson of Imboden, Brandi Beckman and Joshua L. Jenkins of Maynard, and Lacy Wheeless, Mily Ball, Elizabeth Loyd, Monica Parsons, Amber Wolf, Melaina Bailey, Angela Emmett, […]