We invite you to register for this fun-to-learn class which begins on November 11! Learn how to create your own designs for gift-giving by using items you probably already have in your kitchen.
Take this opportunity to explore your creative writing skills by joining us for a three-day workshop. We will travel to the REACH sites at Dalton the first two days and remain at BRTC on the third day to write about things we have learned that might relate to our own ancestry.
New and current business owners, come to this three-session workshop and learn how to effectively engage your customers with a Social Media Marketing Plan.
Have fun, share ideas, and learn a new craft that you can enjoy for the upcoming holidays and for a lifetime.
Get a Grip on Accounting Basics! This beginner’s workshop will help you get your books in order and your business back on track.
No matter what your schedule, please take time for yourself and make some new friends. This quilting class begins October 10 at 5:30 p.m. Please join us!
Three individuals have been selected for campus visits and interviews in BRTC’s search for a new Vice President for Student Affairs, according to information released this week by Julie Edington, HR Director. The three were selected during a process that began with a review of a pool of forty applicants. The three candidates are Lyvier […]
An “Introduction to Islamic Art and Culture” presentation will be held Monday, September 23, 6:30 p.m., in the Black River Technical College Library in Pocahontas, according to BRTC Librarian Anne Simpson. The program is part of a series of seminars intended to give a better understanding of different cultures. The BRTC Library is one of […]
During the Spring 2013 semester, several students, along with advisors Darenda Kersey, Shannon Ogden, and Ruth Schaa, attended the state Phi Beta Lamda (PBL) competition in Little Rock, Arkansas. All students attending competed in at least two competitive events. Carlo Obregon, Olen Hunt and Jamie Weeks placed in the top two positions in their respective […]
Members of BRTC’s Art Club visited Little Rock September 6 where they toured the Arkansas Art Center and the William J. Clinton Presidential Library. Twenty-one participants first toured the Presidential Library, where they looked at aisles of books and timelines, and viewed many pieces of artwork and sculpture that had been presented to the Clintons […]