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  • Singing' in the Rain comes to Medford Campus

    Posted by Dr. Nagy at 3/24/2017 2:35:00 PM

    It is that time of the year when our students in our Academy of Performing Arts Program are able to demonstrate their craft and hard work.  This year’s production is Singin’ in the Rain, a screen play by Betty Comden and Adolph Green.  The performances will be held on March 31, April 7 and 8 at 7pm and a 2pm matinee performance on April 1 and 8.  Some of the performances are already sold out.  Please see the attached flyer for more information.

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  • Members of the BCIT Community Notification

    Posted by Dr. Nagy at 3/24/2017 2:45:00 AM

    Please find the link below that references the handout from the Special Education Parent Information Night on March 22nd and a letter regarding the anticipated future delivery of Child Study Team services on both campuses. 

    Letter from Dr. Nagy

    Flyer: Special Education Parent Information Night, March 22, 2017

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  • Virtual and Augmented Reality Welding Machines installed at BCIT Medford

    Posted by Dr. Nagy at 3/20/2017 1:00:00 PM

    I am pleased to announce that as of this week, BCIT welding students now have access to virtual and augmented reality welding machines to practice their welding technique in a digital environment prior to transitioning to live welding equipment in the shop. The infusion of this technology will allow students to perfect their technique in a safe environment while mirroring the video world in which our students live and function. The virtual machines will also be used to introduce welding to middle school students at our annual BCIT Summer Camp.

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  • Social Media Footprint Expanded at BCIT

    Posted by Dr. Nagy at 3/20/2017 8:30:00 AM

    To better respond to the coverage of the events, accomplishments and classroom activities that take place on a daily basis on our campuses, we have increased our social media presence daily and have made adjustments to the newsletter that was customarily published once a month.  We hope that the upgraded approach will keep parents and students more informed in a timely manner and in realtime.  Please see the attached letter that provides more details.

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  • First Place in State Poetry Out Loud Program

    Posted by Dr. Nagy at 3/19/2017 11:35:00 AM

    This past week, BCIT Medford student Amos Koffa was notified that he won First Place recognition in the New Jersey Poetry Out Loud Program.  He will now compete on the national level in Washington, D.C.  We congratulate Amos Koffa, a talented student whose passion for the student voice and respect for personal choice has gained the respect of his fellow classmates and peers.  Amos came in Second Place last year.

    Amos Koffa

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  • BCIT Planning to Upgrade Curriculum to Support Emergent IT/AI Industry Needs

    Posted by Dr. Nagy at 3/18/2017 1:10:00 PM

    In September, the Medford campus IT program will be expanded to include a focus on Google certifications, social media marketing, search engine optimization, artificial intelligence, cyber security, game design and computer and phone device application development.  Other emergent technology platforms will also be considered based on student interest. The curriculum writing and planning will be completed over the next few months and an instructor sought to teach the new curriculum.  This represents an exciting opportunity for our students who will graduate from our district with very valuable industry credentials in the field of technology applications.

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  • BCIT CTE and Advanced Manufacturing in the News

    Posted by Dr. Nagy at 3/6/2017 9:45:00 AM

    The Career Tech NJ February 2017 newsletter featured on its website BCIT.  All throughout last month, we celebrated daily one of our CTE programs as part of Career and Technical Education Month.  We are proud of the launch of our Advanced Manufacturing Program as a partnership with Rowan College at Burlington County which was featured in this newsletter sponsored by the New Jersey Council of Vocational-Technical Schools.  Our Advanced Manufacturing Program is gaining attention for our high school and adult students.  The program offers students the ability to earn multiple stackable credentials while earning college credits at RCBC.  We are looking at doing the same for other career areas as part of the College Head Start Program with RCBC.  Article link

    Advanced Manufacturing

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  • Entertainment Technology Class Honored

    Posted by Dr. Nagy at 3/6/2017 8:30:00 AM

    The Television Video & Digital Media Production Program created a video entitled "CTE vs Zombies" which was entered into the 2017 Bright Futures in CTE Contest sponsored by NOCTI Business Solutions. The video wasdirected by Kaiya Conyers­Benton, Meghan Gallagher, Rebecca Hormozi, Jordan Mason, Jason Matthews, Cyarra Shannon, Matthew Schaefer and Thomas Troy. The team recently learned that they won an honorable mention, a $100 prize and a class pizza party.  Congratulations!

    NOCTI

     

     

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  • Drone Technology to be Introduced in September 2017 for Pre-Engineering

    Posted by Dr. Nagy at 2/13/2017 3:25:00 PM

    Our Pre-engineering program will now have a Drone Technology component as part of the program. There will be various modules with different levels of mastery.  It is our intent to position students to also be able to sit for the test to be FAA certified in flying drones, i.e. with Go Pro cameras.  This represents an extraordinary opportunity for our students in this program.  We are excited to introduce this cutting edge technology.  The curriculum, prototypes and drone technology training are being reviewed and developed now. 

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  • West Campus Inducts Twenty Students to NHS

    Posted by Dr. Nagy at 2/9/2017 11:20:00 AM

    This past week, I was very honored to provide a few words before a very proud crowd of parents, relatives and friends of the twenty new inductees to the National Honor Society.  The ceremony captured the four pillars of the mission and purpose of NHS:  Scholarship, Leadership, Service and Character. Among the remarks noted that night, I offered the following words of Simon Sinek, author, inspirational speaker and one of the most widely viewed Tedtalk speakers in world:  Truly effective and inspiring leaders aren’t actually driven to lead people; they are driven to serve them. We salute and congratulate our new inductees on this special milestone in their lives.

     

    BCIT West NHS 2017

     

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