• In addition to large-scale grants from businesses and foundations, we rely on individual giving to provide funds for supplies that are smaller in scale but still make a big impact on students. We also have a goal of increasing the amount of financial scholarships awarded to deserving graduates. You can help with a donation mailed to BCIT Foundation, PO Box 297, Rancocas NJ 08073, or use the PayPal button below to contribute using a credit card.

Any amount helps us meet our mission.

    Michael Pirylis was the fifth recipient of the Robert V. Santare Memorial Scholarship that honors one of the founders of BCIT Foundation. The annual award recognizes a student who was committed to community service while still being successful in academics and involved in extra-curricular activities, and it provides $2,000 towards costs of post-secondary education. About Michael.
    The Foundation also awarded scholarships to Justin Bartz, Jadan Randolph, and Desaree Vaughan. Those students were nominated based on academic achievement, extra-curricular involvement and community service. Justin studied Information Technology at the Westampton campus, Jadan studied Pre-Engineering at the Westampton campus, and Desaree studied Entertainment Technology at the Medford campus. Each received a $1,000 scholarship toward costs of post-secondary education.

    The Foundation also facilitated scholarships given by the family of Snowden Smith, who graduated eighth grade and became a plumber’s apprentice. Mr. Smith moved on to service in the armed forces and a postal service career, but always valued his trade skills and demonstrated a strong work ethic. Family members, including Westampton teacher Jacqueline McGuinness, offered four $250 scholarships for students who plan to continue studies in Heating Ventilation, Air Conditioning (HVAC), plumbing or related fields. Recipients of the Snowden Smith Memorial Scholarships were Jacob Bauldock, Shane Montieth, and Alex Pantry (Westampton campus), and Samuel Holt (Medford campus).

    With donations from the Shirley “Rose” Flagg Gift to You Memorial Fund, the BCIT Foundation facilitated book awards to three students who have enlisted in branches of the United States Armed Forces. Each Pep Rally 4 Life Award included $50. They were awarded to Jalyssa LeBrun at the Westampton campus, who will join the Marines, and to Kyle Pittman and Andrew Rafter at the Medford campus, both of whom will join the Army.

    Congratulations to these outstanding students and to the donors who make scholarships possible. We look forward to our next scholarship awards in June 2018.
    To join the cause:
    Send a check to BCIT Foundation, PO Box 297, Rancocas NJ 08073. Or use the Paypal link above to charge a donation to BCITFoundation@burlcoschools.org.


    DECA Int'l Competition
    Foundation supports travel to DECA conference 
    Five BCIT-Westampton students earned the right to attend DECA's International Career Development Conference in Orlando, FL, where they attended seminars, talked with speakers and networked with like-minded students. To qualify, they wrote essays and/or successfully presented papers at state-level competition. BCIT Foundation provided financial assistance so that all students who qualified could attend the conference. (April 2015)