The BCIT Foundation supports students and staff of Burlington County Institute of Technology with education-based technology and post-secondary scholarships. While business-funded grants contribute toward large-scale projects and equipment, we also rely on individual giving to cover costs of supplies and experiences that are smaller in scale but still make a big impact on students.Join the cause:Send a check to BCIT Foundation, PO Box 297, Rancocas NJ 08073. Or use Paypal to charge a donation on your credit card for BCITFoundation@burlcoschools.org.Stay informed!Join our mailing list to get updates on the ways we support students and staff of the county's only career-focused high school.
The BCIT Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization separate from the school. Members of the private sector who recognized benefits of having a skilled workforce came together to establish the BCIT Foundation more than 15 years ago. Since its inception, the Foundation has contributed more than $580,000 for the school. Volunteers who make up the BCIT Foundation Board of Trustees represent the same kinds of careers for which the school prepares its students. They contribute their time and talents because they recognize the ways BCIT provides an overall benefit to the region.
Our Annual Report shows how we supported BCIT students and staff in 2016-17.
On behalf of the students of BCIT, the Foundation expresses its sincere appreciation to the generous individuals and businesses that support its mission. They indeed make a difference at BCIT. Thank you!Eric J. Aloi, President Jane Fronczak, Vice President
Robert V. Santare, President Emeritus
We rely on donations from individuals and businesses to meet our mission. Any amount helps! For more information, contact BCIT Foundation Director Renee Janowicz at (609) 267-4226, ext. 8335 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
BCIT Foundation's Board of Trustees recently welcomed four volunteers who will help guide the nonprofit organization's short-term goals and long-term strategies. Appointed to the board were:
Miguel Bain, vice president-portfolio marketing at Freedom Mortgage and a 2004 graduate of Westampton's Computer Science career major.
Ellen Benowitz, professor emeritus at Mercer County Community College, with a long-term connection to BCIT as the spouse of a retiree.
Melinda Hammell, licensed cosmetologist with Sally Beauty holdings, studied environmental sciences at Medford from 1994-96, and is the parent of an incoming freshman at Westampton.
Johnnie Whittington, business representative for Sheet Metal Workers Local 27 and an vocal supporter of trades education.
BCIT Foundation Board of Trustees
Eric J. Aloi, President President/CEO EJA/Capacity Insurance Jane Fronczak, Vice President Vice President, BB&T Bank Joanne Marino, Treasurer Senior VP of of Finance and HR, EJA/Capacity Insurance Nina Ayala Food Service Supervisor, Sodexo LLC Miguel Bain Vice President-Portfolio Marketing, Freedom Mortgage Ellen A. Benowitz Professor Emeritus, Mercer Co. Community College Fred Cox President, Blue Ring Stencils Melissa D'Alessandro Vice President, TD Bank Elizabeth Docimo District Manager, Sodexo School Services Lonz Fazzie (Retired) Store Manager, Sears Karen Gill Teacher, BCIT-Westampton William Graybush Organizer, Plumbers & Pipefitters LU9 Melinda Hammell Licensed Cosmetologist, Sally Beauty Holdings Andy Helsel Business Agent and Exec. Board Chair, IBEW 351 Kristi M. Howell President/CEO Burl. Co. Regional Chamber of Commerce Denise King, Ed.D Principal, B. Bernice Young School Christopher Nagy, Ed.D Superintendent, BCIT/BCSSSD Mike Parker Principal-Medford, BCIT Lisa Peterson Manager of Highway Engineering Dept., Dewberry Tom Pohl Sales, Sentry Manufacturing Johnnie Whittington Business Representative, Sheet Metal Workers Local 27