BRCC recently participated in The Chronicle of Higher Education’s 2014 survey of “Great Colleges to Work For.” The final results were released on 7/21/2014 and BRCC was once again recognized as a “Great College to Work For.” BRCC achieved recognition in 6 of the 11 two-year college categories. The primary factor in deciding whether an institution received Great College to Work For recognition was employee feedback. According to the Chronicle’s criteria, BRCC was recognized in the following areas:
- Collaborative Governance
- Teaching Environment
- Work/Life Balance
- Respect and Appreciation
- Professional & Career Development Programs
- Supervisor/Department Chair Relationship
This is the 6th consecutive year that BRCC has achieved this “Great College To Work For” designation. Continue reading
Blue Ridge Community College is planning a number of cultural events to celebrate International Month. All events are free and open to the public. Continue reading
Job seekers are encouraged to attend a Career Expo at Blue Ridge Community College on Thursday, April 3, 2014, from noon to 4 p.m. in the Plecker Center.
The event features 40 business and industry representatives offering guidance and information about job openings and internships.
Participants can get assistance with writing résumés, as well as advice about using LinkedIn and other social media in job searches.
The event is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Career Services at (540) 453-2523 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Blue Ridge Community College is hosting a number of arts, health and career events to commemorate Women’s History Month in March. Continue reading
We’re glad you’ve chosen to pursue your education here. Starting college is exciting, and maybe a little confusing at the same time. You may have questions, and we’re here to help. Below are some links to information you may need now. When you are here on campus, look for employees wearing ASK ME buttons, and feel free to ask them for assistance. Best wishes for a fantastic semester!
The Blue Ridge Community College Enactus team has had great success in securing national grants to help achieve their goals of empowering others and supporting business. This year, five of those grants were: Continue reading