Local students are invited to a free day of networking, career development and scholarship opportunities on Feb. 23 during the fourth annual Minority Male Initiative conference, hosted by Brookdale Community College and the Monmouth/Ocean County Pan Hellenic Council.
Six of William Shakespeare’s most iconic heroines will share the stage as Brookdale Community College presents “When Shakespeare’s Ladies Meet” for the final time on February 18 at 2 p.m. on the college’s Lincroft campus.
Manasquan High School is partnering with Brookdale Community College to offer a select group of students the opportunity to earn their high school diploma and associate’s degree at the same time.
Susan Looney, J.D., Ed.D., Senior Vice President of Academic Affairs/Provost, was named the 6th President of Reading Area Community College by the College’s Board of Trustees this evening, marking the successful conclusion of a comprehensive national search.
Susan Looney will become Reading Area Community College’s new president, its board of trustees announced.
Students in three Monmouth County school districts will have the opportunity to earn an associate degree before graduating from high school as part of new Early College High School (ECHS) programs offered in partnership with Brookdale Community College.
Sheriff Shaun Golden of the Monmouth County Sheriff’s Office of New Jersey (MCSONJ) recently became a recipient of the prestigious Outstanding 911 Call Center/Program Award
Lunch Break has been serving hot meals and providing services to Red Bank’s underprivileged for over three decades.
Pat and Steve Miller, graduates of Al Gore’s training program on climate change, will provide recent examples of problems caused by climate change, steps that are being taken to counter these problems, and why the future still looks hopeful, in a talk at 6 p.m, Monday, Feb. 26 at Brookdale Community College, Lincroft.
Congressman Chris Smith (R-NJ) on Wednesday will participate in the Capitol Hill presentation of the “Outstanding 9-1-1 Call Center Award” to Monmouth County’s 911 Center for its “overall excellence in serving the public.”