BCC Foundation Offers Internship and Mentoring Opportunities
The BCC Foundation has taken great strides to form the Internship & Mentoring Program, which is designed to provide students with the chance to gain experience by working with professionals in their selected fields of study. Tony Mahon, a Burlington County College Foundation Trustee member, has provided dedicated leadership for the committee in charge of launching this program, and the committee is excited and motivated about the prospect of helping BCC students establish their careers. With the goal of connecting students to knowledgeable mentors and beneficial internship opportunities, the committee looks forward to establishing new partnerships with local businesses.
If you are a student who would like to learn more about this program, or a local businessperson interested in providing mentoring and/or internship opportunities, please call the Foundation office at 856-222-9311 ext. 2540 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Latest News on the BCC Foundation Internship & Mentoring Program
The Burlington County Times visited The Evergreens in Moorestown to learn about the BCC Foundation paid internship program that was established there, giving two BCC students the opportunity to learn about working in a full-scale kitchen. To read the story to hear about their experiences, Click Here.
CNA Insurance has partnered with the BCC Foundation to provide a select group of hard-working students with the opportunity to take CPCU classes to help them achieve this important insurance designation. To read the story to learn more about this unique program, Click Here.
Thank You to our Partner Organizations:
Haines Family Foundation
Hampton Behavioral Health Center
Thank You to Our Committee:
Tony Mahon, Chair
Robert Ivey III
Sterling Martin III