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1. Bergen Innovation Center Brings Real-World into Classroom
LYNDHURST, N.J – Anchored by newly renovated Bloomberg Finance, cybersecurity and gaming laboratories that will provide students with comprehensive experiential learning opportunities, The Innovation Center at Bergen Community College at the Meadowlands has opened. College President Eric M. Friedman, Ph.D., cut the ribbon on the facility alongside Board of Trustees ...
by post on 11/30/2023 08:10 am - Story - 6,079 Hits
2. Paramus Public Schools Faculty Participates in Professional Development Day
November 8, 2023: Paramus, NJ – While Paramus Public Schools were closed on Tuesday, Nov. 7 for Election Day, faculty and staff members seized the opportunity to engage in learning and expand their knowledge during a district-wide Professional Development (PD) Day.
by post on 11/09/2023 02:16 pm - Story - 5,623 Hits
3. Stop & Shop to Hold One-Day Career Fair across 57 New Jersey Stores
On-the-Spot Interviews Available for All Store Roles, Shifts, and Departments
by post on 09/20/2023 07:05 am - Story - 5,659 Hits
4. Bergen Coordinator Honored as Emerging Leader
PARAMUS, N.J. – The Meadowlands Chamber has recognized Bergen Community College’s Rachel Sloma with its “50 Under 30 Outstanding Emerging Leader” award. In celebration of the chamber’s 50th anniversary, the organization honored 50 individuals younger than 30 years-old who have made significant contributions at their places of employment. Sloma received ...
by post on 07/11/2023 09:45 am - Story - 5,360 Hits
5. NEW JERSEY REENTRY CORPORATION ANNOUNCE CULINARY PROGRAM IN PARTNERSHIP WITH BROOKDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE AND FULFILL FOOD BANK
JERSEY CITY – The New Jersey Reentry Corporation, Brookdale Community College, and Fulfill, the food bank serving Monmouth and Ocean Counties, announced the launch of The Culinary Training Program on Monday, June 5, 2023, for justice-involved individuals.
by post on 05/31/2023 09:08 pm - Story - 10,845 Hits
6. L.E.A.D. Fest Carnival Hosted by L.E.A.D. (Law Enforcement Against Drugs & Violence) Will Come to Westfield Garden State Plaza This May and June
L.E.A.D. Fest Carnival in Paramus Will Allow More Students in the Area to Learn About the Dangers of Drugs and Violence and Help Strengthen the Relationship Between Law Enforcement and the Paramus Community
by post on 05/24/2023 06:28 am - Story - 4,765 Hits
7. DIVERSITY IS GOOD FOR BUSINESS: BERKELEY COLLEGE FACULTY AND WOODBRIDGE METRO CHAMBER DISCUSS DEI IN THE WORKPLACE
Berkeley College faculty shared strategies with business owners seeking to incorporate or elevate diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) practices in their organizations, during a Woodbridge Metro Chamber of Commerce – Business Owner Resource Center event, held on Wednesday, April 12, 2023, at Berkeley College in Woodbridge, NJ. 
by post on 04/17/2023 06:15 pm - Story - 8,321 Hits
8. COMMUNITY BUILDING, NON-PROFIT PARTNERSHIPS HIGHLIGHT ACTIVE YEAR AHEAD FOR JMF PROPERTIES
Three Morris County Retail Properties Near Debut; School Building Opens in Franklin Lakes
by post on 04/13/2023 09:10 am - Story - 10,832 Hits
9. Bergen Professor Pair Honored Mariella Spagnolo and Anthony Yankowski, Psy.D.
PARAMUS, N.J. – Bergen Community College professors Mariella Spagnolo and Anthony Yankowski, Psy.D., have earned the institution’s 2022-23 National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) Excellence Award.
by post on 03/31/2023 05:06 pm - Story - 7,713 Hits
10. STEM Student Secures National Honor
PARAMUS, N.J. – Bergen Community College student Lisa Nam has earned the 2022-23 Terry O’Banion Student Technology Award and Student Developer Champion Award from the League for Innovation in the Community College. Nam, of Teaneck, will receive $1,000 for educational expenses and a plaque commemorating her achievement. The international nonprofit organization ...
by post on 03/23/2023 02:44 pm - Story - 7,560 Hits
11. Stop & Shop to Hold One-Day Career Fair at All New Jersey Stores
Aberdeen, NJ (February 21, 2022) –Stop & Shop’s New Jersey stores will host a one-day, all-store career fair on Saturday, February 25th from 11a.m. – 5p.m. Applicants interested in beginning a rewarding career with a thriving company can visit any of the supermarket’s New Jersey stores for an on-the-spot interview.
by post on 02/22/2023 07:40 am - Story - 7,653 Hits
12. Bergen Students Secure Accolades for Academic VP
PARAMUS, N.J. – Bergen Community College Vice President of Academic Affairs Brock Fisher, Ph.D., has earned the “Distinguished College Administrator” award from Phi Theta Kappa, the international honor society of two-year colleges. Students from Bergen’s award-winning Alpha Epsilon Phi chapter nominated Fisher for the honor.
by post on 02/14/2023 07:57 am - Story - 4,351 Hits
13. An Emmy Nod for Bergen Adjunct
PARAMUS, N.J. – College adjunct faculty bring varied knowledge to the classroom, often connecting their teaching to experiences in their primary careers outside higher education. In turn, students have the opportunity to reflect on a subject from both the academic and practical, broadening their understanding of a topic.
by post on 01/20/2023 06:31 pm - Story - 5,180 Hits
14. Oradell Engineers Award College $15k for Diversity Initiatives
PARAMUS, N.J. – The Oradell office of POWER Engineers and the company’s charitable foundation have awarded Bergen Community College a $15,000 grant to support student diversity initiatives in science, technology, engineering and mathematics education.
by post on 12/17/2022 06:11 am - Story - 10,944 Hits
15. Law Enforcement Against Drugs & Violence (L.E.A.D.) Students Participate in Annual Holiday Toy Drive Led by Paramus Police Department
Paramus Detective Lieutenant and L.E.A.D. Instructor, Jimmy Teehan, Promotes L.E.A.D.’s Mission of Bringing Law Enforcement and Communities Closer Together by Guiding Students to Donate Toys to Families in Need this Holiday Season
by post on 12/13/2022 06:20 pm - Story - 7,906 Hits
16. Felician University's School of Business & Information Sciences Captures Power of Radio
RUTHERFORD, NJ – Felician University’s School of Business & Information Sciences (SOBIS) is building momentum across the region for a new podcast series entitled, Elevating Education. SOBIS Assistant Professor, Dr. Joy de los Reyes, is host of this innovative podcast produced by RadioFelician under the direction of radio station manager, ...
by post on 12/09/2022 07:57 am - Story - 12,715 Hits
17. HOLIDAY BAZAAR IN TENAFLY, N.J. AT THE SPRING
(Tenafly, N.J. – December 8, 2022) It is officially the holiday shopping season, and nothing is more remarkable for family and friends than finding creative, one-of-a-kind gifts.
by post on 12/09/2022 07:47 am - Story - 10,877 Hits
18. THE SPRING
A WELLNESS COLLECTIVE OPENS IN TENAFLY, NJ
by post on 11/19/2022 10:26 am - Story - 6,549 Hits
19. County, Teaneck Creek Conservancy Celebrate Eco-Restoration of Teaneck Creek Park
Teaneck Creek Conservancy trails and butterfly gardens reopen to the public
by post on 10/26/2022 09:12 pm - Story - 13,463 Hits
20. Kean Skylands to Host Fall Learning Festival
A free, family event on the Jefferson, NJ campus of Kean University
by post on 10/22/2022 08:30 am - Story - 8,258 Hits
21. Kean University Enrolling Largest Freshman Class Ever for Fall 2022
UNION, N.J. — Kean University’s freshman enrollment this fall is projected to be the highest in the University’s history, with more than 2,000 students currently registered for classes, University officials announced.
by post on 09/01/2022 02:09 pm - Story - 11,831 Hits
22. Paramus Detective Lieutenant Jimmy Teehan is Featured in Podcast Episode of ‘A Police Officer You Should Know With Joe Piscopo’
Local L.E.A.D. Program in Paramus Gets National Exposure as Lieutenant Teehan Joins Podcast Launched by L.E.A.D. to Share His Impact on Students by Teaching Risks of Drugs and Violence
by post on 08/18/2022 08:36 pm - Story - 7,510 Hits
23. Grant Pushes Play on New Equipment for Preschool
PARAMUS, N.J. – Leveraging a portion of a $208,434 federal grant, Bergen Community College unveiled new playground equipment for its on-campus early learning facility and dedicated the space in honor of its longtime director, Sally Dionisio, who will soon retire. The unveiling and dedication took place Aug. 1 at the ...
by post on 08/10/2022 06:17 pm - Story - 10,539 Hits
24. Paramus L.E.A.D. Fest Carnival
... of the carnival, please visit https://www.theleadfest.com/p/events/garden-state-plaza. The carnival will benefit the L.E.A.D. program, which provides services “on the street” and “in the classroom” to bring law enforcement and communities closer together, in Paramus. The “in the classroom” program is taught by 3000 trained instructors in 41 states. ...
by Anonymous on 05/25/2022 08:00 pm - Calendar > Site Events - 18,568 Hits
25. Jeffrey B. Perry, A Spartan Who Took a Different Path
... It would be enlightening to hear about what discussions/arguments or other interactions Perry may have had with history teachers during his years at PHS. In my day (PHS ‘65) the history classrooms were an arena for progressive/opposite-of-progressive ideas, with the teachers facilitating discussions and expressing their own opinions.
by Anonymous on 02/14/2022 01:47 pm - Story > Comment - 0 Hits
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