It's not just what happens on campus and in the classroom that makes RACC a special place for so many people. This section takes a look at students' accomplishments and community involvement as well as profiling endeavors of faculty and staff. Continue on below to read about the amazing people who call RACC home.
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Fred Jackson spent 13 years at the same place, but now he's looking forward to new challenges ahead.
Jewell Brown has a musical gift and she is taking advantage of our Dual Admissions agreement with Temple to continue her musical training.
After jobs in factories and trying her own business, Dawn Heinbach feels like she found her career path.
Mary Rus learned about hard work from her parents and will soon be one of the youngest students to graduate from the nursing program.
Betsy Talbert is taking advantage of RACC's Early Admissions program to get a head start on her college education.
Sana Malik came to RACC planning for a career in fashion, until she discovered a secret talent and passion.
Gary Matthews knows what it is like to be down on your luck in life. Now he is back in school training for a career to help others in need.
Samara Ortiz has been preparing for a career in early childhood education since she was 5 years old.
Jed Holzmacher returned to college for a new career and to set a positive example for his three children.
Graduates of the Medical Laboratory Technician program returned to campus for a special Career Day visit with current students.
David Blalock introduced a project he created at the national respiratory conference in early November.
Faculty and Staff
Nursing professor Patricia Schmehl has written a book about concept mapping for nursing students.
Former RACC instructor Dr. John Morgan authors book inspired by students.
Adjunct instructor Phil Coles can tell you all you need to know about mushrooms.
Ben Rosenberger dreams that one day the RACC Run will lead to an endowed scholarship at RACC.
Dr. Amelia Capotosta spent the last few weeks of summer working at a clinic in South Sudan.
Sue Gelsinger, RACC's Student Activities Coordinator, was once herself a student walking the same halls.
In the Community
RACC Business students recently traveled to the New York Stock Exchange.
The RACC Readers returned this spring, planting flowers and reading to children at the College's Education Laboratory Center.
RACC employee and alum Kim Rivera is working to bring Girls on the Run, a program that will teach young girls about self-esteem through running, to Berks County.