Bridgerland Buzz

Constitution Day at Bridgerland Technical College

Today we are celebrating Constitution Day at Bridgerland Technical College. We are running a contest today to win some free movie passes! Like our Facebook page and this post, comment your favorite patriotic song and share this post with your friends to be entered to win! (also check out our Instagram page and snap chat…

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Introducing Frank Stewart – Chief Development Officer

Bridgerland Technical College (BTECH) is pleased to announce a new addition to our staff, Mr. Frank C. Stewart. Frank will be the new Chief Development Officer for the College and will support faculty, staff, and students in fund raising and development work. This will include working with and developing alumni relations; strengthening corporate partnerships for…

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Northern Utah Talent Symposium – Oct. 4

Utah’s Workforce is at a Tipping Point  DYK: Millennials are now the largest generation in the workforce surpassing boomers and traditionalist? The Northern Utah Workforce Development Alliance is hosting a Talent Symposium at the historic, Peery’s Egyptian Theater & Ogden Eccles Conference Center. The event will feature Kristen Hadeed (CEO, Ted X and Simon Sinek speaker) as our…

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Employment Essentials Workshop – Sept. 19

EMPLOYMENT ESSENTIALS When: September 19, 2017 Time: 9:00 am–1:00 pm Where: 1301 North 600 West, Logan Utah Learn strategies and tips to develop better job searching skills, skills identification, networking, resumé writing and interviewing skills. Plan to arrive 10-15 minutes before the workshop begins. Workshops START at the scheduled time. With respect to customers who…

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Gov. Herbert Visits the Bridgerland Technical College Brigham City Branch Campus

Bridgerland Technical College, in coordination with the Box Elder School District, had the pleasure of welcoming Governor Gary Herbert to our Brigham City Campus on Tuesday, August 15, 2017. The visit included a tour of the Bridgerland Technical College early morning Robotics STEM Academy. Governor Herbert met with a number of students who had excelled…

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Bridgerland Technical College and Utah State University Working Together

The Utah State Board of Regents approved a new degree, the Bachelor of Science in Technology Systems, for Utah State University on July 21. USU’s College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences partnered with Bridgerland Technical College to develop this unique “stackable” degree designed for nontraditional students. The degree allows students who have received an approved…

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Career Connections Job Fair

Get connected with a job you will love! August 23, 2017 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Bridgerland Technical College West Campus 1410 N. 1000 W. • Logan, Utah This event is FREE! Visit the Career Connections Fair page to see a list of confirmed employers!  Hundreds of local job openings. Excellent networking opportunities for career and benefited…

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Trevor Hirschi – Machining Instructor

This is Trevor Hirschi, our newest Machine instructor here at Bridgerland! He went through our program for himself 11 years ago and is now going to help others achieve what he has achieved. He as had many years of experience with machines and even has his own business. Certainly, he is a great addition to…

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A Message from our Robotics Sponsor

Employers and Participants, On behalf of our department and our students, we thank those of you who participated in our recruiting event last Friday (April 28, 2017).  We felt fantastic about what was accomplished, it was well attended, and we’re definitely going to do it again next year.  Students across the board seemed very excited…

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HJ News Interview with Dr. David R. Woolstenhulme

The Utah College of Applied Technology (UCAT) is the parent organization for Utah’s eight regional applied technology colleges, including Bridgerland Technical College. Established by the State of Utah, UCAT provides market-driven technical education through eight ATCs meeting the needs of Utah’s employers for skilled workers. Recently, the Herald Journal sat down with UCAT Commissioner Dr.…

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