President Eddinger discusses inclusivity and community engagement in the arts with Gardner Museum’s Peggy Fogelman
Nursing faculty revive pulse of BHCC Nurse Education Program
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Learning Communities Institute encourages expression across cultures.
Partnerships with Amazon and Facebook Empower Small Business Owners
New partnerships with Amazon Small Business Academy and Facebook Community Boston help small business owners grown their business online and launch digital marketing Campaigns. Learn more about Corporate Learning & Professional Development opportunities offered through BHCC’s Division of Workforce and Economic Development.
TRIO Program Offers Student Support Services
BHCC’s TRIO Student Success program provides a strong, supportive community learning environment to students who have demonstrated an academic need and are first generation college students, meet federal income guidelines, or have a documented disability.
NCMPR awards BHCC Nine Medallions for Marketing Communications
BHCC’s Integrated Marketing and Communications (IMC) division brought home nine awards from the National Council for Marketing and Public Relations (NCMPR) 2019 District 1 Conference. View the College’s award-winning work.
Transforming to Advance Equity
BHCC prepares for 10-year accreditation by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE) by completing Self Study.
BHCC is here for you with remote summer classes
Summer sessions start June 1st and July 13. Register now.
A Message from the President
President Eddinger on the College’s response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
President Eddinger and Peggy Fogelman on Gardner Ambassador Program
President Eddinger sits down with Peggy Fogelman of the Isabella Steward Gardner Museum, to explore their roles in engaging young, local audiences with the arts and share details on a rewarding new program that embeds students in paid internship positions across the museum and gallery spaces.
Program Spotlight: Nurse Education
Prepare for a career as a Registered Nurse. BHCC’s Nurse Education associate degree program prepares students to take the NCLEX-RN exam.
Arts & Culture
Wen-ti Tsen’s multimedia exhibition “Hometown: Representing Boston’s Chinatown as a Place of People – Then and Now
Gina McCarthy on Climate Change
Obama-era U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy spoke to students on the importance of innovation and community-based solutions in solving climate change.
The Power of Our Latinx Voices
BHCC ‘s Hispanic Heritage month celebration brought a series of art exhibitions, discussions, and live performances centered on the theme of The Power of Our Latinx Voices.
Open the Way
Mexican-American artist Maddu Huacuja’s exhibition Open the Way dispels the myths and misperceptions about migrants through a series of paintings and drawings that inspire meditation on movement, life, migration and the journey of life to death.
Morocco – Returning to the Motherland
John’s Munson brings BHCC community on a photographic journey celebrating the places, people and cultural wealth of the photographer’s childhood in Morocco.
Distinguished Artist Scholar in Residence Program: Rhina P. Espaillat
Dominican-born poet and educator Rhina P. Espaillat has fostered creative and collective dialogue about the place of poetry in academia across disciplines and advanced the cause of cultural exchanges through a series of multilingual readings and workshops on the process of translation.