|7||Congratulations to Power Utility Program Graduates
EPUT program alumni pursue goals in the energy industry
The Vision of the Community College Hub
|16||Workforce Development Programs Meet Industry Demands
Short-term training programs connect employers with skilled workers
|20||Internship Pipeline Lessens Equity Gap
STEM Internship Initiative expands paid opportunities for BHCC students
BHCC students and alumni turn passions into purpose
Boston on Track
Community Colleges Unlock Potential – Bunker Hill Community College and Roxbury Community College partner to create a passionate community of educators, industry leaders, professionals, and college students in the Greater Boston area in WCVB Channel 5 Campaign.
Rapid Recovery and Reemployment Programs
Earn an industry-recognized certificate and launch a new career with one of our new short-term training programs. Opportunities are available in technology, healthcare and more. Scholarships available for those who are unemployed or in financial need. Learn more at bhcc.edu/training.
Electric Power Utility Technology (EPUT)
Offered in partnership with Eversource, Local 369, Utility Workers Union of America and Local 12004 United Steel Workers Union, EPUT offers the training necessary for a career in the gas and electric industry. Learn more at bhcc.edu/eput
Dallas Herring Lecture: Insights from the Pandemic
Watch President Eddinger present “Insights from the Pandemic: The Reckoning and the Hope at Our Nation’s Community Colleges.”
Espaillat on Restoring Community
Watch Distinguished Artist and Scholar in Residence Rhina P. Espaillat read “Seedlings,” a new poem she wrote for the third annual Dominicans on the Hill event that focused on engagement and collaboration in Dominican-American communities as we prepare for future recovery in a post-COVID-19 world.
Preparing Employers for Community College Interns
Watch the presentation co-hosted by The Boston Foundation featuring BHCC Dean Austin Gilliland, Professional Studies; Lee Santos Silva, Director, Center for Equity and Cultural Wealth; and Stephanie Bryzkowski, Director, Internships and Career Development.
DISH Food Pantry
The DISH Food Pantry delivers on food access. Learn more and donate at bhcc.edu/dishfoodpantry
See Yourself in STEM
Watch STEM Alumni reflect on their experiences with STEM Mentorship partners BioNTech US, Merck, and more.
Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation
Offered in partnership with UMass Boston, the Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP) grant at BHCC supports opportunities for internships and career development for minority students majoring in STEM. View upcoming events and learn more at bhcc.edu/lsamp
Arts & Culture
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.