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November 6, 2022 to November 12, 2022
Join the Admissions & Recruitment department to learn about
- Central Processing Certificate
- Medical Assistant Certificate
- Paramedic Studies - Associate in Science
- Paramedic Certificate
- Patient Care Technician Certificate
- Pharmacy Technician Certificate
- Surgical Technology - Associate in Science
- Certified Nursing Aid - Courses
These Programs of Study or Certificates are offered at the Chelsea Campus and are part of the Health Pathway at Bunker Hill Community College.
Details about the application process, each program's admissions requirements, application deadlines and career outlook will be shared. We will also review clinical affiliations and clinical requirements.
*This is a mandatory information session for applicants applying to programs listed above for the Spring 2023 (January Start) program or Fall 2023 (September Start) program.*
Co-taught by a TASC writing tutors and a librarian, this workshop will help students get started with research assignments: brainstorming, choosing a topic that’s “just right,” outlining, drafting, and finding sources. Fill out the post-workshop survey and enter a chance to win an Amazon gift card. No registration required. Join: https://bhcc.webex.com/bhcc/j.php?MTID=m8b3b07b51789eac536ca63da49381978
Steps to Success Workshops Fall 2022
Students should complete Educational Planning 101 before attending this workshop. This workshop will focus on creating a personalized educational plan for upcoming semesters and to degree completion. Students will be able to plan courses and register for an upcoming semester during the session.
First-Generation at Bunker Hill Community College and Beyond: Finding the tools to succeed as a First-Gen student at BHCC and at a four-year university as a transfer student
Join us for open discussions with BHCC TRIO alumni as they share their stories and advice on navigating their academic journey as a first-generation college student. At this event, you will learn how to find strength, empowerment, and the importance of self-advocacy as a first-generation student.
Moderator: Ninette White-Marzouki, TRIO Success Coach (Academic Counselor), TRIO Student Success Program
Moderator: Carlos Castellano, TRIO Success Coach (Academic Counselor), TRIO Student Success Program
Panel: Jeffrey Rivera, Tastery Reed, Alejandra Marin, Mohamed Qasim, Tatiana Baez, Marissa Lemus-Reynoso
Meeting number: (access code): 2303 800 3897
Meeting Password: 5fcJxH2F6w3
Join by phone: 1-650-479-3208 Call in number (US/Canada)
Access code: 2303 800 3897
An overview of APA paper formatting, in-text citations, and References lists. Fill out the post-workshop survey and enter a chance to win an Amazon gift card. No registration required. Join: https://bhcc.webex.com/bhcc/j.php?MTID=m4e4153e82caea5311b56098dd4781d6b
Please join us for breakfast and conversation with BHCC students, staff, faculty, and community partners, to learn more about our six academic pathways, resources, and best practices for helping students transition to and succeed at BHCC and beyond. As a Hispanic Serving Institution, we are excited to provide breakfast that will represent the Hispanic & Latino culture for this event.
BHCC TRIO students will visit the TRIO Student Success Scholars Program at UMASS Boston for a campus tour and meet and greet. Students will share their experiences and strategies as first-generation students. This is a TRIO member only event. RSVP required