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Tuesday, February 14, 2023
Information and Assistance from Student Engagement Leaders
International Students – Q & A Session
We know you have questions! Bring your immigration, employment and travel questions!
Designers and Developers Club Meeting
Trivia Game with Prizes!
Medical Laboratory Technician Information Session
Join the Medical Laboratory Department and Admissions & Recruitment staff to learn about the Admissions application process, application requirements, course work, labs, and clinical information for Bunker Hill Community College's Medical Laboratory Technician Associate Degree program.
Weekly Admissions Information Session
Join a group session to learn about BHCC programs and admissions process.
Our Admissions staff will walk you through of all of the benefits and opportunities that are available to you by becoming a student at BHCC. We will cover information about how to apply, overview of our 100+ Associate Degree & Certificate programs and the various student engagement and student recourses we have on campus to support you and your educational goals. We look forward to seeing you you soon!
Transfer Essay Writing
Medical Imaging information Session
Join the Medical Imaging Department and Admissions & Recruitment staff to learn about the Admissions application process, application requirements, course work, labs, and clinical information for Bunker Hill Community College's Medical Imaging Associate Degree Programs
Analysis of Dr. King’s ‘Beloved Community’ in Relation to the 21st Century Social Reality
Join author and BHCC Professor George Walters-Sleyon as he explores Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s argument and analysis in his book: Search for the Beloved Community. In it, he describes a social reality in the United States and the world that de-emphasizes the focus on race as the fundamental lens through which human beings are perceived. On the one hand, he provides a deconstruction of a racial consciousness as central to the United States socio-political, legal, economic, and religious engagements. On the other hand, he advances the argument for a community of simply human beings engaging one another as human beings.
Presenter Dr. George Walters-Sleyon, Adjunct Professor, Behavioral Science Department
Remarks by Denise Turner, Manager, the Office of College Events and Cultural Planning
Sponsored by the Division of Behavioral, Social Sciences & Global Learning
Join by Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89312660292?pwd=UklzcWpFaHlsYjhZYVdiSExudnI5Zz09
Meeting ID: 893 1266 0292
Dial by location: +1 646 876 9923 US (New York)
Meeting ID: 893 1266 0292