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Student Involvement Fairs provide the opportunity for students to explore the many ways to get involved on campus. From student clubs, to athletics, to support services and special programs, there are numerous opportunities for students to have more fun, meet new people, and make the most of your BHCC experience!
- 1 pm, Main Lobby
- 5 pm, Online: https://bhcc.webex.com/meet/pmoda
Pre-registration was required to get the supplies, but you can follow along at: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82949416967
We stand in solidarity with students, staff, faculty, and community members with family and friends in Puerto Rico, The Dominican Republic, The British and the U.S Virgin Islands, Turks and Caicos, and all other impacted communities in the Caribbean and the Diaspora. This session is for those of us who want to come together and reflect together on what this disaster means for us and our communities. All are welcome.
1 pm, Webex
Meeting number: 2318 929 0396; Password: JyQECSr9B35
Join by phone 1-650-479-3208 Call-in number (US/Canada); Access code: 2318 929 0396
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.*
Spaces for this event are full, but if you have paints and want to follow along, please use the link below.
6 pm, Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82949416967
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=m2dae28fdbab2a36645798e68db8a8668
Hispanic Heritage Month- Listen! A Conversation with One Book Author Jennifer De Leon
As a freshman in college, Jenn was not prepared for the academic, social, cultural, and institutional differences she would confront at her private liberal arts college in New England that she says resembled a country club. In this heartfelt, honest talk, Jennifer De Leon describes moments of conflict, roadblocks really, that she experienced as an undergraduate who dreamed of being a writer — roadblocks that she ultimately turned into stepping-stones. An inspirational keynote geared toward first-gen and students of color, but really for anyone who has ever faced adversity in any way, it concludes with a reading from her award-winning essay collection, White Space: Essays on Culture, Race, & Writing and an audience Q & A.
She is the 2022-2023 BHCC One Book Program author.
Welcome by Dr. Naoko Akai-Dennis, Assistant Professor, English Department and the One Book Coordinator
Facilitator, Dr. Melissa Colon, Assistant Professor, Behavioral Science Department
Sponsored by the Division of Humanities and Learning Communities in collaboration with the BHCC One Book Program
Meeting ID: 896 7505 5585
Dial by location: +1 646 876 9923 US (New York)
Meeting ID: 896 7505 5585
Our Student Engagement Leaders will be available to help get you connected to college events, programs and services.
12 pm - 2 pm, Webex