|11||Celebrating the Class of 2022
BHCC brings Commencement back to campus for this year’s graduating class.
President Eddinger sits down with Mayor Michelle Wu to discuss her vision for strengthening education.
|17||Breaking Ground in Charlestown
New Student Success Center expands student services and learning commons.
|18||BHCC Launches Enterprise Center for Entrepreneurship and Training in Chelsea
New center will help connect small businesses communities with training, expertise and resources.
HOPE Initiative empowers Black males and Latinos at BHCC
Learning Communities outcomes bring renewed focus on asset-based and culturally relevant practices.
Pao Arts Center 5th Anniversary Celebration
View photos from the launch of the VISIONS/VOICES: YEAR OF THE TIGER performance series. A program collaboration between Pao Arts Center & Bunker Hill Community College.
Video: Ethnographies of Work
New video shows how Ethnographies of Work (EoW) empowers students to reflect on and research career pathways from a variety of disciplinary standpoints. Originating at Guttman Community College in New York, BHCC completes its third year of implementation broadening the scope of EoW integrating courses.
Celebrating the Class of 2022
Congratulations to all our graduates! Enjoy a few ceremony highlights including the recording of the 2022 Commencement Ceremony, photos, a press release, and more!
“Be Mass Competitive” Program
Specialized training and career placement at employers such as Bank of America, Wayfair, Suffolk, Mass General Brigham, and more. Paid on-the-job training in customer service and general professional administrative at no cost, made possible by the Massachusetts Council of Community Colleges and the Mass Competitive Partnership.
Boston Welcome Back Center
Were you a nurse in your homeland? Do you want to be a nurse in Massachusetts? Are you having trouble getting licensed here? The Welcome Back Center assists nurses trained in other countries gain licensure in Massachusetts.
DISH Food Pantry
The DISH Food Pantry delivers on food access. Learn more and donate at bhcc.edu/dishfoodpantry
Arts & Culture
Brother of the late George Floyd focused on the importance of advocacy and using your own voice to effect change.
Sean K. Ellis
Criminal justice activist whose case of wrongful incarceration was released in the Netflix documentary “Title 4” spoke about resilience, community, criminal justice reform.
Award-winning author of Covering: The Hidden Assault on Our Civil Rights presents at BHCC.