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Monday, April 1, 2019

College Representative Visit from Salem State University

Information Sessions
Transfer Services
Time: 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.Where: C-LobbyHost: Transfer Services
Time: 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.Where: C-LobbyHost: Transfer Services

Transfer Planning & Applying

Workshops
Transfer Services
Time: 4 - 5 p.m.Where: LifeMap Lab, E-225Host: Transfer Services

Tuesday, April 2, 2019

College Representative Visit from Eastern Nazarene College

Information Sessions
Transfer Services
Time: 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.Where: C-LobbyHost: Transfer Services
This workshop will focus on how students can market their skills, education and experience to a potential employer. Resume formatting, style and tips will be discussed. Cover letters will also be reviewed. Registration is not required.
Time: 11:30 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.Where: LifeMap Lab, E-225Host: LifeMap
This workshop will focus on educational planning for upcoming semesters. Students will be able to plan their courses for future semesters and to degree completion. Registration is not required.
Time: 1 - 2:15 p.m.Where: LifeMap Lab, E-225Host: LifeMap

Commencement Information Session

Information Sessions
Graduation Events
Time: 1 p.m.Where: C202Host: Commencement
Join award-winning poet and BHCC Professor Enzo Silon Surin in a reading and conversation with Master Griot poet and co-founder of the Black Arts Movement Askia Touré. The two poets will discuss the Black Arts Movement's cross-cultural and cross-generational influence and the future of art as a sustainable activism tool in the quest for social justice.
Time: 1 p.m.Where: A300 Auditorium, Charlestown CampusHost: National Poetry Month

Wednesday, April 3, 2019

Medical Imaging Information Session

Information Sessions
Medical Imaging
Time: 8:30 - 9:30 a.m.Where: C202Host: Medical Imaging

Cambridge College Application Day

Information Sessions
Transfer Services
Time: 12 - 2 p.m.Where: LifeMap, E235Host: Transfer Services
Time: 1 - 2:30 p.m.Where: C-LobbyHost: Transfer Services

Transfer Planning & Applying

Workshops
Transfer Services
Time: 2:30 - 3:30 p.m.Where: LifeMap Lab, E-225Host: Transfer Services
This workshop will focus on how students can market their skills, education and experience to a potential employer. Resume formatting, style and tips will be discussed. Cover letters will also be reviewed. Registration is not required.
Time: 4 - 5:15 p.m.Where: LifeMap Lab, E-225Host: LifeMap

Thursday, April 4, 2019

Harvard University: Recruiting Veterans for Summer Lab Programs

Information Sessions
Veterans%2C Visiting Colleges
Time: 12 - 2 p.m.Where: BHCC Veterans CenterHost: Veterans Center

Volunteer 101

Event
Community Engagement
There are many reasons people decide to volunteer. Find your reasons and learn the steps to becoming a successful volunteer
Time: 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.Where: E232Host: Community Engagement
This session is only for students who are applying for post-completion OPT. Recommended for students who have completed their degree at BHCC.
Time: 1 - 2 p.m.Where: E-236Host: International Center

Friday, April 5, 2019

College Representative Visit from Boston College - Woods

Information Sessions
Transfer Services
Time: 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.Where: C-LobbyHost: Transfer Services

Room to Grow

Event
Community Engagement
Sort baby clothes, toys, and books for families in Greater Boston.
Featuring Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley and Pay Our Interns Co-Founder Guillermo Creamer Jr
Time: 10 a.m.Where: C202

Transfer Planning & Applying

Workshops
Transfer Services
Time: 2:30 - 3:30 p.m.Where: LifeMap Lab, E-225Host: Transfer Services

Monday, April 8, 2019

Volunteer 101

Event
Community Engagement
There are many reasons people decide to volunteer. Find your reasons and learn the steps to becoming a successful volunteer
Time: 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.Where: E232Host: Community Engagement
Time: 1 - 4 p.m.Where: C-LobbyHost: Transfer Services
This workshop will provide students with an overview of creating a LinkedIn profile, setting up security and privacy features, creating a branding statement and “vanity” url, and summarizing interests and experiences to attract potential employers. There will also be an overview of using LinkedIn to do company research, search for jobs, and join career groups. Registration is not required.
Time: 2:30 - 3:45 p.m.Where: LifeMap Lab, E-225Host: LifeMap

Tuesday, April 9, 2019

College Representative Visit from Eastern Nazarene College

Information Sessions
Transfer Services
Time: 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.Where: C-LobbyHost: Transfer Services

College Representative Visit from Cambridge College

Information Sessions
Transfer Services
Time: 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.Where: C-LobbyHost: Transfer Services

East End House

Event
Community Engagement
Provide fresh produce and canned foods to low– income residents in Cambridge
Time: 11 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.Host: Register now for the Community Engagement event
This workshop will focus on how students can market their skills, education and experience to a potential employer. Resume formatting, style and tips will be discussed. Cover letters will also be reviewed. Registration is not required.
Time: 11:30 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.Where: LifeMap Lab, E-225Host: LifeMap

Prison Book Program

Event
Community Engagement
Select and package books for prisoners.

BHCC Talks

Event
Art Gallery
Connect with the BHCC Distinguished Artist Scholar in Residence, Dr. Robin Chandler in person and experience the power and diversity of her provocative and multi-disciplinary work. Each interactive discussion in the series will be inspired by a different piece of art from the exhibition.
Time: 6 p.m.Where: Mary L. Fifield Art Gallery

Wednesday, April 10, 2019

April 10 to May 18, 2019 Artists' Reception May 2, 2019, 6 p.m. This exhibition explores the tension between historical and contemporary conceptions of “power” and “privilege.” These works are intended to both expand and challenge awareness of current issues, institutions, and individualized views. Each artist celebrates individual form and personal interpretation. No one subject, medium, technique or style is duplicated, and each artist has chosen to engage in an often-uncomfortable dialogue between diverging perspectives of power and privilege. Curated by Julio S. Flores, Associate Professor in the Visual and Media Arts Department Featuring twelve Visual and Media Arts Department faculty members, Bunker Hill Community College: Yong Chen, Gary Duehr, Erica Flores, Julio S. Flores, Tamblyn Griffiths, James Lambert, Liza Lynch, James “Ari” Montford, Claire Roll, Marc Schepens Abigail Wamboldt and Katie Wild
Where: Pao Arts Center (inside the One Greenway building, Chinatown) 99 Albany Street, BostonHost: Art Gallery
This workshop will focus on exploring the use and importance of citations. Topics will include how and when to use citations in an academic paper and how to distinguish reliable sources. There will also be an overview of APA formatting.Registration is not required.
Time: 10 - 11:15 a.m.Where: LifeMap Lab, E-225Host: LifeMap
Time: 1 - 2:30 p.m.Where: C-LobbyHost: Transfer Services
This session is only for students who are applying for post-completion OPT. Recommended for students who have completed their degree at BHCC.
Time: 1 - 2 p.m.Where: E-236Host: International Center

Transfer Planning & Applying

Workshops
Transfer Services
Time: 2:30 - 3:30 p.m.Where: LifeMap Lab, E-225Host: Transfer Services
This workshop will focus on how students can market their skills, education and experience to a potential employer. Resume formatting, style and tips will be discussed. Cover letters will also be reviewed. Registration is not required.
Time: 4 - 5:15 p.m.Where: LifeMap Lab, E-225Host: LifeMap

Thursday, April 11, 2019

April 10 to May 18, 2019 Artists' Reception May 2, 2019, 6 p.m. This exhibition explores the tension between historical and contemporary conceptions of “power” and “privilege.” These works are intended to both expand and challenge awareness of current issues, institutions, and individualized views. Each artist celebrates individual form and personal interpretation. No one subject, medium, technique or style is duplicated, and each artist has chosen to engage in an often-uncomfortable dialogue between diverging perspectives of power and privilege. Curated by Julio S. Flores, Associate Professor in the Visual and Media Arts Department Featuring twelve Visual and Media Arts Department faculty members, Bunker Hill Community College: Yong Chen, Gary Duehr, Erica Flores, Julio S. Flores, Tamblyn Griffiths, James Lambert, Liza Lynch, James “Ari” Montford, Claire Roll, Marc Schepens Abigail Wamboldt and Katie Wild
Where: Pao Arts Center (inside the One Greenway building, Chinatown) 99 Albany Street, BostonHost: Art Gallery
This workshop will focus on how students can use a resume, position description and company research to prepare for potential interview questions. Students will also learn how to prepare for phone and in-person interviews. Registration is not required.
Time: 10 - 11:15 a.m.Where: LifeMap Lab, E-225Host: LifeMap

Spring 2019 Jazz Celebration

Event
Performing Arts
The BHCC Jazz Celebration series began in the spring of 1999 with a 100th birthday celebration for Duke Ellington. Continuing in this tradition for nearly two decades, the BHCC Jazz Fest has paid tribute to the contributions of jazz luminaries such as Miles Davis, Charlie Parker and Billie Holiday, as well as the lesser known, but still important jazz musicians.
Time: 1:00 p.m. - 2:15 p.m.Where: A300 auditoriumHost: Jazz Fest
Bunker Hill Community College Chelsea Campus Announces its collaboration with ASA (American Student Assistance) Education and Career Planning Center for the presentation of the following “Boot Camp/Lunch & Learn” Workshops
Thursday, March 28, 2019, 1 p.m. – 2:15 p.m., Chelsea Campus, Room 406 Personal Skills – Relationships in the Workplace, Adaptability, Professionalism, and Reliability Thursday, April 11, 2019, 1 p.m. – 2:15 p.m., Chelsea Campus, Room 412 People Skills – Cross-Cultural/Diversity Awareness, Respectful Communication, and Stereotypes & Discrimination Thursday, April 18, 2019, 1 p.m. – 2:15 p.m., Chelsea Campus, Room 412 Workplace Skills 1 – Prioritization & Delegation, Attention & Focus, Avoiding Task Overload, and Goal Setting Thursday, May 2, 2019, 1 p.m. – 2:15 pm, Chelsea Campus, Room 412 Workplace Skills 2 – Honesty & Values, Teamwork, Solution Focus, and Decision Making
Workshop Presenter Luis Cabral, Senior Education Advisor Career Specialist “Students will develop the essential interpersonal and soft skills to succeed in college and beyond in their chosen career.” Join us for this vital information and luncheon. R.S.V.P. Sharon Caulfield (617)228-2339, or scaulfie@bhcc.mass.edu
Time: 1 - 2:15 p.m.Where: Chelsea Campus, Room 412Host: BHCC Chelsea Campus
Connect with renowned Poet, Translator and Educator Rhina Espaillat, along with Lyricist and Poet Alfred Nicol and Master Musicians John Tavano, Roger Kimball and Kate Sullivan, for a captivating performance of traditional and contemporary melopoeia, exploring the artistic and literary history of spoken word and melody across centuries and civilizations.
Time: 1 p.m.Where: C202, Charlestown CampusHost: National Poetry Month
On Thursday, April 11 at 1 p.m. the Paralegal and Legal Studies Department will host the Honorable John E. McDonald, Jr., First Justice of the East Boston Division of the Boston Municipal Court in E175. Please come and hear Judge McDonald speak and have an opportunity to ask questions.
Time: 1 p.m.Where: E175
This workshop will focus on the importance of networking as a key skill in today's competitive job market. Students will learn the basics behind networking events and the purpose behind an informational interview. There will also be a focus on conducting an effective job search on various search engines, setting up daily searches and using social media. Registration is not required.
Time: 2:30 - 3:45 p.m.Where: LifeMap Lab, E-225Host: LifeMap

General Admissions Information Session

Information Sessions%2C Admissions Info Session
Advising and Registration
Time: 5:30 - 6:30 p.m.Where: LifeMap E235Host: Admissions

Friday, April 12, 2019

April 10 to May 18, 2019 Artists' Reception May 2, 2019, 6 p.m. This exhibition explores the tension between historical and contemporary conceptions of “power” and “privilege.” These works are intended to both expand and challenge awareness of current issues, institutions, and individualized views. Each artist celebrates individual form and personal interpretation. No one subject, medium, technique or style is duplicated, and each artist has chosen to engage in an often-uncomfortable dialogue between diverging perspectives of power and privilege. Curated by Julio S. Flores, Associate Professor in the Visual and Media Arts Department Featuring twelve Visual and Media Arts Department faculty members, Bunker Hill Community College: Yong Chen, Gary Duehr, Erica Flores, Julio S. Flores, Tamblyn Griffiths, James Lambert, Liza Lynch, James “Ari” Montford, Claire Roll, Marc Schepens Abigail Wamboldt and Katie Wild
Where: Pao Arts Center (inside the One Greenway building, Chinatown) 99 Albany Street, BostonHost: Art Gallery

Transfer Planning & Applying

Workshops
Transfer Services
Time: 2:30 - 3:30 p.m.Where: LifeMap Lab, E-225Host: Transfer Services

Friday Night Supper

Event
Community Engagement
Help serve warm nutritious meals to people in need.

Saturday, April 13, 2019

April 10 to May 18, 2019 Artists' Reception May 2, 2019, 6 p.m. This exhibition explores the tension between historical and contemporary conceptions of “power” and “privilege.” These works are intended to both expand and challenge awareness of current issues, institutions, and individualized views. Each artist celebrates individual form and personal interpretation. No one subject, medium, technique or style is duplicated, and each artist has chosen to engage in an often-uncomfortable dialogue between diverging perspectives of power and privilege. Curated by Julio S. Flores, Associate Professor in the Visual and Media Arts Department Featuring twelve Visual and Media Arts Department faculty members, Bunker Hill Community College: Yong Chen, Gary Duehr, Erica Flores, Julio S. Flores, Tamblyn Griffiths, James Lambert, Liza Lynch, James “Ari” Montford, Claire Roll, Marc Schepens Abigail Wamboldt and Katie Wild
Where: Pao Arts Center (inside the One Greenway building, Chinatown) 99 Albany Street, BostonHost: Art Gallery
Time: 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.Where: Visual Media Arts Studio, E 148Host: Art Gallery
Deliver flowers to elders living in the Greater Boston area.

Sunday, April 14, 2019

April 10 to May 18, 2019 Artists' Reception May 2, 2019, 6 p.m. This exhibition explores the tension between historical and contemporary conceptions of “power” and “privilege.” These works are intended to both expand and challenge awareness of current issues, institutions, and individualized views. Each artist celebrates individual form and personal interpretation. No one subject, medium, technique or style is duplicated, and each artist has chosen to engage in an often-uncomfortable dialogue between diverging perspectives of power and privilege. Curated by Julio S. Flores, Associate Professor in the Visual and Media Arts Department Featuring twelve Visual and Media Arts Department faculty members, Bunker Hill Community College: Yong Chen, Gary Duehr, Erica Flores, Julio S. Flores, Tamblyn Griffiths, James Lambert, Liza Lynch, James “Ari” Montford, Claire Roll, Marc Schepens Abigail Wamboldt and Katie Wild
Where: Pao Arts Center (inside the One Greenway building, Chinatown) 99 Albany Street, BostonHost: Art Gallery

Monday, April 15, 2019

April 10 to May 18, 2019 Artists' Reception May 2, 2019, 6 p.m. This exhibition explores the tension between historical and contemporary conceptions of “power” and “privilege.” These works are intended to both expand and challenge awareness of current issues, institutions, and individualized views. Each artist celebrates individual form and personal interpretation. No one subject, medium, technique or style is duplicated, and each artist has chosen to engage in an often-uncomfortable dialogue between diverging perspectives of power and privilege. Curated by Julio S. Flores, Associate Professor in the Visual and Media Arts Department Featuring twelve Visual and Media Arts Department faculty members, Bunker Hill Community College: Yong Chen, Gary Duehr, Erica Flores, Julio S. Flores, Tamblyn Griffiths, James Lambert, Liza Lynch, James “Ari” Montford, Claire Roll, Marc Schepens Abigail Wamboldt and Katie Wild
Where: Pao Arts Center (inside the One Greenway building, Chinatown) 99 Albany Street, BostonHost: Art Gallery

Tuesday, April 16, 2019

April 10 to May 18, 2019 Artists' Reception May 2, 2019, 6 p.m. This exhibition explores the tension between historical and contemporary conceptions of “power” and “privilege.” These works are intended to both expand and challenge awareness of current issues, institutions, and individualized views. Each artist celebrates individual form and personal interpretation. No one subject, medium, technique or style is duplicated, and each artist has chosen to engage in an often-uncomfortable dialogue between diverging perspectives of power and privilege. Curated by Julio S. Flores, Associate Professor in the Visual and Media Arts Department Featuring twelve Visual and Media Arts Department faculty members, Bunker Hill Community College: Yong Chen, Gary Duehr, Erica Flores, Julio S. Flores, Tamblyn Griffiths, James Lambert, Liza Lynch, James “Ari” Montford, Claire Roll, Marc Schepens Abigail Wamboldt and Katie Wild
Where: Pao Arts Center (inside the One Greenway building, Chinatown) 99 Albany Street, BostonHost: Art Gallery

College Representative Visit from Boston College - Woods

Information Sessions
Transfer Services
Time: 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.Where: C-LobbyHost: Transfer Services
Time: 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.Where: C-LobbyHost: Transfer Services
Join BHCC Distinguished Artist Scholar in Residence Dr. Robin Chandler and award-winning author, poet and cultural educator Larry Spotted Crow Mann, and others, for a series of workshops and a special performance that will examine various forms of sorrow, anguish and distress, while embracing creative means of understanding, expressing and managing grief that is both personal and global in nature. Workshop I The Gift of Poetry Find strength, meaning, and beauty in this interactive workshop that uses multiple poetic forms of writing and personal expression to explore individual and global expressions of grief. With Dr. Robin Chandler and Larry Spotted Crow Mann
Time: 11 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.Where: Mary L. Fifield Gallery, Charlestown CampusHost: National Poetry Month
This workshop will focus on how students can market their skills, education and experience to a potential employer. Resume formatting, style and tips will be discussed. Cover letters will also be reviewed. Registration is not required.
Time: 11:30 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.Where: LifeMap Lab, E-225Host: LifeMap

Medical Laboratory Technician Information Session

Information Sessions
Medical Laboratory Technician
Time: 11:30 a.m - 12:30 p.m.Where: B110Host: MLT Info sessions

Cradles to Crayons

Event
Community Engagement
Sort books, clothing, shoes and toys for children in need.
Time: 12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.Host: Register now for the Community Engagement event
This session will provide an overview of all employment options for international students. Recommended for all international students.
Time: 1 - 2:15 p.m.Where: E-225 (LifeMap)Host: International Center
“To Find a Place Where She Can Be” A Reading and Discussion with BHCC Alumna and Children's Book Author Romula Savino Connect with BHCC alumna Romula Savino for a very special reading and exhibition of original fine art illustrations from her moving book A Place to Be, which she conceived and created while a student at the College. With remarks by Kathleen O'Neill, Director, Single Stop Program
Time: 6 p.m.Where: Library and Learning Commons, Charlestown CampusHost: National Poetry Month

Music Programs Information Session

Information Sessions
Performing Arts
Time: 6 - 7 p.m.Where: Charlestown Campus Room A-300Host: Performing Arts

Wednesday, April 17, 2019

April 10 to May 18, 2019 Artists' Reception May 2, 2019, 6 p.m. This exhibition explores the tension between historical and contemporary conceptions of “power” and “privilege.” These works are intended to both expand and challenge awareness of current issues, institutions, and individualized views. Each artist celebrates individual form and personal interpretation. No one subject, medium, technique or style is duplicated, and each artist has chosen to engage in an often-uncomfortable dialogue between diverging perspectives of power and privilege. Curated by Julio S. Flores, Associate Professor in the Visual and Media Arts Department Featuring twelve Visual and Media Arts Department faculty members, Bunker Hill Community College: Yong Chen, Gary Duehr, Erica Flores, Julio S. Flores, Tamblyn Griffiths, James Lambert, Liza Lynch, James “Ari” Montford, Claire Roll, Marc Schepens Abigail Wamboldt and Katie Wild
Where: Pao Arts Center (inside the One Greenway building, Chinatown) 99 Albany Street, BostonHost: Art Gallery

Women’s Lunch Place

Event
Community Engagement
Help serve meals to homeless women in Boston.
Time: 10:15 a.m. – 3 p.m.Host: Register now for the Community Engagement event
Northeastern University College of Professional Studies Application Day https://cps.northeastern.edu/
Time: 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.Where: D-LoungeHost: Transfer Services

Mobile Food Pantry

Single Stop
Pre-registration required. Register by April 12. Registration at Single Stop, D206
Time: 12:30 - 1:15 p.m.Where: Outside the Health and Wellness Center - G BuildingHost: Single Stop
University of Mass, Boston Campus Application Day https://www.umb.edu/
Time: 12 - 2 p.m.Where: LifeMap, E235Host: Transfer Services

Volunteer 101

Event
Community Engagement
There are many reasons people decide to volunteer. Find your reasons and learn the steps to becoming a successful volunteer.
Time: 1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.Where: E232Host: Community Engagement

Volunteer 102

Event
Community Engagement
Take your volunteering to the next level! Whether you want to gain more experience in your field or explore a new industry, let us help you find the right long-term volunteer opportunity for you.
Time: 2 - 3 p.m.Where: Innovation Lab E230Host: Community Engagement

Transfer Essay

Workshops
Transfer Services
Time: 2:30 - 3:30 p.m.Where: LifeMap Lab, E-225Host: Transfer Services
This workshop will focus on how students can market their skills, education and experience to a potential employer. Resume formatting, style and tips will be discussed. Cover letters will also be reviewed. Registration is not required.
Time: 4 - 5:15 p.m.Where: LifeMap Lab, E-225Host: LifeMap
Come explore the fusion of jazz and poetry with Professor Tim McLaughlin, the BHCC Jazz Ensemble and guest musicians, Adjunct Professor Jean-Dany Joachim and other Boston Poets.
Time: 4 - 6 p.m.Where: D Lounge, Charlestown CampusHost: National Poetry Month

Commencement Information Session

Information Sessions
Graduation Events
Time: 5 p.m.Where: C202Host: Commencement

Thursday, April 18, 2019

April 10 to May 18, 2019 Artists' Reception May 2, 2019, 6 p.m. This exhibition explores the tension between historical and contemporary conceptions of “power” and “privilege.” These works are intended to both expand and challenge awareness of current issues, institutions, and individualized views. Each artist celebrates individual form and personal interpretation. No one subject, medium, technique or style is duplicated, and each artist has chosen to engage in an often-uncomfortable dialogue between diverging perspectives of power and privilege. Curated by Julio S. Flores, Associate Professor in the Visual and Media Arts Department Featuring twelve Visual and Media Arts Department faculty members, Bunker Hill Community College: Yong Chen, Gary Duehr, Erica Flores, Julio S. Flores, Tamblyn Griffiths, James Lambert, Liza Lynch, James “Ari” Montford, Claire Roll, Marc Schepens Abigail Wamboldt and Katie Wild
Where: Pao Arts Center (inside the One Greenway building, Chinatown) 99 Albany Street, BostonHost: Art Gallery

College Representative Visit from Eastern Nazarene College

Information Sessions
Transfer Services
Time: 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.Where: C-LobbyHost: Transfer Services
Bunker Hill Community College Chelsea Campus Announces its collaboration with ASA (American Student Assistance) Education and Career Planning Center for the presentation of the following “Boot Camp/Lunch & Learn” Workshops
Thursday, March 28, 2019, 1 p.m. – 2:15 p.m., Chelsea Campus, Room 406 Personal Skills – Relationships in the Workplace, Adaptability, Professionalism, and Reliability Thursday, April 11, 2019, 1 p.m. – 2:15 p.m., Chelsea Campus, Room 412 People Skills – Cross-Cultural/Diversity Awareness, Respectful Communication, and Stereotypes & Discrimination Thursday, April 18, 2019, 1 p.m. – 2:15 p.m., Chelsea Campus, Room 412 Workplace Skills 1 – Prioritization & Delegation, Attention & Focus, Avoiding Task Overload, and Goal Setting Thursday, May 2, 2019, 1 p.m. – 2:15 pm, Chelsea Campus, Room 412 Workplace Skills 2 – Honesty & Values, Teamwork, Solution Focus, and Decision Making
Workshop Presenter Luis Cabral, Senior Education Advisor Career Specialist “Students will develop the essential interpersonal and soft skills to succeed in college and beyond in their chosen career.” Join us for this vital information and luncheon. R.S.V.P. Sharon Caulfield (617)228-2339, or scaulfie@bhcc.mass.edu
Time: 1 - 2:15 p.m.Where: Chelsea Campus, Room 412Host: BHCC Chelsea Campus
BHCC Presents STEM Alumna Veronika Kivenson An Eight Year Journey from BHCC to PhD: Internships, Study Abroad, Transfer, and Bioinformatics
Time: 1 p.m.Where: Charlestown Campus, C202

Volunteer 101

Event
Community Engagement
There are many reasons people decide to volunteer. Find your reasons and learn the steps to becoming a successful volunteer.
Time: 2 p.m. - 3 p.m.Where: E232Host: Community Engagement

Daily Table

Event
Commonwealth Commitment
Package and stock food at a community market in Dorchester.
Time: 6 p.m.Where: A-300
Be inspired by poet, teaching artist and community organizer Princess Moon as she shares selections from her recent collection, The Genocide's Love Baby Learns to Sing and other poems. With remarks by Professor Aurora Bautista
Time: 6 p.m.Where: Library and Learning Commons, Charlestown CampusHost: National Poetry Month

Friday, April 19, 2019

April 10 to May 18, 2019 Artists' Reception May 2, 2019, 6 p.m. This exhibition explores the tension between historical and contemporary conceptions of “power” and “privilege.” These works are intended to both expand and challenge awareness of current issues, institutions, and individualized views. Each artist celebrates individual form and personal interpretation. No one subject, medium, technique or style is duplicated, and each artist has chosen to engage in an often-uncomfortable dialogue between diverging perspectives of power and privilege. Curated by Julio S. Flores, Associate Professor in the Visual and Media Arts Department Featuring twelve Visual and Media Arts Department faculty members, Bunker Hill Community College: Yong Chen, Gary Duehr, Erica Flores, Julio S. Flores, Tamblyn Griffiths, James Lambert, Liza Lynch, James “Ari” Montford, Claire Roll, Marc Schepens Abigail Wamboldt and Katie Wild
Where: Pao Arts Center (inside the One Greenway building, Chinatown) 99 Albany Street, BostonHost: Art Gallery

Boston Living Center

Event
Community Engagement
Help prepare and serve lunch to people living with HIV/AIDS.
Time: 9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.Host: Register now for the Community Engagement event

Transfer: Paying for College

Workshops
Transfer Services
Time: 2:30 - 3:30 p.m.Where: LifeMap Lab, E-225Host: Transfer Services

Saturday, April 20, 2019

April 10 to May 18, 2019 Artists' Reception May 2, 2019, 6 p.m. This exhibition explores the tension between historical and contemporary conceptions of “power” and “privilege.” These works are intended to both expand and challenge awareness of current issues, institutions, and individualized views. Each artist celebrates individual form and personal interpretation. No one subject, medium, technique or style is duplicated, and each artist has chosen to engage in an often-uncomfortable dialogue between diverging perspectives of power and privilege. Curated by Julio S. Flores, Associate Professor in the Visual and Media Arts Department Featuring twelve Visual and Media Arts Department faculty members, Bunker Hill Community College: Yong Chen, Gary Duehr, Erica Flores, Julio S. Flores, Tamblyn Griffiths, James Lambert, Liza Lynch, James “Ari” Montford, Claire Roll, Marc Schepens Abigail Wamboldt and Katie Wild
Where: Pao Arts Center (inside the One Greenway building, Chinatown) 99 Albany Street, BostonHost: Art Gallery

Sunday, April 21, 2019

April 10 to May 18, 2019 Artists' Reception May 2, 2019, 6 p.m. This exhibition explores the tension between historical and contemporary conceptions of “power” and “privilege.” These works are intended to both expand and challenge awareness of current issues, institutions, and individualized views. Each artist celebrates individual form and personal interpretation. No one subject, medium, technique or style is duplicated, and each artist has chosen to engage in an often-uncomfortable dialogue between diverging perspectives of power and privilege. Curated by Julio S. Flores, Associate Professor in the Visual and Media Arts Department Featuring twelve Visual and Media Arts Department faculty members, Bunker Hill Community College: Yong Chen, Gary Duehr, Erica Flores, Julio S. Flores, Tamblyn Griffiths, James Lambert, Liza Lynch, James “Ari” Montford, Claire Roll, Marc Schepens Abigail Wamboldt and Katie Wild
Where: Pao Arts Center (inside the One Greenway building, Chinatown) 99 Albany Street, BostonHost: Art Gallery

Monday, April 22, 2019

April 10 to May 18, 2019 Artists' Reception May 2, 2019, 6 p.m. This exhibition explores the tension between historical and contemporary conceptions of “power” and “privilege.” These works are intended to both expand and challenge awareness of current issues, institutions, and individualized views. Each artist celebrates individual form and personal interpretation. No one subject, medium, technique or style is duplicated, and each artist has chosen to engage in an often-uncomfortable dialogue between diverging perspectives of power and privilege. Curated by Julio S. Flores, Associate Professor in the Visual and Media Arts Department Featuring twelve Visual and Media Arts Department faculty members, Bunker Hill Community College: Yong Chen, Gary Duehr, Erica Flores, Julio S. Flores, Tamblyn Griffiths, James Lambert, Liza Lynch, James “Ari” Montford, Claire Roll, Marc Schepens Abigail Wamboldt and Katie Wild
Where: Pao Arts Center (inside the One Greenway building, Chinatown) 99 Albany Street, BostonHost: Art Gallery

College Representative Visit from Simmons University

Information Sessions
Transfer Services
Time: 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.Where: C-LobbyHost: Transfer Services
Time: 1 - 4 p.m.Where: C-LobbyHost: Transfer Services

Tuesday, April 23, 2019

April 10 to May 18, 2019 Artists' Reception May 2, 2019, 6 p.m. This exhibition explores the tension between historical and contemporary conceptions of “power” and “privilege.” These works are intended to both expand and challenge awareness of current issues, institutions, and individualized views. Each artist celebrates individual form and personal interpretation. No one subject, medium, technique or style is duplicated, and each artist has chosen to engage in an often-uncomfortable dialogue between diverging perspectives of power and privilege. Curated by Julio S. Flores, Associate Professor in the Visual and Media Arts Department Featuring twelve Visual and Media Arts Department faculty members, Bunker Hill Community College: Yong Chen, Gary Duehr, Erica Flores, Julio S. Flores, Tamblyn Griffiths, James Lambert, Liza Lynch, James “Ari” Montford, Claire Roll, Marc Schepens Abigail Wamboldt and Katie Wild
Where: Pao Arts Center (inside the One Greenway building, Chinatown) 99 Albany Street, BostonHost: Art Gallery

College Representative Visit from Suffolk University

Information Sessions
Transfer Services
Time: 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.Where: C-LobbyHost: Transfer Services

College Representative Visit from Cambridge College

Information Sessions
Transfer Services
Time: 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.Where: C-LobbyHost: Transfer Services

Volunteer 102

Event
Community Engagement
Take your volunteering to the next level! Whether you want to gain more experience in your field or explore a new industry, let us help you find the right long-term volunteer opportunity for you.
Time: 11 a.m. - 12 p.m.Where: Innovation Lab E230Host: Community Engagement
This workshop will focus on how students can market their skills, education and experience to a potential employer. Resume formatting, style and tips will be discussed. Cover letters will also be reviewed. Registration is not required.
Time: 11:30 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.Where: LifeMap Lab, E-225Host: LifeMap
This session is only for students who are applying for post-completion OPT. Recommended for students who have completed their degree at BHCC.
Time: 1 - 2 p.m.Where: E-236Host: International Center

Advising and Registration Session

Information Sessions%2C Admissions Info Session
Advising and Registration
Advising and Registration Sessions are for accepted students (new to college, transfer, re-admitted) for the Fall 2019 semester.
During Advising and Registration, you will meet with advising staff and register for classes.
  • Plan at least 2-3 hours for this process.
  • Sessions are offered in a walk-in format, no appointment is necessary.
  • All sessions take place in the LifeMap Commons, E-235.
To prepare for your meeting with an advisor, please bring the following:
  • Photo Identification:
    • The following forms of ID are accepted: university, college or high school ID, government-issued ID (including drivers license, drivers permit, passport, temporary state ID), company ID, native tribal ID or United States employment authorization card.
  • We will carefully evaluate your test scores, high school GPA and/or college transcripts to ensure you are starting in the right classes.
    • English, Reading and Math Placement Results
      • If you are required to take the placement test, please bring a copy of your English, Reading and Math placement scores.
      • You may be exempt from placement testing based on your high school GPA or standardized test scores. For more information visit https://www.bhcc.edu/assessment/
    • College Transcripts If you have previously earned college credit, please bring an official or unofficial copy of your transcript(s).
We strongly encourage you to use public transportation. If you park on campus you are required to purchase a $10 daily parking pass. For more information visit https://www.bhcc.edu/parking/
Time: 1 - 5 p.m.Where: LifeMap Commons, E-235Host: Advising and LifeMap

Room to Grow

Event
Community Engagement
Sort baby clothes, toys, and books for families in Greater Boston.
Time: 1:15 p.m. – 4 p.m.Host: Register now for the Community Engagement event

Volunteer 101

Event
Community Engagement
There are many reasons people decide to volunteer. Find your reasons and learn the steps to becoming a successful volunteer.
Time: 2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.Where: E232Host: Community Engagement

Community Conversations

Event
Art Gallery
Join BHCC Distinguished Artist Scholar in Residence Dr. Robin M. Chandler for a round of intimate evenings of reflection and thought-provoking ideas about art, justice, peace-making and transforming human civilization.
Time: 6 p.m.Where: artgallery

Wednesday, April 24, 2019

April 10 to May 18, 2019 Artists' Reception May 2, 2019, 6 p.m. This exhibition explores the tension between historical and contemporary conceptions of “power” and “privilege.” These works are intended to both expand and challenge awareness of current issues, institutions, and individualized views. Each artist celebrates individual form and personal interpretation. No one subject, medium, technique or style is duplicated, and each artist has chosen to engage in an often-uncomfortable dialogue between diverging perspectives of power and privilege. Curated by Julio S. Flores, Associate Professor in the Visual and Media Arts Department Featuring twelve Visual and Media Arts Department faculty members, Bunker Hill Community College: Yong Chen, Gary Duehr, Erica Flores, Julio S. Flores, Tamblyn Griffiths, James Lambert, Liza Lynch, James “Ari” Montford, Claire Roll, Marc Schepens Abigail Wamboldt and Katie Wild
Where: Pao Arts Center (inside the One Greenway building, Chinatown) 99 Albany Street, BostonHost: Art Gallery

Transfer Planning & Applying

Workshops
Transfer Services
Time: 10 - 11 a.m.Where: LifeMap Lab, E-225Host: Transfer Services

Volunteer 101

Event
Community Engagement
There are many reasons people decide to volunteer. Find your reasons and learn the steps to becoming a successful volunteer.
Time: 10 - 11 a.m.Where: E232Host: Community Engagement
Enjoy readings from local poets and BHCC faculty, staff and student authors, or bring something of your own to read! Come celebrate the power and ability of words to inspire, impress and transform. Moderated by Jean-Dany Joachim and featuring Boston-area poets and members of the BHCC Community
Time: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.Where: D Lounge, Charlestown CampusHost: National Poetry Month

Advising and Registration Session

Information Sessions%2C Admissions Info Session
Advising and Registration
Advising and Registration Sessions are for accepted students (new to college, transfer, re-admitted) for the Fall 2019 semester.
During Advising and Registration, you will meet with advising staff and register for classes.
  • Plan at least 2-3 hours for this process.
  • Sessions are offered in a walk-in format, no appointment is necessary.
  • All sessions take place in the LifeMap Commons, E-235.
To prepare for your meeting with an advisor, please bring the following:
  • Photo Identification:
    • The following forms of ID are accepted: university, college or high school ID, government-issued ID (including drivers license, drivers permit, passport, temporary state ID), company ID, native tribal ID or United States employment authorization card.
  • We will carefully evaluate your test scores, high school GPA and/or college transcripts to ensure you are starting in the right classes.
    • English, Reading and Math Placement Results
      • If you are required to take the placement test, please bring a copy of your English, Reading and Math placement scores.
      • You may be exempt from placement testing based on your high school GPA or standardized test scores. For more information visit https://www.bhcc.edu/assessment/
    • College Transcripts If you have previously earned college credit, please bring an official or unofficial copy of your transcript(s).
We strongly encourage you to use public transportation. If you park on campus you are required to purchase a $10 daily parking pass. For more information visit https://www.bhcc.edu/parking/
Time: 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.Where: LifeMap Commons, E-235Host: Advising and LifeMap

Elizabeth Peabody House

Event
Community Engagement
Provide fresh produce and canned foods to people in need.
Time: 4:15 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.Host: Register now for the Community Engagement event
This workshop will focus on how students can market their skills, education and experience to a potential employer. Resume formatting, style and tips will be discussed. Cover letters will also be reviewed. Registration is not required.
Time: 4 - 5:15 p.m.Where: LifeMap Lab, E-225Host: LifeMap

Thursday, April 25, 2019

April 10 to May 18, 2019 Artists' Reception May 2, 2019, 6 p.m. This exhibition explores the tension between historical and contemporary conceptions of “power” and “privilege.” These works are intended to both expand and challenge awareness of current issues, institutions, and individualized views. Each artist celebrates individual form and personal interpretation. No one subject, medium, technique or style is duplicated, and each artist has chosen to engage in an often-uncomfortable dialogue between diverging perspectives of power and privilege. Curated by Julio S. Flores, Associate Professor in the Visual and Media Arts Department Featuring twelve Visual and Media Arts Department faculty members, Bunker Hill Community College: Yong Chen, Gary Duehr, Erica Flores, Julio S. Flores, Tamblyn Griffiths, James Lambert, Liza Lynch, James “Ari” Montford, Claire Roll, Marc Schepens Abigail Wamboldt and Katie Wild
Where: Pao Arts Center (inside the One Greenway building, Chinatown) 99 Albany Street, BostonHost: Art Gallery
This workshop will focus on how students can use a resume, position description and company research to prepare for potential interview questions. Students will also learn how to prepare for phone and in-person interviews. Registration is not required.
Time: 10 - 11:15 a.m.Where: LifeMap Lab, E-225Host: LifeMap
The Years of Zero—Coming of Age Under the Khmer Rouge is a survivor's account of the Cambodian genocide carried out by Pol Pot's sadistic and terrifying Khmer Rouge regime in the late 1970s. It follows the author, Seng Ty, from the age of seven as he is plucked from his comfortable, middle-class home in a Phnom Penh suburb, marched along a blistering, black strip of highway into the jungle, and thrust headlong into the unspeakable barbarities of an agricultural labor camp. Seng's mother was worked to death while his siblings succumbed to starvation. His oldest brother was brought back from France and tortured in the secret prison of Tuol Sleng. His family's only survivor and a mere child, Seng was forced to fend for himself, navigating the brainwashing campaigns and random depravities of the Khmer Rouge, determined to survive so he could bear witness to what happened in the camp. The Years of Zero guides the reader through the author's long, desperate periods of harrowing darkness, each chapter a painting of cruelty, caprice, and courage. It follows Seng as he sneaks mice and other living food from the rice paddies where he labors, knowing that the penalty for such defiance is death. It tracks him as he tries to escape into the jungle, only to be dragged back to his camp and severely beaten. Through it all, Seng finds a way to remain whole both in body and in mind. He rallies past torture, betrayal, disease and despair, refusing at every juncture to surrender to the murderers who have stolen everything he had. As The Years of Zero concludes, the reader will have lived what Seng lived, risked what he risked, endured what he endured, and finally celebrate with him his unlikeliest of triumphs.
Time: 1 p.m.Where: A300 AuditoriumHost: One Book
This workshop will focus on the importance of networking as a key skill in today's competitive job market. Students will learn the basics behind networking events and the purpose behind an informational interview. There will also be a focus on conducting an effective job search on various search engines, setting up daily searches and using social media. Registration is not required.
Time: 2:30 - 3:45 p.m.Where: LifeMap Lab, E-225Host: LifeMap

Friday, April 26, 2019

April 10 to May 18, 2019 Artists' Reception May 2, 2019, 6 p.m. This exhibition explores the tension between historical and contemporary conceptions of “power” and “privilege.” These works are intended to both expand and challenge awareness of current issues, institutions, and individualized views. Each artist celebrates individual form and personal interpretation. No one subject, medium, technique or style is duplicated, and each artist has chosen to engage in an often-uncomfortable dialogue between diverging perspectives of power and privilege. Curated by Julio S. Flores, Associate Professor in the Visual and Media Arts Department Featuring twelve Visual and Media Arts Department faculty members, Bunker Hill Community College: Yong Chen, Gary Duehr, Erica Flores, Julio S. Flores, Tamblyn Griffiths, James Lambert, Liza Lynch, James “Ari” Montford, Claire Roll, Marc Schepens Abigail Wamboldt and Katie Wild
Where: Pao Arts Center (inside the One Greenway building, Chinatown) 99 Albany Street, BostonHost: Art Gallery

East End House

Event
Community Engagement
Provide fresh produce and canned foods to low– income elders and people with disabilities.
Time: 8:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.Host: Register now for the Community Engagement event

Transfer Planning & Applying

Workshops
Transfer Services
Time: 2:30 - 3:30 p.m.Where: LifeMap Lab, E-225Host: Transfer Services

Saturday, April 27, 2019

April 10 to May 18, 2019 Artists' Reception May 2, 2019, 6 p.m. This exhibition explores the tension between historical and contemporary conceptions of “power” and “privilege.” These works are intended to both expand and challenge awareness of current issues, institutions, and individualized views. Each artist celebrates individual form and personal interpretation. No one subject, medium, technique or style is duplicated, and each artist has chosen to engage in an often-uncomfortable dialogue between diverging perspectives of power and privilege. Curated by Julio S. Flores, Associate Professor in the Visual and Media Arts Department Featuring twelve Visual and Media Arts Department faculty members, Bunker Hill Community College: Yong Chen, Gary Duehr, Erica Flores, Julio S. Flores, Tamblyn Griffiths, James Lambert, Liza Lynch, James “Ari” Montford, Claire Roll, Marc Schepens Abigail Wamboldt and Katie Wild
Where: Pao Arts Center (inside the One Greenway building, Chinatown) 99 Albany Street, BostonHost: Art Gallery

Advising and Registration Session

Information Sessions%2C Admissions Info Session
Advising and Registration
Advising and Registration Sessions are for accepted students (new to college, transfer, re-admitted) for the Fall 2019 semester.
During Advising and Registration, you will meet with advising staff and register for classes.
  • Plan at least 2-3 hours for this process.
  • Sessions are offered in a walk-in format, no appointment is necessary.
  • All sessions take place in the LifeMap Commons, E-235.
To prepare for your meeting with an advisor, please bring the following:
  • Photo Identification:
    • The following forms of ID are accepted: university, college or high school ID, government-issued ID (including drivers license, drivers permit, passport, temporary state ID), company ID, native tribal ID or United States employment authorization card.
  • We will carefully evaluate your test scores, high school GPA and/or college transcripts to ensure you are starting in the right classes.
    • English, Reading and Math Placement Results
      • If you are required to take the placement test, please bring a copy of your English, Reading and Math placement scores.
      • You may be exempt from placement testing based on your high school GPA or standardized test scores. For more information visit https://www.bhcc.edu/assessment/
    • College Transcripts If you have previously earned college credit, please bring an official or unofficial copy of your transcript(s).
We strongly encourage you to use public transportation. If you park on campus you are required to purchase a $10 daily parking pass. For more information visit https://www.bhcc.edu/parking/
Time: 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.Where: LifeMap Commons, E-235Host: Advising and LifeMap
Time: 10 - 11 a.m.Where: B208 Training RoomHost: Admissions

Community Reception: Yary Livan

Event
Library%2C Art Gallery
Meet the artist in person, learn about his personal journey and art making process. Brunch featuring Cambodian cuisine, traditional music and conversation.
Time: 1 - 3 p.m.Where: Library and Learning CommonsHost: Mary L. Fifield Art Gallery

Sunday, April 28, 2019

April 10 to May 18, 2019 Artists' Reception May 2, 2019, 6 p.m. This exhibition explores the tension between historical and contemporary conceptions of “power” and “privilege.” These works are intended to both expand and challenge awareness of current issues, institutions, and individualized views. Each artist celebrates individual form and personal interpretation. No one subject, medium, technique or style is duplicated, and each artist has chosen to engage in an often-uncomfortable dialogue between diverging perspectives of power and privilege. Curated by Julio S. Flores, Associate Professor in the Visual and Media Arts Department Featuring twelve Visual and Media Arts Department faculty members, Bunker Hill Community College: Yong Chen, Gary Duehr, Erica Flores, Julio S. Flores, Tamblyn Griffiths, James Lambert, Liza Lynch, James “Ari” Montford, Claire Roll, Marc Schepens Abigail Wamboldt and Katie Wild
Where: Pao Arts Center (inside the One Greenway building, Chinatown) 99 Albany Street, BostonHost: Art Gallery

Run of the Charles

Event
Community Engagement
Help set up the celebration festival at the finish line!
Time: 11:45 a.m. – 5 p.m.Host: Register now for the Community Engagement event

Monday, April 29, 2019

April 10 to May 18, 2019 Artists' Reception May 2, 2019, 6 p.m. This exhibition explores the tension between historical and contemporary conceptions of “power” and “privilege.” These works are intended to both expand and challenge awareness of current issues, institutions, and individualized views. Each artist celebrates individual form and personal interpretation. No one subject, medium, technique or style is duplicated, and each artist has chosen to engage in an often-uncomfortable dialogue between diverging perspectives of power and privilege. Curated by Julio S. Flores, Associate Professor in the Visual and Media Arts Department Featuring twelve Visual and Media Arts Department faculty members, Bunker Hill Community College: Yong Chen, Gary Duehr, Erica Flores, Julio S. Flores, Tamblyn Griffiths, James Lambert, Liza Lynch, James “Ari” Montford, Claire Roll, Marc Schepens Abigail Wamboldt and Katie Wild
Where: Pao Arts Center (inside the One Greenway building, Chinatown) 99 Albany Street, BostonHost: Art Gallery

College Representative Visit from Boston College - Woods

Information Sessions
Transfer Services
Time: 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.Where: E-LobbyHost: Transfer Services
Time: 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.Where: C-LobbyHost: Transfer Services

College Representative Visit from Eastern Nazarene College

Information Sessions
Transfer Services
Time: 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.Where: C-LobbyHost: Transfer Services

St. Francis House

Event
Community Engagement
Serve lunch to men and women at Boston's largest homeless shelter.
Time: 10:15 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.Host: Register now for the Community Engagement event

Cambridge College Application Day

Information Sessions
Transfer Services
Time: 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.Where: LifeMap, E235Host: Transfer Services

Tuesday, April 30, 2019

April 10 to May 18, 2019 Artists' Reception May 2, 2019, 6 p.m. This exhibition explores the tension between historical and contemporary conceptions of “power” and “privilege.” These works are intended to both expand and challenge awareness of current issues, institutions, and individualized views. Each artist celebrates individual form and personal interpretation. No one subject, medium, technique or style is duplicated, and each artist has chosen to engage in an often-uncomfortable dialogue between diverging perspectives of power and privilege. Curated by Julio S. Flores, Associate Professor in the Visual and Media Arts Department Featuring twelve Visual and Media Arts Department faculty members, Bunker Hill Community College: Yong Chen, Gary Duehr, Erica Flores, Julio S. Flores, Tamblyn Griffiths, James Lambert, Liza Lynch, James “Ari” Montford, Claire Roll, Marc Schepens Abigail Wamboldt and Katie Wild
Where: Pao Arts Center (inside the One Greenway building, Chinatown) 99 Albany Street, BostonHost: Art Gallery

College Representative Visit from Merrimack College

Information Sessions
Transfer Services
Time: 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.Where: C-LobbyHost: Transfer Services
Join BHCC Distinguished Artist Scholar in Residence Dr. Robin Chandler and award-winning author, poet and cultural educator Larry Spotted Crow Mann, and others, for a series of workshops and a special performance that will examine various forms of sorrow, anguish and distress, while embracing creative means of understanding, expressing and managing grief that is both personal and global in nature. Workshop II The Gift of Poetry and Music Explore personal expression through written poetry and spoken word and discover how various forms of music making can expand personal creativity and spiritual awareness. With Dr. Robin Chandler and Larry Spotted Crow Mann
Time: 11 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.Where: A300 Auditorium, Charlestown CampusHost: National Poetry Month
This workshop will focus on how students can market their skills, education and experience to a potential employer. Resume formatting, style and tips will be discussed. Cover letters will also be reviewed. Registration is not required.
Time: 11:30 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.Where: LifeMap Lab, E-225Host: LifeMap

Advising and Registration Session

Information Sessions%2C Admissions Info Session
Advising and Registration
Advising and Registration Sessions are for accepted students (new to college, transfer, re-admitted) for the Fall 2019 semester.
During Advising and Registration, you will meet with advising staff and register for classes.
  • Plan at least 2-3 hours for this process.
  • Sessions are offered in a walk-in format, no appointment is necessary.
  • All sessions take place in the LifeMap Commons, E-235.
To prepare for your meeting with an advisor, please bring the following:
  • Photo Identification:
    • The following forms of ID are accepted: university, college or high school ID, government-issued ID (including drivers license, drivers permit, passport, temporary state ID), company ID, native tribal ID or United States employment authorization card.
  • We will carefully evaluate your test scores, high school GPA and/or college transcripts to ensure you are starting in the right classes.
    • English, Reading and Math Placement Results
      • If you are required to take the placement test, please bring a copy of your English, Reading and Math placement scores.
      • You may be exempt from placement testing based on your high school GPA or standardized test scores. For more information visit https://www.bhcc.edu/assessment/
    • College Transcripts If you have previously earned college credit, please bring an official or unofficial copy of your transcript(s).
We strongly encourage you to use public transportation. If you park on campus you are required to purchase a $10 daily parking pass. For more information visit https://www.bhcc.edu/parking/
Time: 1 - 5 p.m.Where: LifeMap Commons, E-235Host: Advising and LifeMap

Study Abroad

Event
International Center
Study Abroad 101 Study Abroad Scholarship Info Session: Learn about study abroad opportunities offered at BHCC and ways you can finance this amazing experience. Recommended to all BHCC students interested in studying abroad.
Time: 2:15 – 3:30 p.m.Where: C202Host: International Center

Prison Book Program

Event
Community Engagement
Select and package books for prisoners.
Time: 5:30 p.m. – 9 p.m.Host: Register now for the Community Engagement event
Join BHCC Distinguished Artist Scholar in Residence Dr. Robin Chandler and award-winning author, poet and cultural educator Larry Spotted Crow Mann, and others, for a series of workshops and a special performance that will examine various forms of sorrow, anguish and distress, while embracing creative means of understanding, expressing and managing grief that is both personal and global in nature. Community Performance Mourning and the Last Night Council Fire of the We Participate in this culturally diverse gathering featuring spoken word works by Dr. Robin Chandler, Larry Spotted Crow Mann, Princess Moon, Jean-Dany Joachim, and other published poets as well as members of the BHCC Community. Featuring global drumming by Jean Appolon Expressions and others Engage in issues creatively and spiritually with the healing power of poetry, music, and art.
Time: 6 p.m.Where: A300 Auditorium, Charlestown CampusHost: National Poetry Month