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Spring Day 2011

Formed for all students interested in exploring, sharing and celebrating African-American culture. They annual present Words of Passion, Kwanzaa, Black Love Day as well as programs for Black History Month.

Open to all BHCC students, this club is designed to raise awareness of, explore and celebrate the culture of African countries in hopes of developing networks and promoting unity on campus.


ABG is an international business honor society, established to recognize and encourage scholarship among community college students in business curriculum.

AKM is the name of BHCC's chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society. Membership qualifies students for transfer scholarships at colleges and universities throughout the country.

For all students interested in exploring, sharing and celebrating the culture of Arab people. They annually present celebrations for Ramadan and Eid-Al-Adha as well as other educational and cultural programs.

Open to any student interested in exploring the visual arts and appreciating how art can communicate ideas, tell stories, and develop bonds between people.


Open to all students and formed to celebrate the Asian culture and educate the campus on Asian customs and celebrations. They annually present a Lunar New Year Festival as well as programs for Asian Heritage Week.

Open to all BHCC students who have an interest in studying and exploring the field of Behavioral Sciences.

Formed to educate the BHCC Community about Brazilian culture through educational and cultural programs that highlight the arts, history and celebrations of Brazilian people.

Open to all BHCC students who have an interest in Business and the field and practice of Law.

Open to all C.J. majors and anyone with an interest in learning the key essential components of the Criminal Justice system, its functions and operations

Formed to educate the college community about challenges that students with disabilities face, in addition to providing a structure through which students with disabilities can participate in student life at the College.

Explores the craft of designing and developing material for performance, and giving BHCC students the opportunity to express themselves creatively. This club has presented full-length productions as well as one-acts and scene studies for the college community.

Our mission is to foster the spirit of entrepreneurship and the entrepreneurial way of thinking and to be a catalyst that brings together the people and ideas to foster an interactive learning environment to explore the world of entrepreneurship.

Formed to serve the interests of students studying Foreign Languages at BHCC as well as anyone who speaks or is interested in learning another language.

Open to any student interested in developing their vocal skills and performing as part of an ensemble. The Choir performs two concerts annually, at the end of each semester.

Open to all students interested in exploring and celebrating the history and traditions of Haitian people. They annually present a Battle of Vertieres Celebration as well as a Haitian Flag Day Festival.

HOSA is a national student organization whose mission is to promote career opportunities in health care and to enhance the delivery of quality health care to all people. All BHCC students interested in the field of health care are welcome to join. HOSA meetings are at the Chelsea Campus.


Formed for students interested in exploring the Hospitality as well as the Travel and Tourism Industry.

Formed to educate, explore and share current threads in the academic study and business of Gaming and Simulation with interested BHCC students.

Formed to educate the college about the Muslim religion, this club is open to all who observe or are interested in learning about the religion of Islam.

Open to all students interested in celebrating and sharing the energy and vitality of Latinos people. The group presents events for Hispanic Heritage Month, Cinco de Mayo, and also offers dance instruction.

Formed to educate the college community on GLBT issues and concerns. This group has presented celebrations for National Coming Out Day as well as cultural festivals celebrating the works of GLBT artists.

Open to all students interested in exploring careers in STEM-related careers (science, technology, engineering and math). MAES offers opportunities for networking with other colleges and high schools as well as attending conferences.

Open to all BHCC students with a passion for mathematics. The club will work to extend knowledge of the subject by providing assistance to BHCC students and holding weekly meetings.

Dedicated to helping people work towards living fuller and happier lives by promoting the development of the body, mind, and spirit.

Made up of students from all over the world, including the U.S. Cultural festivals highlighting the countries of its members as well as forums and social events to promote unity among all people are presented.

Open to all students with an interest in sharing talents as well as composing and performing musical works.

Dedicated to sharing the message of Christianity. This club presents programs to educate the College community on the meaning of Easter and Christmas as well as conducts fundraisers to benefit those in need.

Formed to provide opportunities for BHCC students to volunteer in the communities served by BHCC. SHOCWAVES promotes the importance of giving back to the community and serving those in need.

An elected body of students that works collaboratively with the college administration to enhance the quality of student life on campus. The SGA meets every week and is open to all students who want to work to help improve the quality of student life on campus.

Organized to help promote the academic, professional and social success of students at Bunker Hill Community College.

Open to all students who have an interest in creating and maintaining conditions under which humans and nature can exist in productive harmony, and fulfill the social, economic, and other requirements of present and future generations of Americans.

Brings together veterans from all over the world, assists Veterans with getting connected to college programs and services, and educates the campus on issues facing veterans today.

WBCC is the only community college radio station in the Boston area, and provides students with musical entertainment in C-Lounge. Students are trained in the proper use of station equipment as well as in how to present shows on-the-air.

Thursdays        Room B135B at 1:00 p.m

Dedicated to helping student writers of fiction, non-fiction, poetry, music, screenplays or other original written works with their process. Members share constructive feedback with each other. The club also hosts poetry readings and workshops to assist writers in overcoming common obstacles to their craft.