BHCC News for February, 2017
Building an Engaged Campus: BHCC and Community Partners Gather for Strategic Planning
Today at BHCC, 250 representatives of BHCC partners, faculty, staff and student leaders gathered in the gym for a morning of strategic planning. Participants engaged in discussion based on a set of guiding questions to help form the College’s next set of high-level, long-range goals.
Bunker Hill Community College’s Learn and Earn Internship Program Selected as a Bellwether Award Finalist
Paid internships at top companies at Bunker Hill Community College
The Number Of Hungry And Homeless Students Rises Along With College Costs
Exitosa reunión con el liderazgo comunitario realizada por Bunker Hill Community College
BHCC and Other Community Colleges Spark Senators' Request for Study on Food Insecurity on College Campuses
BHCC Addresses Urban Policing in Communities of Color with Wes Moore
New York Times best-selling author, social entrepreneur and motivational leader Wes Moore spoke on February 23, 2017, on urban policing in communities of color as part of BHCC’s Compelling Conversations series. His presentation, “Policing: The Rise and Rising Up of the Disillusioned” addressed a timely issue central to the College’s mission and institutional values.