Academic and Career Resources
BHCC Tutoring and Academic Support Center
Tutoring and Academic Support Center (TASC) strives to support and enhance student learning and academic success by offering a wide variety of traditional and nontraditional services.
Tutorial Assistance, Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)
The VA offers eligible students the opportunity to utilize tutorial assistance. For specific eligibility criteria please visit the VA website or you can call the Veterans Center to speak with our certifying staff for further guidance and assistance.
DOD MWR Tutoring Service (Active duty, National Guard & Reserve Students)
A free service offered through the DOD MWR for Active duty, National Guard and Reservists. Eligible students can receive help with "homework, studying, projects, papers," and "test prep." For more information please visit the following website.
The Warrior-Scholar Project is designed to help students strengthen their academic skills through intensive educational sessions. This program has limited space, and students are encouraged to apply well before the deadline, if interested.
BHCC Learn and Earn
The Learn and Earn internship program prepares BHCC students for the workplace by providing the opportunity to work in a corporate setting at a major company. *Students must meet and maintain certain eligibility requirements.
BHCC Career Services
BHCC Career Services, located in LifeMap Commons, provides a wide range of career services to all currently enrolled students and alumni and provides a valuable link in the partnership between the College and the business community.
BHCC Transfer Office
Located on the Charlestown campus, the Transfer Office can assist you in locating the best transfer opportunities based on your area of study.
Service 2 School
Service2School is an outside based non-profit organization established to help veteran-military engage the transfer process and locate college options.
Posse Foundation - Veterans Program
The Posse Foundation Veterans program helps students identify different transfer opportunities at traditionally more selective colleges and universities.