BHCC News for November, 2016
President Eddinger Talks Student Hunger with WBUR
A Post-Election Note from the College President
Students Attend Museum of Science’s first Women & Girls in STEM Networking Evening
On Friday, November 4, 11 students from BHCC attended the Museum of Science’s first Women and Girls in STEM Networking Evening, sponsored by Akamai.
Helping Students Speak Up - Stephen Snyder-Hill visits Bunker Hill Community College
Twenty-year Army veteran Stephen Snyder-Hill visited Bunker Hill Community College on November 10, 2016, as part of the College’s Veterans Day celebration. In 2011, several days after the repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,” the official U.S. policy on gays serving in the military, Stephen Snyder-Hill, then Captain Hill, was serving in Iraq.
Hack.Diversity Initiative Seeks to Bring Diversity to Boston Technology Industry
Student Drawing Exhibit at Chelsea City Hall
On Wednesday, November 16, 2016, students, faculty and staff gathered at Chelsea’s City Hall to premiere a drawing exhibit featuring works by students of Bunker Hill Community College (BHCC).
Bunker Hill Community College Defines Community
“We are Community. We are BHCC.” This phrase serves as a reminder to the Bunker Hill Community College (BHCC) community that we stand as one, and affirms our commitment to a safe and inclusive campus for all students. Three of BHCC’s Institutional Values—Inclusiveness and Equity; Civic Engagement and Service; and Kindness and Respect all—go hand in hand with the significance of “We are Community. We are BHCC.”
Bunker Hill Community College and Phoenix Charter Academy Receive Gateway Cities Innovation Award
Chelsea High School Students Learn about Bunker Hill Community College at the Go Higher! College Fair
By 2020, according to the Massachusetts Department of Higher Education, 72% of all jobs in Massachusetts will require some amount of college education.