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Message from the Interim President to Faculty and Staff (04/24/20)

Dear BMCC Faculty and Staff, As always, I hope you and your loved ones are staying safe and strong. We are all trying to cope with the trauma of pandemic and enormous changes to how we work, live and care for one another. It’s vital that we make sure to care for ourselves as well....

Message from the Interim President to Faculty and Staff (04/24/20)

Dear BMCC Faculty and Staff, As always, I hope you and your loved ones are staying safe and strong. We are all trying to cope with the trauma of pandemic and enormous changes to how we work, live and care for one another. It’s vital that we make sure to care for ourselves as well....

BMCC Presents U.S. Debut of Docudrama About Indonesian Student Unrest, on April 24

Directed and produced by Ray Zulfirman Parsioan, a BMCC student in his graduating semester, the film covers the recent Indonesian student movement in Jakarta and its socio-political impact. By the end of the film, a number of Indonesian students, journalists, activists, and parents of deceased activists ask international students to recommend solutions to their situation...

Drilling Down to Scale Up: B-UMLA Pilot Project

Amount Awarded $130,000 (Project Timeline: 2 years) Project Description The Business Management Department, in collaboration with the Urban Male Leadership Academy (UMLA), proposes to establish an UMLA program in the Business Management Department (B-UMLA) to address the equity gaps in the retention and graduation rates of Black and Latino male business majors (“target group”)....

Overview of WTC Health Program & Victim Compensation Fund

The James Zadroga Act of 2010 created two separate federal programs: WTC Health Program (WTCHP) which provides medical care for physical and mental illness to first responders and survivors (i.e., those who lived, worked, and who attended school below Houston Street). Victim Compensation Fund (VCF) which provides compensation for physical injury, medical care reimbursement, and...

Training and Development

Fostering employee growth and development is a critical component of the College’s mission—to provide educational opportunities to for those who seek self-improvement. The Office of Human Resources is dedicated to providing both training and development resources designed to enhance the knowledge, skills, and competencies of college personnel. Workplace Violence Prevention (WPV)  and ESPARC Title IX and...

Employee Assistance Programs

CCA@Your Service The CUNY Work/Life Program presented by CCA@Your Service is a confidential, 24/7 employee assistance program provider.  For additional information refer to the program flyer and their list of services. Call TOLL-FREE: 800-833-8707 or visit CCA online (Company Code: CUNY) Learn more about how to be a change-agent for mental health inclusion and accessibility....

Community Resources

Counseling services in your community There are many reasons a student may seek counseling outside the BMCC Counseling Center. Students seeking long-term therapy, specialized treatment, or those leaving the college shortly may choose to find a therapist they can see outside of school. Even if you are looking to start counseling somewhere else, the BMCC...