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MEA Internship Advisement & Registration Session

As part of the process of registering for the Internship class, you need to attend an Information Session. A session to allow you to register for Summer or Fall 2024 internship class (MEA 371). Unlike most classes you can’t register for MEA 371 on CUNYfirst. Completing an internship is an excellent way to get your...

De-Stress Fest: Old School Recess with Professor Acosta

You're invited to join us for an exhilarating celebration of culture and community at our much-anticipated Old School Recess Game Day! Immerse yourself in a variety of culturally inspired games, unwind, and connect with others as we kick off De-stress Fest in style. Vote on cultural games would like to see featured at this...

Public Service Career Fair

The Office of Internships and Experiential Learning invites all BMCC students to attend our Public Service Career Fair. Speak directly with Employers about their mission, programs, and services. This will be a great opportunity to inquire about internships, direct-hire positions and volunteer work with employers such as: The United Nations Brooklyn Navy Yard Wildlife Conservation Society /...

Become a Citizen Scientist for Earth Day and Help Solve Environmental Problems

Climate change has led to heavier rain, and hurricanes—often resulting in hazardous flooding. You can help protect neighborhoods from stormwater flooding by identifying vulnerable areas. Steps can then be taken to protect these areas, for instance planting trees and installing rain gardens (green infrastructure). We can use Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to map information...

Remembering Joshua L. Smith, BMCC Past President (1977-1985)

President Anthony E. Munroe invites all BMCC faculty, staff and students to join in remembering Joshua L. Smith, BMCC Past President from 1977 to 1985. Program: 1:30-3 p.m. in Theatre II Reception: 3:15-5 p.m. in Richard Harris Terrace Please RSVP by April 24, as space is limited.Dr. Joshua L. Smith served as BMCC’s fourth...