At April 23rd CUNY job fair, recruiters will seek employees and interns.
BMCC’s Center for Continuing Education and Workforce Development offers training that promotes both language learning and technical skills—and leads to real jobs.
BMCC hosts nineties networking reception.
Students grateful to learn more about their financial options.
More high academic achievers with top-tier grades and highly competitive SAT scores are choosing CUNY colleges.
BMCC receives a major grant to upgrade its emergency management systems.
Borough of Manhattan Community College unveiled a new, state-of-the-art Center for Workforce Development at 45 John Street recently. BMCC President Antonio Perez, New York City Commissioner for Business Services Rob Walsh, and ACT President Richard Ferguson all participated in the ribbon-cutting ceremony on April 3.
Professor Sylvia Saunders believes that students should see the real life applications of what they study. In her biology class, for example, she introduced students to the Human Genome Project and assigned them a research project on the topic. But for Professor Saunders, the best research is practical, so when an opportunity arose for her...
New York, NY—Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton and Dr. Antonio Pérez, president of Borough of Manhattan Community College, called for continued support of the Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Technical Education Act. The Perkins Act funds a host of vocational and technical programs at high schools and colleges.
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