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  1. Job Fair

    May 2, 2016 by careers

    Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health, 57 Interlaken Road, Stockbridge, MA 01262
    Thursday, May 12, from 5:00– – 7:00 pm
    Annex Building, Elmview Room

    Our staff is responsible for the daily operation of our facility and assisting hundreds of guests in receiving a world-class experience. Year-round and summer* opportunities include Housekeeping Associates, Dish Room Stewards, Dining Room Servers, Prep Cooks, Shop Associates, Lifeguards, Audio/Visual Technicians, and Production Associates/Drivers. Qualified candidates will be interviewed on-site by the hiring manager.

    *Please refer to the Kripalu website for all open positions; kripalu.org.


  2. Molari Open House, May 4th, Wednesday 10:00-2:00

    May 2, 2016 by careers

    Immediate Openings:

    CNA/PCA/HHA
    Administrative Assistant
    General Laborer
    Housekeeping
    Landscaping
    Manufacturing
    Maintenance
    Machinist
    Servers & Bartenders
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    80 Center Street, Pittsfield, MA
    (413) 499-4546, (800) 649-4562

     


  3. Tanglewood recruiting on campus for summer

    April 26, 2016 by careers

    This Thursday, April 28, 10-2, a representative from Tanglewood Music Festival (Lenox) will be on campus to talk with students about their summer jobs.

    The jobs are many and varied.  Please see their site for job details.

    http://www.bso.org/brands/bso/contact-us/jobs/tanglewood-seasonal-jobs.aspx

     

    They also have open houses at Tanglewood, including one on April 30.

     


  4. Tanglewood Jobs

    April 20, 2016 by careers

    Many summer positions at this summer music festival in Lenox.

    A recruiter will be on campus, in the cafeteria, on Thursday, April 28, 10-2.

    Bring a resume and be ready to discuss the jobs and yourself.

    See the Boston Symphony Orchestra site for job information.


  5. Wellness Program, April 27th

    April 19, 2016 by careers

    Please join us on Wednesday, April 27th at Paterson for the kick off of our wellness program and open house from 12-2 PM.

    12:15 -1 PM
    The event will feature a presentation by Kelley Cady from Berkshire Health Systems Wellness at Work Program called Move More. Learn the role of exercise in both treatment and prevention of chronic disease and obesity and find out how much you need to move and ways to fit it into your busy life.

    1-2 PM
    Meet BCC student trainers, tour the facilities and check out the fitness activity stations.  Please wear sneakers and comfortable clothes. (Participants will need to sign a consent waiver form to participate.)

    Enter the raffle to win a Fitbit Charge HR.  Walk down to Paterson for the wellness event and you’ll receive a second raffle ticket…

    Enjoy a healthy snack!

    We invite and encourage you to attend if your schedule permits. If this event does not work with your schedule, please watch for future wellness programing.

    Special thanks to Sherry Scheer and her students and Eric Nystrom for helping with this event.

    This is a great time of year to explore fitness opportunities and to learn more about your personal wellness.  For some of us, it’s a fresh start!


  6. Student Success, Life Sciences Style, Stories and Lunch, April 12th

    April 8, 2016 by careers

    Tuesday, April 12, 11:30 to 1 pm

    Hoffmann Environmental Center

    Forum Credit Available

    Come meet these former and some current Life Sciences students who began at BCC and went on to do great things.

    Tim Desmaris — (Env Class of 2015).  Today is an Intern with the Monomoy Island National Wildlife Refuge on Cape Cod – building bridges and monitoring seabirds and other marine life. He’s off to college in the fall.

    René Wendell — (ENV Class of 2002). Finished his college career at MCLA and most recently has been the Regional Ecologist for the Trustees of Reservations at Bartholomew’s Cobble. He’s one of the regions top birders!

    Scott McGinnis — (ENV Class of 2002). Finished his college career at Hampshire College and then went through the rigorous training required to become a Pittsfield Firefighter. As part of that job, he is now on the Massachusetts’ Hazardous Materials Response Team.

    Jim Wilusz  — (ENV and LIBERAL ARTS Class of 2001). As Executive Director of the Tritown Health Department, Jim oversees a busy staff (some also former BCC students) to “Promote, protect, and sustain public health” in Lee, Lenox, and Stockbridge.


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