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  1. StoryCorps visits the Berkshires, FORUM credit for students/ &co-hosted for Community Recordings by BCC

    June 30, 2015 by careers

    Stories are such an important part of  the building of our work lives

    &  StoryCorps has recently been recognized as an important collector of stories.
    Their recordings are stories of people in all walks of life, often talking about important moments in their lives.
    http://storycorps.org/
    And we will have an opportunity to listen to the founder of this nationwide project, David Isay, on Wed. Aug. 5, 7 p.m. at the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center in Gt. Barrington.

    For BCC students, this is a special BCC FORUM event. Free admission for BCC students who pre-register by noon on Thursday, July 30th. Call 413-236-5201 to sign up.

    The core of StoryCorps is listening. It’s about honoring another human being by simply listening to their story.

    Dave Isay is the recipient of numerous honors, including six Peabody Awards and the 2015 $1 million TED prize.

    Join us Aug. 5, as he describes the evolution of this national storytelling initiative.

    Then, two days later, BCC will host three days of StoryCorps Community Recordings at its South County Center. If you would like to participate in the project or receive additional information, contact Mahaiwe Performing Arts, at www.mahaiwe.org/Community.


  2. Art Show opening at BCC/Women on the Move, a Hundred-Year Journey

    June 19, 2015 by careers

    The Art Show will be held June 19 through July 10 at the Koussevitzky Art Gallery at BCC. An opening reception will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. on June 19.
    Information:
    A $500 award will be given for the winning entry. In addition, the painting will be hung permanently in BCC’s Jonathan Edwards Library to commemorate the College Club’s centennial. Honorable mention awards will be given to a BCC student as well as a BCC graduate.
    According to College Club President Roberta Passenant, “The Art Show is a way for us to share our centennial with the Berkshire County community. Placing the winning painting in the BCC library commemorates women’s growth over the past hundred years and provides a permanent memory of the College Club Centennial.”

     


  3. On the spot interviews with Molari Employment services/June 1

    May 26, 2015 by careers

    On-the-Spot Interviews with Molari Employment Services
    Monday, June 1st
    9 to 11 a.m.
    At BerkshireWorks Career Center
    160 North Street, 3rd Floor, Pittsfield, MA
    Bring your resume & dress for an interview

    (BCC students, questions on how to prepare?  Call BCC Career Services:  236-1611)
    ________________________________________
    Print Technician
    Lab Technician
    Production, Sheffield
    Production, Pittsfield
    General Laborers
    Construction Supervisor
    Home Health Aide
    Data Entry
    Assessment Stabilization Case Manager
    Project Manager
    Servers
    ________________________________________
    For immediate consideration, call Liz or Nicole: 413-499-4546 email: Liz@molariinc.com, nicole@molariinc.com
    www.molariinc.com
    ________________________________________


  4. Emergency Medical Services Expo, Berkshire Mall, Sunday, May 17

    May 15, 2015 by careers

    BCC Fire Science and Criminal Justice Programs will be at the 6th Annual Emergency Medical Services of Berkshire County EMS Expo this Sunday May 17th at the Berkshire Mall from 11-6. BCC will have a table featuring information about their FS and CJ programs.

    The Emergency Medical Services of Berkshire County (EMSCO) is holding its 6th Annual EMS Exposition on Sunday, May 17, 2015, at the Berkshire Mall, Lanesborough, from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. The event kicks off National EMS Week, which officially begins on Sunday, May 17, 2015, and recognizes the day-to-day life saving services provided by emergency medical services workers.

    The Expo is geared to people of all ages; whether it’s a child eager to see the inside of an ambulance, a young adult interested in pursuing a career in public safety, or an adult looking for a detailed explanation of their local EMS providers, the expo caters to all visitors.

    This event is free to the public!

    There will be some really cool exhibits showcasing Berkshire County’s talented and dedicated EMS personnel and equipment that many of us take for granted until we really need it.
    Activities and exhibits include:

    11:30 Pull a Fire Truck event
    13:00 Helicopter evolutions
    14:00 Western Mass Technical Rescue Team
    15:00 Vehicle extrication


  5. BCC’s Journal of Student Visual Art and Creative Writing (Zine) celebration

    April 21, 2015 by careers

    On Wednesday the 22nd at 1:30 in library (first floor in the back), there will be a launch celebration for the 2015 issue of Zine (BCC’s journal of student visual art and creative writing), which is hot off the presses and en route from the printer.

    Like last year, there will be available free copies of the journal, snacks, a slideshow of student visual art, and a reading given by several of our student writers.


  6. Creative work presented by English faculty Neil McCabe, Matt Muller and Julianna Spallholz

    April 21, 2015 by careers

    On Tuesday the 21st at 12:15 in the SBA Lounge, English faculty Nell McCabe, Matt Muller, and I will read from our creative work.  I’m not sure precisely what Nell and Matt have up their sleeves, but I DO know that they’ve both been working on novels (and that Matt is also a poet).  I will be reading very short fiction, probably some older, probably some newer.  The reading will count for Forum credit.