This weekend, Saturday, October 10 and Sunday, October 11 - there are multiple events happening on campus that could impact your ability to navigate through traffic and or park in your usual spaces.
Saturday, Oct. 10 – Taekwondo Tournament, participants and guests will be parking in lots around the gym and Lots #9abc.
Saturday, Oct. 10 & Sunday, Oct. 11 – The “Puget Sound Mycological Society” will be having its first “Mushroom Show” in the cafeteria. Organizers will park along Snoqualmie River Road and attendees will be parking in Lots #8, #10, #12.
Sunday, Oct. 11 – The “Octobug Fest” – “Volkswagen Car Show” will be happening in the parking garage with traffic congestion in the 10 a.m. timeframe.
|All Bellevue College staff and students and friends as well as family of the cast and crew are invited to attend a free special preview of the movie, PENDULUM. Money. Murder. Politics. When a disgraced young journalist teams up with a reluctant hardened veteran detective to investigate the death of a young girl, the two uncover clues which lead directly to the state's most powerful people. That's the story of the new feature film, PENDULUM, produced and filmed locally and on the Bellevue College campus last month, with the assistance of Bellevue College Digital Media Arts and Advanced Track video students, alumni and staff. The film, directed by Kahlil Silver, stars award-winning actor Paul Eenhoorn. Current and former Bellevue College students Judith Lindsay-Kiama and Robin Steel Haaseth co-produced the feature, and BC alumni Ben Shahabi served as director of photography.|
Need a quick bike tune-up, free of charge? Stop by the Bike Works Maintenance Van! Also swing by to learn more about upcoming bike-related sessions.
Location: Student Union Courtyard
Time: 11:00 am – 3:00 pm
Sponsored by: Office of Sustainability
|Speaker will show a portion of the new documentary "GAME FACE", and discuss his experience. Followed by Q&A. Free admission.|
Dr. Yu-ting Su is presenting a workshop that will explore the process of searching for your Mr./Ms. Right and thoughts about what makes a good relationship. This is a fun workshop that will explore what makes two better than one. The Counseling Center and the Academic Success Center
Attend the information session and learn about funding for college, available to students who are:
Location: Main Campus, Room R-301
More information on qualifications can be found at www.bellevuecollege.edu/we
Students in the American Sign Language program and all others who are interested are welcome to participate in a night of games focused on increasing ASL proficiency. Students will also have the opportunity to learn more about Deaf Culture.
Location: C 130
Time: 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Sponsored by: American Sign Language Club
Peer to Peer will host local volunteer organizations in the cafeteria. Students are welcome to explore the many opportunities to be involved within the community!
Location: Cafeteria, C Building
Time: 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Sponsored by: Peer to Peer Volunteer and Mentoring
|For quick, easy access to an academic advisor, stop by the Academic Advising Table in the BC Cafeteria.
We'll help answer your academic questions on most Wednesdays, 11:00 - 12:30.
Learn more about:
•Degree completion requirements
•English and Math Assessment
|Welcome to the Breakfast Club! Please join us at Bellevue College's North Campus for an a.m. hour each month to listen to local HR Professionals talk about the latest in the field and enjoy a cup of coffee. This fast-paced hour will have two presenters, each giving an 18-minute talk on a topic of their choice, with brief Q & A afterward. The whole event is only sixty minutes and sure to provide some new insight and networking opportunities. Stop by on your way to work, after you've dropped off the kids, or before your next class to hear what's happening in the super exciting world of Human Resources! Free to students, faculty and community.|
|The Great Washington Shake Out is a state-wide earthquake drill. Both Main and North Campuses will be participating in this earthquake drill, where all students, staff, faculty, and visitors will be asked to "drop, cover, and hold on" at 10:15AM on October 15, 2015. Participation in this event is vital, as Washington is prone to earthquakes. In order to react quickly to an earthquake, it is important to practice the "drop, cover, and hold on" method. If indoors: Drop on the ground, take cover by getting under a sturdy desk or table, and hold on to it until the shaking stops. If outdoors: Find a clear spot away from buildings, trees, streetlights, and power lines, then drop, cover, and hold on. If you are driving: pull over to a clear location, stay in your car with your seat belt fastened until the shaking stops.|
Come join us as we explore the cultures of Latin American countries in a two part series. This is the second day, and will feature countries in South America.
Location: C 120, C 115
Time: 12:30 pm – 3:00 pm
Sponsored by: El Centro Latino
This workshop assists those individuals that are receiving Unemployment Insurance (UI) and are planning to attend school at Bellevue College in completing the application necessary for UI compliance. This workshop starts at 2:30pm and typically takes 90 minutes.
Location: Main Campus, Room R-301
Don’t miss this special opportunity to see Marcus Printup from the Jazz at Lincoln
Center Orchestra live at Bellevue College! Featuring Marcus Printup on Trumpet
performing with the Bellevue College Jazz Ensemble in Carlson Theatre plus
Danny Kolke on Piano, Michael Glynn on Bass and Julian MacDonough on Drums.
Where: Carlson Theater
Price: $20 general/$10 students
TICKETS @ JAZZCLUBSNW.ORG/BELLEVUE
Bellevue College will be offering free public planetarium shows in its Willard Geer planetarium on Friday, October 16th, at 7:00 and 8:00PM (http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2404438). Each show will consist of a professionally produced, full-dome video “Wonders of the Universe,” as well as a live segment introducing the audience to that night's sky, and will last approximately 45 minutes. The Planetarium, is a special domed-ceiling room (room B-244) where the nighttime sky is accurately reproduced. Shows are not normally recommended for kids under the age of six, however younger kids may attend the 7:00 show if parents feel they can handle their experience in the planetarium. (The darkness of the room and the subject and length of the shows has proven to a problem for kids younger than that.) Because the room is dark during the show, there is no late admission. Admission is free for each show, but reservations must be made in advance, typically a week prior to each show. Reservations can be made through Brown Paper Tickets at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/ with the search term “Bellevue Planetarium.” Each link to Brown Paper Tickets is unique. When you finalize your reservations, you will receive a confirmation email. There is information in that email about cancelling your reservations in case your plans change. We do not charge for these events, but we need your help to keep it that way – please follow the steps in the confirmation email to release your tickets if you cannot attend. Parking is free in the parking garage after 3:00pm. A map can be found at http://www.bellevuecollege.edu/location/maps/parking/ For more information call the Science and Math Institute at 425-564-3055.
Join us as we celebrate school spirit! The Associated Student Government is hosting a Carnival themed event. Grab some popcorn or cotton candy as you wait to visit the balloon and face painting artists. Show off your Halloween crafting skills with the Campus Activities Board during the pumpkin carving contest. Just want to listen to the music? Grab a sweet treat from the Bellevue College Association of Veterans as you enjoy the DJ’s playlist! See you there!
Location: Cafeteria, C Building
Time: 11:00 am – 2:00 pm
Sponsored by: Associated Student Government, Campus Activities Board, BC Association of Veterans
Entre Hermanos came into being by the initiative of a group of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender Latinos/as that saw the need for social, educational, and health support services in their community in the spring of 1991. By December of 1992, the group was organized and carried out various activities to raise funds to cover its operating costs.These activities were done in cooperation with the Washington Latino AIDS Coalition, a group affiliated with People of Color against AIDS (POCAAN).
So Entre Hermanos is coming to talk about the intersections of LGBTQ/ Latino/ HIV identities. Coming on October 16th, Latino AIDS Awareness Day, we will be discussing the impacts of HIV, how to increase HIV treatments, etc., and specifically to explore the impact of HIV on immigrant communities. We follow up the talk with the AIDS testing with Gay City Health and Seattle Counseling.