Jan. 13– Wingo Tse struggled in her first quarter at BC, but determination and a willingness to use the available resources allowed her to graduate with honors.
The struggle and sacrifice for civil rights in America is witnessed in this compelling story. "The Right to Dream" recreates a student’s coming of age as an African American in Mississippi during the 1950’s and 1960’s. This program illuminates the issues of civil rights, leading audiences to understand how the right against prejudice has shaped our history. This event will be held in Carlson Theater.
Looking for internships or summer internships? 15-20 employers from non-profit agencies, government agencies and private companies will be at Bellevue College, Room L100, to hire interns for 2020. Registration required.
This event will highlight the Health Sciences, Education & Wellness Institute's vast array of degrees, certificates and enrichment-based programs. There will be a booth fair with tables for each program and a variety of engaging activities such as demonstrations, lab tours, info sessions, panel discussions, drawing prizes and food! This event will take place in the T Building.