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HCML Prepares Students to Enter Growing Field of Healthcare Management

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When the pandemic hit, schools pivoted to holding classes online—a new format for many institutions. But for Bellevue College’s (BC) award-winning healthcare management and leadership (HCML) bachelor’s degree program, remote learning was nothing new—it’s been exclusively online since its inception in 2016. “Our faculty didn’t miss a beat. We’ve been doing it for six years,” ...more about HCML Prepares Students to Enter Growing Field of Healthcare Management


BC Partners with Amazon for Career Choice Program

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Amazon benefit offers hourly employees pre-paid tuition for select BC degrees Today, Bellevue College (BC) announced it’s been selected as an education partner for Amazon’s Career Choice program, providing Amazon’s hourly employees access to high-tech degrees. This includes the college’s Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, Bachelor of Applied Science in Cybersecurity, Bachelor of Applied ...more about BC Partners with Amazon for Career Choice Program


UW Bothell and Bellevue College Partner for Business Student Success

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College students pursuing business careers will have more access to a four-year degree through a new collaboration between the University of Washington Bothell and Bellevue College. The initiative integrates UW Bothell School of Business’ Eastside Leadership Center (ELC), currently in Bellevue’s Park 140, into the Bellevue College campus. The move will offer students in Supply Chain Management and in Entrepreneurship academic programs the simultaneous services and support of both institutions. 


Mimi Jung to Speak at BC Commencement

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Mimi Jung, Emmy award-winning morning anchor on KING 5 News, will address graduates as the keynote speaker for Bellevue College’s commencement ceremonies at T-Mobile Park on June 24. 



Bellevue College Celebrates First Rainbow Crosswalk on Campus

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As Bellevue College (BC) continues to increase in-person classes, students, staff and faculty returning to campus may have noticed that things have gotten a bit more colorful. In November, BC installed its first rainbow crosswalk at the top of Landerholm Circle, in solidarity with the LGBTQ+ community. However not many people were on campus at ...more about Bellevue College Celebrates First Rainbow Crosswalk on Campus


New BAS in Cybersecurity Launched

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Bellevue College (BC) has announced the creation of a new Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) in Cybersecurity.  The degree meets the explicit need employers have identified for systems administrators and security analysts by providing a pathway to the baccalaureate for students with two-year technical associate degrees in IT. Cybersecurity is one of the fastest growing occupations ...more about New BAS in Cybersecurity Launched


Tombolo Institute Partners with Microsoft to Launch Program for Workforce Education

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In collaboration with Microsoft Learn for Educators, Tombolo Institute is launching new courses to educate and prepare Washington professionals for successful careers in technology. These courses allow students to develop the most in-demand technical skills and the opportunity to earn industry recognized Microsoft Certifications upon course completion. The courses from Tombolo aim to equip students ...more about Tombolo Institute Partners with Microsoft to Launch Program for Workforce Education


Original BC Musical Debuted to First In-Person Audience Since Start of COVID-19

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Bellevue College recently presented A Stormy Night at the Queen City Speakeasy. The musical from Tammi Doyle (director), Aimee Hong (musical director), and Jenna Spinei (choreographer) premiered on Wednesday, Mar. 2 and ran through Saturday, Mar. 5.  The BC Theatre Arts event told the story of the Queen City Speakeasy, one of the hottest bars ...more about Original BC Musical Debuted to First In-Person Audience Since Start of COVID-19


A Great Career in Healthcare, and You Don’t Have to Wear Scrubs

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A Bachelor’s in Healthcare Management and Leadership Opens Doors to Increased Pay and Satisfaction The job market’s hot, but where is it hottest?  Where do average salaries run over $100K?  It’s healthcare management. The Bureau of Labor Statistics forecasts that there will be 30% growth in the field of medical and health service managers over ...more about A Great Career in Healthcare, and You Don’t Have to Wear Scrubs