To honor Veteran students at BCC and to support a state-wide effort in appreciating all Veterans’ contribution to the U.S. (please see the message from the State Chancellor’s Office below), BCC has established a Veteran Center located on our South Campus. All BCC Veteran students and staff would like to invite you all to the Open House:
When: Wednesday, 10/8/14, 11 am – 2 pm
Location: Room 202, South Campus, 2070 Allston Way (see map below)
From the State Chancellor’s Office:
“The California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office, the Faculty Association of California Community Colleges, and the Foundation for California Community Colleges invites the submission of session proposals for the 2014 Veterans Summit. Summit sessions should be designed to share information and best practices for faculty, administrators and staff who work with student veterans at our colleges. Examples of past sessions include VA benefits and education plans, creating Veterans Resource Centers, women veterans, academic counseling, best practices in serving student veterans, mental health issues confronting veterans and accessing resources.”
We’d like to thank:
Dr. Debbie Budd’s leadership,
Karen Weinstein, one of BCC donor’s effort and interest in supporting BCC Veterans,
Shirley Slaughter, Carlos Cortez, Antonio Barreiro, Vincent Koo’s time and effort in making South Campus a pleasant location for the entire BCC community,
Amy Herrera and Jennifer Lenahan’ s tireless services provided to our Veteran students, and
The entire BCC faculty and staff who open their arms to Veterans coming to BCC for education after serving our country.
Please mark your calendar and join us!!!
South Campus Location:
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