BCC Virtual Massage Therapy Virtual Info Sessions

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Berkshire Community College (BCC) will hold three information sessions on its Massage Therapy Certificate Program on Tuesday, April 13 at 5:30 pm, Saturday, May 22 at 10 am, and Thursday, June 10 at 12:30 pm.
 
The sessions provide prospective students with an opportunity to learn about the program, admissions, and more. To register, visit www.berkshirecc.edu/massage-info or call (413) 236–4604.
 
Topics covered include:
  • An overview of the Massage Therapy Certificate Program at BCC, including course pathway, class, labs, and practicum/clinical requirements
  • How to apply to the program, including part-time evening and Saturday options
  • Paying for college: financial aid, scholarships, and self-pay
  • Enrolling in courses
  • Health/medical requirements
  • CPR and first aid certification
The Massage Therapy Certificate Program prepares students to become Massachusetts licensed massage therapists with the skills and knowledge necessary to provide effective relaxation and wellness massage therapy. Graduates are prepared to enter various settings such as spas, franchise clinics, fitness centers, medical/wellness offices, workplaces and clients' homes.

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Berkshire Athenaeum celebrates Earth Day With Computer Recycling Collection

PITTSFIELD, Mass. — In observance of Earth Day on Thursday, April 22, the Berkshire Athenaeum will host a computer recycling collection starting Tuesday, April 20, through Friday, April 30.
 
The event, that is in collaboration with Goodwill Industries of the Berkshires and Southern Vermont, is part of the Dell-Reconnect residential recycling program, an initiative that works in partnership with the Goodwill. 
 
Accepted items include monitors, scanners, computer mice, printers, keyboards, laptop batteries, ink and toner cartridges, computers, hard drives, speakers, cords, and cables; television sets will not be accepted.
 
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