BCC to Host Admissions Info Sessions 

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Berkshire Community College (BCC) will host three free virtual information sessions to be held in the month of July: Wednesday, July 6 at 4 pm; Monday, July 18 at 12 pm; and Tuesday, July 19 at 6 pm. 
 
The 30-minute info sessions, presented by admissions counselors on Zoom, are designed to familiarize prospective students with the application and registration process.     
 
To register for a session, visit www.berkshirecc.edu/openhouse
 
Information session participants can:       
  • Ask questions about the admissions process: how to apply, register, and choose classes       
  • Learn about BCC's affordability and its financial aid options       
  • Hear from staff about quality programs and student support services       
  • Discover how classes will transfer to hundreds of schools or prepare graduates for an immediate career       
 
For more information, contact the Admissions Office at (413) 236-1636.      

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West Side Mural Wishes for Greener Future

By Brittany PolitoiBerkshires Staff

The mural was commissioned by Central Berkshire Habitat for Humanity. Director Carolyn Valli says murals bring 'a sense of hope.' The nonprofit is building two units of housing near the artwork.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — A new mural on the West Side depicts a vision of a green community.
 
On Friday, the completion of "I Wish … For a Greener Future" by Hope Aguilera was celebrated by Central Berkshire Habitat for Humanity, which commissioned the piece as a part of neighborhood revitalization efforts.
 
Located on the B&P Auto Body Supply at the corner of Robbins Avenue and Columbus Avenue, it depicts a young boy making a wish on a dandelion with an eco-friendly landscape in the background. Within the mural is a farm, windmills to supply energy, an electric car, and a Bird scooter.
 
"Whenever you start thinking about doing a mural project or doing anything like this Habitat's perspective is 'What do we want to help the community do because it's something they want?'" CEO Carolyn Valli said.
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