Bard Early College was an academically rigorous program that exposed me to all types of literature, from the classics to the arts, to analytical texts. The small class sizes allow for optimal participation and interaction among the students.– Michael, BEC Hudson 2018
The Bard Early College program helped me find myself by providing a space for me to grow and flourish as an individual.– Robbie, BEC Hudson 2019
I’m in my third year of college and I still reference writing and thinking strategies that were taught to me at Bard while trying to complete almost all of my papers.– Alicia, BEC Hudson 2019
The Alumni/ae Virtual Learning Series is an opportunity for alumni/ae to host and participate in weekly workshops and panels to re-engage with BHSEC and build community with one another. The fall virtual learning series is set for roll-out in March 2021. If you are interested in hosting a workshop or panel that pertains to your career or interest, please reach out to Eniyah Willingham at email@example.com.
Bard Early College class reunions are a great way for alumni/ae to reconnect with one another and faculty and staff from your time at BHSEC. If you are interested in helping plan your class’s reunion, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The BEC Alumni/ae Leadership Group consists of alumni/ae from across the network who lead the charge in planning initiatives for the alumni/ae community to reconnect with the Early College Network and one another via social events, networking opportunities, volunteerism, and philanthropy. To learn more and get involved, contact email@example.com.
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