David Henry
Engineering Transfer

David, an Engineering Transfer student, was the Engineering club president and 2013 Graduation Salutatorian. He moved to Massachusetts with hopes of jumping right into a new job. He soon realized that he needed continued education, and a degree, to land his dream job.

Get a step ahead of the competition through the SAGE program!

Who uses SAGE? Students interested in preparing for a career that combin
es engineering, sustainability, and green technologies to address energy and conservation problems of the 21s
t century.

What can SAGE offer you? The SAGE Program connects students with internships, advising, tutoring, information on BCC's Engineering Technology Programs, community outreach opportunities, and more - just explore our student section below!

Degree Programs

The Engineering Technology division offers ten degree programs - career/associates, transfer, and certificate - each infused with sustainable and green energy practices, including Electrical Technology with Solar Energy, Electro-Mechanical with Green Energy Technology, and Mechanical Technology with Wind Power. To learn more about degree programs, plus recommended course sequences and descriptions, click here.


BCC also shares transfer agreements with several schools, including a 100% transfer agreement with University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. Graduating BCC students have successfully transferred to Brown University, Wentworth Institute of Technology, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, the University of Rhode Island, and more. To learn more about Engineering Technology transferring, visit the BCC Transfer page.

Jobs, Internships, and Co-ops

SAGE also connects students with local and national internship and co-op opportunities at companies like Teledyne, Konarka, and Alteris. To hear more about available positions, as well as student's experiences, visit the Careers page.


Here is the list of scholarships offered through the Bristol Community College Foundation for students who will be attending for the 2013-2014 semester and those who will be graduating and moving on to a four year college. For a list of private scholarships currently accepting applications please visit our Scholarship page for students. Please continue to check this page as we will be continue updating it throughout the year.


For more activities offered by the Engineering Program, including Engineering Club Activites, how to apply to BCC, and other opportunities explore our Student Resources section.

Financial Aid Overview



BCC's many resources - internship opportunities, career services, and clubs and organizations helped me focus on my education and my future. Today, I am a junior at the University of Southern California on a full ride, with an internship at Microsoft - the harvest of the seeds BCC helped me plant.

Rodrigo, '10 Engineering Science Transfer