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How to Register for Magner Career Center Workshops and Programs:

It is highly recommended to register for workshops. Those who are not registered may not be allowed to attend the event. Follow the steps below to register:

  1. Log onto BC WebCentral and select the Career Tab, then click Career Workshops.
  2. Go to the Workshop Registration Channel to view the center’s events and select the Register Button to register. 
  3. Supply the email address that you check most often to ensure you receive the notifications.
  4. Check the box of the workshop you would like to register for and deselect the workshop you would like to cancel. Click the "Submit Changes" button at the bottom of the page when you are done. 

By registering through BC WebCentral, you receive a registration confirmation, event reminders, and are notified of any changes and cancellations of the workshop. 

If you have any issues registering for workshops please call 718 951 5696 or email

Expectations Regarding Events:

All Magner Career Center events require students to pre-register. Only confirmed students are guaranteed a spot at the event. The staff will use their discretion to determine, on the day of the event, whether walk-ins can be accommodated.   Students are expected to arrive on time for an event, unless they have notified us in advance. After the event has begun, we reserve the right not to allow students in to avoid disrupting the event. As a result, we also expect students to stay for the majority of the event. Those who chronically sign up for events but do not attend may be prevented from attending future events. Food and refreshments are reserved for attendees of the event. Especially for events involving outside speakers, alumni and employers students are asked to dress in business casual attire and behave professionally. We reserve the right to exclude a student from an event if they are disruptive or unprofessional, whether or not they are confirmed for the event.  Any photographs, social media, newspaper articles require approval of the guest/speaker.

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