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Global & Community Outreach

Solving social issues. Transforming lives.

Becker College is a hub for exploration, innovation, and leadership. We offer partnership development for businesses and nonprofits, and experiential service learning opportunities.

WE SEE poverty, unemployment and other social challenges as opportunities to inspire new ideas, new businesses, and new solutions. We always take creative, compassionate and sustainable actions to solve social challenges.

WE ENGAGE with a cross sector of people — students, faculty, staff, and community and business leaders — to feel, think., and act in ways that improve the quality of life for our neighbors near and far.

For more information about our study abroad, internship and experiential learning opportunities, please go to Study Abroad. 

See pictures from a recent service learning trip at Spring Break in Haiti.

 

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Becker student holds game development webinars

Published on: September 14, 2020

When Becker College senior Jacob Siegel’s summer internship was cancelled due to the global pandemic, he decided to use the time putting together a series of summer webinars—a project that he called the Game Dev Explorer program—with the goal of giving students an insider look at the game industry.

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Becker named one of the nation’s best colleges

Published on: September 10, 2020

Becker College has been ranked as one of “The Best 386 Colleges” by The Princeton Review.  The Princeton Review college rankings are based on surveys of 143,000 college students, who rated their institutes of higher education in many areas and report on their campus experiences.

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Kickstarting success: Becker alum crowdfunds game

Published on: September 4, 2020

Becker College graduate Christian DeCoster ’19 recently found a way to bring his vision for a new video game to life, by asking the crowd for a hand. “Don’t Take It Personally, I Just Don’t Like You” surpassed its funding goal on the popular Kickstarter platform.

UPDATED! Fall Plans: August 2020Click here