Meet the Lead Ambassadors

Lead Ambassadors

Trevor B headshotName: Trevor B.
Hometown: Coventry, CT
Year: Class of 2021
Major: Interactive Media Design, specializing in Game Design
Why did you choose Becker? Because I felt that this is where I would get the best quality education that I could.  From year one, I was involved in classes that revolved around my major with general education classes mixed in which allowed me to work on my skill set much sooner than I would have at another college.
What is your favorite thing about Becker? The sense of community that the college has is one of my favorite things.
What is your favorite place to hang out while on campus? The Hawk’s Nest.
What’s your favorite place to grab food off campus? The Boynton Restaurant in Worcester
What are some clubs and organizations you’re involved in? eSports, International Game Developers Association (IGDA), Ultimate Frisbee, Graphic Design Club
What is your favorite thing/thing you are most proud of doing here? The level of involvement that I’ve been able to maintain at college.  I was able to make new friends and connections that I would not have otherwise.
What’s a fun fact about you? I like to play a lot of instruments and try to self-teach myself new ones as a hobby.
What is your advice for prospective students and/or high school seniors? Make sure when you get to college that you get involved in campus activities.  It makes the transition from high school to college a bit easier.


Nick DitoccoName: Nick D.
Hometown: Pembroke, MA
Year: Class of 2020
Major: Psychology, specializing in Mental Health Counseling
Why did you choose Becker? The ability to minor in animal behavior.
What is your favorite thing about Becker? The community.
What is your favorite place to hang out while on campus? The Design Building.
What are some clubs and organizations you’re involved in? Cosplay Club, Pokemon Go Club
What is your favorite thing/thing you are most proud of doing here? Becoming a Resident Assistant.
What’s a fun fact about you? I’m a cosplayer!
What is your advice for prospective students and/or high school seniors? Don’t feel like your actions are set in stone. You have plenty of time to decide and even change your mind if you need to!


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Name: Harumi N.
Hometown: Cali, Colombia
Year: Class of 2020
Major: Veterinary Technology (Associates)
Why did you choose Becker? The clinic and the change of environment.
What is your favorite thing about Becker? It’s a very welcoming space and the fact that I’m able to learn from faculty members in my field of study, not just from classes but from their real-life experiences.
What is your favorite place to hang out while on campus? The fishbowl in the Fuller Campus Center.
What are some clubs and organizations you’re involved in? Student Chapter of the National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America (SCHAVTA), Japanese Club
What is your favorite thing/thing you are most proud of doing here? Being able to help animals.
What’s a fun fact about you? I can speak three languages!
What is your advice for prospective students and/or high school seniors? Don’t buy textbooks ahead of time – you never know when professors will change their minds!


Kayla WName: Kayla W.
Hometown: Bedford, NH
Year: Class of 2020
Major: Pre-Veterinary Science
Why did you choose Becker? Because of the small classes and the on-campus veterinary clinic.
What is your favorite thing about Becker? I love that there are so many opportunities to get involved on campus.
What is your favorite place to hang out while on campus? The game room in the Fuller Campus Center! It’s the perfect place to study and hang out with friends.
What’s your favorite place to grab food off campus? The Boynton Restaurant in Worcester
What are some clubs and organizations you’re involved in? Alpha Lambda Delta (President), Resident Assistant, Cheerleading team
What is your favorite thing/thing you are most proud of doing here? Getting out into the Becker community, being able to join clubs and organizations, and meet amazing people along the way.
What’s a fun fact about you? I’m studying abroad in Australia this spring!
What is your advice for prospective students and/or high school seniors? Never be afraid to try a new sport or club! It could end up being some of the best days of your college experience.