Current students and alumni are some of the best people you could hear from when researching colleges. Their experiences, insights, and reasons for choosing the school they did can really help you realize if you, too, belong there. That's where "My Becker Stories" comes in. Want to meet some typical Hawks?
We recently put together a bunch of profiles on our webiste about Becker students, past and present, who are doing incredible things with their education—and we invite you to check it out now! Read about people like...
Alycia Dery ’15, Sports Management. Alycia Dery ’15 feels her time as a three-sport student-athlete at Becker College taught her valuable lessons in leadership and prepared her well for life. Read her story >
Amelia Karayianis ’16, Global Citizenship. Amelia Karayianis ’16 is the embodiment of Becker College’s mission to provide a transformational experience that prepares graduates to thrive, contribute to, and lead in a global society. Read her story >
Chris Lizotte ’14, Criminal Justice. For Chris Lizotte ’14, service in the U.S. Armed Forces is in his blood—and helping fellow veterans is in his nature. Thanks to the education he received at Becker, he is able to do the work he loves: advocating for veterans every day. Read his story >
Jonathan Hanks ’14, Exercise Science. It took Jonathan Hanks eight years, three schools, and many roadblocks to finally earn his college degree in 2014—and he credits finally finding his place at Becker with his success today. Read his story >
Katelyn Putelis ’11, Graphic Design. Katelyn Putelis came to Becker determined to make long-lasting friendships. Those connections ultimately helped Putelis land her dream job at Riot Games in Los Angeles, Calif., where she works with her favorite online game, League of Legends, as a quality assurance analyst. Read her story >
Korryna Boulette '15, Psychology. When Korryna Boulette’s interest in psychology was first sparked, she never guessed she’d one day be an accepted graduate student at Columbia University’s Teachers College—or that Becker’s Education and Psychology Program would play such a big role in getting her there. Read her story >
Matteo Lanteri '16, Interactive Game Design. Becker College caught the attention of 29-year-old Matteo Lanteri when he was researching video game production and noticed the College’s ranking on The Princeton Review. Two years later, Matteo is an international student from Italy who is not only pursuing an Interactive Game Design major, but making his mark on the Becker community. Read his story >
And there are a lot more students to meet than just these! Visit "My Becker Stories" now to see them all.