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Dear Potential RD Candidates,

Thank you for your interest in Boston College and the Resident Director (RD) position. I hope you will find the information below helpful as you discern if BC might be the right fit for you. We take pride in our students, staff, and the opportunities we can provide for everyone in our community. It is our goal to manage a positive, transparent, and professional search process for all candidates. If there are questions you have, or information you do not see available, please feel free to reach out to me and I will do my best to help out. Good luck as you enter into your search process!

Brian Regan, Associate Director, Residential Education

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Meet the other R.D.s!

Phionna-Cayola Claude
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Phionna-Cayola Claude

Phionna-Cayola Claude

Community: 

Fitzpatrick, Shaw, Gonzaga

Hometown: 

Dedham, MA

What made you choose to work at BC? 

Cura Personalis, is at the forefront of all that I do. I can thrive at institution that encourages and expects us to do work that values the whole person!

What has been your favorite memory at BC?

Attending a gospel choir concert by Voices of Imani, they truly uplifted their talents and praises to God!

What do you love about living in the Boston area?

I love being close to home and the city. Making plans with friends is accessible and a quick trip to the city

Armando Martinez
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Armando Martinez

Armando Martinez

Community:

The Avenue

Hometown:

Mattapan, Boston

What made you choose to work at BC?

The allure of Boston College has been there my whole life as a resident of the city. Now, I find myself able to be a part of that community, how could I not!

What has been your favorite memory at BC?

Anytime I get to see our Hockey teams play!

What do you love about living in the Boston area?

I love being near family, home is where the heart is!

Mike Sanzio
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Mike Sanzio

Mike Sanzio

Community:

Hillsides

Hometown:

Stow, Massachusetts

What made you choose to work at BC?

After two years at BC for my graduate program I knew I had found a place that I could call home and consistently surround myself with people who are both incredibly supportive as well as constantly pushing me to do more and grow.

What has been your favorite memory at BC?

Not one in particular, but the casual and fun gatherings that happen as the weather turns nice agian in April and May makes you feel like you are just hanging out with friends in the neighborhood and not having a BBQ at work with your work people.

What do you love about living in the Boston area?

There is truly something for everyone here. I love all the history, the food, and the sports that are just a short car ride or ride on the T away.

Angelina Wheatley
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Angelina Wheatley

Angelina Wheatley

Community:

Mods/Stayer

Hometown:

Stockton, NJ

What made you choose to work at BC?

I wanted to get back to the east coast and be closer to family!

What has been your favorite memory at BC?

The ResEd retreat!

What do you love about living in the Boston area?

I’m always looking for fun things to do in Boston but especially love the museums!

Kylie Windecker
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Kylie Windecker

Kylie Windecker

Community:

Walsh Hall

Hometown:

Moorhead, MN

What made you choose to work at BC?

A huge draw to working at Boston College for me was the Jesuit values. I really love being part of a strong values and mission driven institution, and loving having shared language and goals. I think regardless of religious backgrounds and perspectives, we can all agree that the core of our work is a focus on care for the whole person (Cura Personalis), to think about serving others and caring for your community, and with a focus on reflection and processing.

I also really love the Boston area, was looking for a larger department than I've been a part of previously, and really enjoyed the people I got to meet in my interview process who I eventually got to call colleagues and now so enjoy working alongside!

What has been your favorite memory at BC?

I have so many great memories and truly just enjoy the day to day experiences and energy! From working and laughing alongside some wonderful other RDs and Grads to supervising an amazing, highly energized, passionate RA team, to having summer BBQs with the team, to getting coffee and lunch with campus partners and colleagues, and to enjoying BC sporting and campus events - I've had a lot of fun in my time here!

What do you love about living in the Boston area?

The Boston area is fun to be in because there are so many things to do, new places to try, and year round activities. I really enjoy that Boston is a city and has city vibes, but is also kind of small, so everything is close and it can be pretty easy to get around by driving, taking the train, or walking. Also, as gal from the midwest, I love being in New England because I feel like there is so much to explore. It's really easy to pop into other states for a day or afternoon and I think just opens the area up for so many new adventures!

Dan Roussel
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Dan Roussel

Dan Roussel

Community:

Cheverus, Kostka, & Medeiros

Hometown:

Cranston, RI

What made you choose to work at BC?

I originally came to BC as a graduate student, but what convinced me to go full-time as an RD was the close community within Residential Life. You get the sense that people really care about one another, and we try to lift as we climb. I've always felt really supported by my peers in the department!

What has been your favorite memory at BC?

Last year in the First-Year Area, the Newton RDs planned "Newton Prom," an event designed to include students on a campus that doesn't have a ton of non-Res Life programming. The students absolutely *loved it*, and it was fun to host and facilitate as well!

What do you love about living in the Boston area?

How close everything is! The Green Line literally has a stop right at BC. The T isn't perfect, but it'll get you wherever you want to go around Boston. It can be really fun to just spend a day exploring new train lines and seeing what's at every stop!