I’m Stephanie, and I am a Senior with an Applied Psychology & Human Development Major and an English Minor in the Lynch School of Education. I am from Pomona, California and am part of the Organization of Latin American Affairs (OLAA) on campus.
My name is Francisca, and I am a graduate student here in the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs. I am pursuing a degree in Educational Research Methodology and hope to apply for my Ph.D. after graduation.
Hi, my name is Kelsey and I'm from Chicago. I'm currently a senior with a double major in finance and management and leadership. On campus, I'm a member of BC's swim team as well as BC Charity: Water. After graduation, I plan to live in Boston working for KPMG's financial management practice.
My name is Erika, and I am a Junior from Miami, Florida. I am currently a Biology major and a Medical Humanities Minor in the Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences. I am involved in Public Health on campus, and aspire to become a Physicians Assistant.
Hi, my name is Debbie and I’m from Long Island, NY. I am a senior in the Connell School of Nursing and am currently working as a Patient Care Technician on the maternity unit at Beth Israel. On campus, I am a mentor for underclassmen in a culture club and I also am a volunteer tutor for the BC Neighborhood Center. After graduation, I plan to live in Boston while getting my masters to become a Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner.
Hi, my name is Joseph, and I graduated from Falmouth High School in Maine. I’m from the class of 2020, and am currently majoring in Biology on the pre-medical track. I am involved in Boston College EMS. I like learning multiple foreign languages and love writing. I have been able to publish a book of poetry to share my experience as a Syrian immigrant.
Hi, my name is Emily, and I’m from Grapevine, Texas. I’m a Senior in the Lynch School of Education studying Applied Psychology and Human Development with minors in English and Faith, Peace, and Justice. On campus I am a Resident Assistant and I am applying to graduate programs for Higher Education and Student Affairs next fall!