The Admissions Office at Butler County Community College is accepting application for its Ambassador Program for the 2012-2013 academic year. The focus of this program is to have successful BC3 students assist the Admissions Department with the recruitment of new students.
I chose to become an ambassador for the great experiences that it will bring. I will meet and learn a lot about people I go to BC3 with and those I introduce it to.
The best thing about BC3 is how comfortable you feel on campus and around new people. The campus, as well as, all the staff are all very welcoming and willing to help in any way.
Attend the open house and take part in campus events. They are both great ways to learn the campus and to meet new friends.
After BC3, I plan to continue my education in nursing to earn my bachelorís degree. I plan on attending Slippery Rock or Penn State to continue and complete my degree.
It is a new start to the next challenge in my life and will be a great experience, as well as, an enjoyable one. I hope to meet many new people, as well as, make stronger ties with existing friends.
I chose to become a BC3 Ambassador because of the involvement. I like to get involved with campus activities, as well as promoting other students to get involved in campus activities and clubs.
I believe the best thing about BC3 is the professors and faculty. The professors alone want you to succeed and they are always encouraging academic excellence. The faculty here at BC3 represents the college so well because they are always motivating students, talking highly of the college, and very friendly. All the professors and faculty I have met want the best for their students, which is completion of the program they are and encouraging the students to strive to reach their highest potential.
My advice for future students is to always believe in yourself. When you have setbacks, such as a low test grade or a presentation that did not go as planned, you need to see those as ways to just bounce back and face the next challenge with a positive attitude. As students we all face challenges and have stress, but we also have to remember that we are going to have them throughout our whole lives. We need to take control of the situations and know how to face them when they arise again. If you have dreams and aspirationsÖyou will let nothing stand in your way of achieving them!
Go back to school to get my bachelorís degree in nursing and then on to my masters. I am never going to stop my education because I know how important it is to have knowledge about nursing and to always strive for new, exciting positions. I also plan to seek out a nursing job in hospice care.
I am looking forward to the fall semester because I am going to be facing a lot of challenges, just like many other students. I am going to have to push myself mentally to achieve academic excellence in the nursing program. I am also looking forward to the new friends I am going to meet while attending classes and student activities. While it is important to remember that we are here to get an education, we also need to remember that having a social life and making friends helps boosts our attitude and motivation to succeed.
I was very eager to become involved and make new friends!
The small community feel of not only the campus, but also of the faculty and other students. Everyone is always so helpful to each other. Basically, we have a great "small town, large family" kind of feel here!
Work hard but enjoy yourself while doing so. You are aiming for an ultimate goal of a good education, but do not forget to make a few good friends along the way.
Become a Registered Nurse while continuing my education to become a Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner.
I will be graduating from our very own nursing program!!
The reason I became a BC3 Ambassador is because I thought it would be a wonderful opportunity to establish an interpersonal relationship with new students, existing faculty and staff and learn more about the roots of my alma mater. So far, the position has proven to do just those things!
The level of care and attention given to every student to make it possible to succeed in even the most difficult of positions. This includes things such as free tutoring, transfer/career services, and financial advising.
Take advantage of all the resources available to students and get involved with people/activities on campus. These two things can almost guarantee success and enjoyment during your enrollment at BC3.
I plan to continue my education at Youngstown St. University and go on to graduate school at Pitt for social work (community organization) and public/international affairs.
It is another opportunity to take advantage of networking opportunities, meeting new people, and achieving higher goals than the previous semester. Every semester that I attend BC3, I find out new, interesting information about the College and meet new people. In addition to my education, these are the things that provide the "college experience" in my opinion.
I chose to be a BC3 Ambassador because I want to be more involved in the activities of BC3 students. I am a shy person so being an ambassador is a challenge and an opportunity to gain confidence in myself. I believe this will benefit me in both my career and as an opportunity to make more friends and meet new people.
The faculty at BC3 are extremely helpful and friendly. Students can take advantage of small class sizes in which they can study more efficiently.
Be prepared, be responsible and be excited.
After BC3 I plan on transferring to Slippery Rock University.
I will complete my nursing prerequisites and be ready for the BC3 Nursing Program.
I chose to be a BC3 Ambassador because I thought it would be a great way to meet new students. I also enjoy helping people, so working at open houses and giving tours seemed like a good match for me.
The best thing about BC3 is that you have the same great college experience at a fraction of the average tuition cost. It is honestly a great place to start and you don't feel like you are missing out on anything.
After BC3 I plan to work as a full time nurse, and hopefully someday get my bachelor's degree at Slippery Rock.
I am looking forward to the fall semester because it is a brand new start and a great opportunity to be who you want to be. I am excited to try all the new things available to me now.
I wanted to get involved with BC3 as much as I could, and what better way to do that than become a student ambassador. I chose to attend this college because it was my first initial choice not because it was my only option. I wanted to represent my school and help in any way possible.
I have to say that the best thing about BC3 is the close relationship you can establish with your teachers and fellow classmates. At any other college it would be difficult to get the potential interaction that any BC3 student would.
Make an appointment to talk to the staff. Everyone here is wonderful and personable. If you have any questions at all they will be happy to answer them! Donít hesitate!
With my two years of general credits at BC3 I plan to transfer to Slippery Rock University and enroll in their health services administration program.
Not only will l be one step closer to getting my degree, but I will also get the opportunity to enroll in new and exciting classes.
I chose to become a BC3 Ambassador because I thought I could help students feel welcome at BC3.
My favorite things about BC3 are the excellent faculty and staff. Of all the colleges I have visited or attended, I have yet to see faculty and staff so dedicated to improving the lives of the students.
The most important thing for any student to do while on campus is get involved. Joining a club or being involved in sports is essential to meeting new people and having a generally better time at BC3.
I plan on transferring to the University of Pittsburgh after this year. I am hoping to complete a bachelorís degree in Business Administration.
I am excited to start being more active in clubs and activities. There are many great events on campus I am looking forward to going to as well!