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 heard that Dan Rooney was an ambassador so I thought I could meet him through this program. That was not the case; however, I have enjoyed my time working with the people at BC3.
The fine employees of the BC3 bookstore. Also, the beautiful campus, faculty and staff are tremendous to be around. This is a close knit college where everyone knows your name.
Do not talk to the financial controller, he is very mean.
Transfer to a four year college and begin my path to a career in broadcasting. Alternative is to travel with my dad’s band, “Finance Jake and the Calculators.”
I get to meet all the fine people at BC3 and begin the last stage of my educational career.
It can be a dreadfully complicated and drawn out process to become an international student in the US. That, however, was not the case at BC3. I was welcomed with open arms and felt at home right away. Being an ambassador not only gives me the opportunity to show my appreciation and be involved at such a great institution, it also allows me to share my wonderful experiences that I have had here.
The support and encouragement that you get from everyone on campus, the administrative staff, the faculty as well as the students. If you show the least bit of enthusiasm, motivation or commitment the people at BC3 will do everything in their power to see to it that you attain you goal.
Make use of every opportunity! BC3 offers a great deal of opportunities for you to excel in your studies and career choices. Go to class!........Talk to you lecturers!.........Ask for help!.........Be an active student!
finish my BSN, where after I would like to complete my masters in physician assistance or nurse practitioner.
I can feed my brain again! I enjoy the challenges studying brings and love the satisfaction of knowing that I have accumulated more knowledge. It makes my brain feel bigger which, in turn, makes me feel smarter.
I chose to be a BC3 Ambassador because I wanted to get more involved in different aspects of the college besides just academics. I also thought it would be a great way to meet school administrators and encourage new students.
I like the fact that BC3 is a smaller campus, with smaller class sizes which allows you to get to know your teachers on a more personal level. Also the benefits of living at home and attending a local campus.
Get involved, there are lots of extracurricular activities. This gives you a more well-rounded sense of purpose.
Continue my education and transfer to a school that offers Occupational Therapy where I would use the skills I've learned at BC3 to continue to work with children.
I wil be finishing up my degree in Early Childhood Education where the classes will focus more on the education aspect.
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 aspirations…you will let nothing stand in your way of achieving them!
Go back to school to get my bachelor’s 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 wanted to be an ambassador because, I enjoy meeting new people and wanted to share all the opportunities that BC3 offers to new students.
Personally, the best thing about BC3 is the smaller class size, and beautiful campus.
Community college is a great place to start.
After BC3, I plan to transfer to a state local school to earn my bachelor’s degree.
I am looking forward to the fall semester at BC3 because, I am excited to meet new people and start the next chapter of my life.
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 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! Don’t 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 be a BC3 Ambassador because I like the idea of showing interested BC3 students all of the wonderful assets this college has to offer.
I believe the small class sizes are the best thing about BC3. A smaller class allows a student more one on one time with the instructor.
My advice to future students would be to find a balance between studies and campus life. Students need to study hard, but they should also have fun while at BC3. Get involved in the numerous clubs or sports BC3 has to offer.
Transfer to Robert Morris University and achieve a Bachelor's Degree in Nursing then pursue a Master's Degree.
I'm excited to meet new people and begin my journey to become a nurse.