For the last Ambassador blog post of the 2015-2016 academic year, I would like to thank the graduating seniors. We have 11 Ambassadors who are participating in May Commencement this year, who leave behind a legacy of service and commitment.
Out of the 11 graduating Ambassadors, we have one who has dedicated an impressive four years to the program, and five that have served for three years. Several of the Ambassadors have helped organize the College’s Hunger Banquet, raising money to aid hunger relief through Foodshare. Six of the 11 Ambassadors have also participated in some form of study abroad, going to places from Poland to Hawaii.
And oh are these Ambassadors going places after Commencement! Some have already been admitted to graduate school, while others secured full-time employment in their field of study. We wish them all the best as they figure out their next steps in life after graduation. Good luck Ambassador Alumni!
From left to right, top to bottom:
John Garcia, Allied Health Sciences
Kamil Jablonowski, Horticulture
Kelsey Rankin, Athletic Training
Abigail Colburn, Allied Health Sciences
Kayleigh Fay, Nutritional Sciences
Anna Casale, Environmental Studies
Lauren Timmerman, Nutritional Sciences
Monica Garvey, Dietetics
Antonia Brunetti, Animal Science (Dec ’15)
Tyler Lemoine, Pathobiology
Colin Ng, Environmental Studies, Resource Economics