Meet the Student Ambassadors
Jazzy is a second-year non-traditional commuter student with dual majors in Secondary Education and Medical Office Technology. Originally from New Hampshire, she moved to Bangor five years ago. In her spare time, Jazzy enjoys taking her daughter to the park, hiking, camping, and reading. She is the Vice President of the Beta Beta Omicron chapter of Phi Theta Kappa and intends to transfer to UMAINE for a Bachelor’s Degree in Secondary Education. It is her goal to teach college English at a university.
Travis is attending his first year at EMCC in the Liberal Studies program. He is a graduate of Hermon High School, and also studied at United Technology Center where he was enrolled in the Information Technology program. Travis is a residential student and lives in Acadia Hall, and is enjoying the various campus life activities available to students. In the future, Travis plans to transfer his credits to a 4 year university to earn his Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Business management.
Kryssi grew up in the outskirts of Bangor, and has attended several of the area’s education institutions. She currently has certificates in Medical Transcription and Medical Assisting, and is working on a Healthcare Secretary Certificate as well. As a full-time non-traditional student, Kryssi spends her personal time with her two favorite people in the whole world, her children. They enjoy many activities together including hiking, biking, swimming, puzzles, learning, and family movie time. Kryssi’s dream is to provide the utmost care for those in medical need. She hopes this dream will become a reality through entering EMCC’s astounding Nursing Program next fall.
John is a non-traditional second-year student in the Education program. He plans to transfer to the University of Maine in Orono to earn his bachelor’s degree in secondary education with a focus in American History. His career aspiration is to teach at the high school level. Having experienced two oversea deployments, John enjoys being involved with the Student Veterans of America (SVA) club on campus. Participating as a member has allowed him to assist other veterans in tackling their academic challenges. In his free time, John enjoys the outdoor activities of hiking, camping, fishing and canoeing in remote wilderness waterways. Amazed by the outstanding sense of community at EMCC, he wishes to extend and share a welcome to new and prospective students.
Kelley is a first year student enrolled in the Liberal Studies program. She graduated from Lawrence High School in Fairfield and also studied Auto-CAD at Mid-Maine Tech. Kelley is enjoying being a EMCC resident of Kineo hall and plans to apply for the Emergency Medical Services program for the upcoming spring semester.
Dakota is a first year student of EMCC and is enrolled in the Fire Science program. He already has served 8 years as a volunteer firefighter for his local town of Orland. Those years of service, and his father’s encouragement were the driving force to continue studies in fire safety. Dakota is loving the college experience as an EMCC residential student. He is also a member of the Boy Scouts of America and has achieved the highest ranking of Eagle Scout.