Following his dream of playing college baseball, the Puerto Rican native made the decision to move to Boston and attend Fisher College where he can combine pursuing a degree in Criminal Justice with playing ball for the Fisher Baseball Team.
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After starting her college journey during the peak of the Covid-19 pandemic, Jasmin knew that she needed a change to get the full experience of college and made the decision to transfer to Fisher College. “Before coming to Fisher College, I was at Pine Manor College. They started to close down during my Freshman year, and I was very nervous about what my next steps would be. After much thought and discussion with professors, I decided that Fisher would be a great transfer option for me. I am a commuter student and Fisher College was very easy to get to from home. One of the professors at my old college also expressed to me that the biology program here at Fisher was growing rapidly and it would be a good idea to continue my studies here.
Since moving from Canada to Boston, Jackson believes that his career in esports has taken a positive turn. Jackson felt the move was “the best decision I’ve made for my career”; he’s been able to make important connections with students, faculty, and many different companies in the industry he is the most passionate about.
We had the pleasure of interviewing Karizma and we got to ask her for an inside look on her major and she stated…”My favorite thing about my major is that it is aimed around the age group I want to work with, and I think that it’s very important the infants and toddlers get special attention so that their developmental needs are met and cared for.”