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In Becker’s last year working at Worcester Polytechnic Institute as director of the Academic Resources Center, she logged support for 865 students and alumni over 1,184 appointments.
She moved on to Wheaton College, where in more than a year she supported nearly 600 students and alumni. Becker’s reputation for helping others achieve breakout success has led to students, peers, faculty, and alumni referring others to her. In 2018, she co-led the WPI Career Development Center to rank in all three of the 2018 Princeton Review’s career category rankings.
Currently, at Dell, she is focused on developing a career readiness curriculum for recent graduates and early career individuals. The program focuses on targeting students and graduates of historically Black colleges and universities, as well as community colleges. Becker ensures all students are served by career centers, and at WPI focused on making the career center comfortable for students with documented physical, learning, sensory, psychological, developmental, and other disabilities. She was recognized by the WPI Office of Accessibility Services with the access-friendly professor of the year award.
What four people would you take on a 10-year, deep-space mission? Mark Watney, the botanist in “The Martian”, T.J. Lavin from MTV’s “The Challenge”, Garrett. That’s it; as an introvert, I don’t want too many people around.
Best location in Central Mass.? Buffomville Lake in Charlton
What destination do you hope to visit in the next 25 years? I want to visit all 50 states. I am currently at 36.
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