Tita Antonopoulos is a student in the Entertainment Management program at Bay State College, so it's no surprise that she supports the arts. In recent years, however, she has a new reason to appreciate them: her son, Christos.
Students in the Entertainment Management Senior Practicum course are doing more than a typical senior project – they're giving back to the Boston community.
Bay State College's Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) program is so dedicated to service learning, they've made it a core part of their curriculum! PTA students are assigned their service learning projects during their first semester, and work on them for the remainder of their two-year program. We sat down with a group of graduating PTA students - Sammi Lehr, Kaitlin Kolesnikoff and Alison Quill - to learn more about the service learning project they completed this year.
Bay State Students Collaborate with Break A Difference for Trip to Washington D.C. and Share Their Alternate Spring Break Highlights
From March 12th through March 18th, 2017, three Bay State students traveled to Washington D.C. to volunteer for the Greater Washington Boys & Girls Club with other students from around the country to serve children in underprivileged communities and complete other service activities in the D.C. area.
Lisa Hillengas has always been interested in understanding the human body. At the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), she was a sculpture major. In her free time, she was a figure skater and Pilates instructor. It was a natural transition, then, when she decided to enroll in the Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) program at Bay State College.