DO-IT Ambassadors are pursuing postsecondary studies and careers. They share their experiences with DO-IT Scholars and Pals, encouraging them to pursue their goals in college and employment.
Learning disability, attention deficit disorder (ADD)
Works as a dental assistant.
Attended Eastern Washington University with a major in business.
Worked at a nursing home. Enjoys anime/manga, reading, computer games, and baking.
Studies mathematics at the University of Washington. Interested in a career in software engineering, image processing, or other computer-related occupation.
Attends Bellevue College. Would like to pursue a career as a social worker.
Attends Clark College and is pursuing an associate's degree in business administration.
Earned bachelor's degrees in political economics and history at the University of Washington. Accepted into UW Bothell's Master of Arts in Policy Studies program. Working as an AccessSTEM Intern at DO-IT.
Studies sociology at Western Washington University. Interests include criminal psychology and a career with the federal government.
Earned a degree in biochemistry from the University of Washington.
Earned a political science degree from the Evergreen State College.
Graduated from Columbia Basin College with an associate's degree in liberal arts.
Studies design at Cornish College of the Arts. Works in abstract painting.
Graduated from the University of Washington with degrees in political science and communications. Completed an internship at NOAA and the ACLU.
Earned a computer science degree from the University of Washington. After several successful internships at Microsoft in high school and college, is now a full-time employee.
Graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in comparative literature. Works for a publishing company in Washington, DC.
Graduated from Washington State University with a major in political science and minor in criminal justice. Studies law at Gonzaga University and works at the university's legal assistance clinic.
Studies environmental sciences and technology at the University of Washington, Bothell.
Attends Edmonds Community College and studies psychology to become a social worker or counselor for teenagers.