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Timothy Heard, of Millbury, MA, earned a degree from Becker College on Saturday, May 14, 2016 at the DCU Center in Worcester, Mass.; it was the college's 228th commencement. Heard was part of the ...Spring 2016
Timothy Heard Earned a Degree from Becker College
Timothy Heard, of Millbury, MA, earned a degree from Becker College on Saturday, May 14, 2016 at the DCU Center in Worcester, Mass.; it was the college's 228th commencement.
Heard was part of the "Global Class of 2016," the largest graduating class in the college's history, and the first class to have global citizenship fully integrated into the college curriculum for four years and made a requirement for graduation.
Becker College is ranked by The Princeton Review as one of the best 380 colleges in the U.S. With a 95 percent placement rate for its graduates for employment or further study, Becker serves more than 2,100 students from across the country and around the world. Becker offers a wide range of quality degree programs that prepare graduates for the challenges and entrepreneurial opportunities of the 21st century. Like the college on Facebook. Follow the college on Twitter @BeckerCollege.
Timothy Heard, of Millbury, was named to Becker College's Dean's List for the Spring 2015 semester.Spring 2015
Timothy Heard, of Millbury, was named to the Dean's List at Becker College for the Fall 2014 semester.Fall 2014
Timothy Heard of Millbury, MA was named to the Becker College Dean's List for fall 2013. The Princeton Review ranks Becker College as one of the best 378 colleges in the U.S. Becker's undergraduat...Fall 2013
BaggerFebruary 2007 - PresentAs a bagger, I bag groceries in accordance to customer requests, return shopping baskets and carriages to their respective areas, maintain recycling machines, return unpurchased products, remove damaged products for disposal, sweep the aisles, vacuum the lobby, and bring cardboard and garbage to their respective compactors. I also maintain a neat apperance and a professional demeanor.
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Volunteer bloggerMay 2008 - PresentI started blogging as part of a two-month long internship (lasting from May to June of 2008) which I obtained through Project Triumph, a program at Quinsigamond Community College designed to help people with disabilities similar to myself obtain decent jobs by training them in basic computer skills, using Microsoft Office software (2007 at the time), career research, job etiquette, financial management, and resume writing. Under the title of The Voice of Heard, I have written entries that cover teen interests under the station's Teen Central program, such as popular culture, science, education, video games, and autism. After my internship ended, I have been allowed to continue updating The Voice of Heard with entires discussing topics of my choice at my own pace, which I am still doing to this day. Recently, I have created two new blogs on Google Blogger as an independent blogger. One is an expansion on video games, which I call The Escapist's Realm. The second is an expansion on issues regarding autism, which I call Loud and Strong.