Branko was Born in Tubmanburg City, Bomi County, ethnicity: Lofa County, LIBERIA, West Africa, and is pursuing an A.A.S. degree in Management for the Technical Professional.
Branko wanted to represent DCTC as a Student Ambassador to serve as a role model and mentor to those students who feel they cannot cope with the challenges and difficulties of succeeding in College, and to also make DCTC known in our communities for it quality education and support of student success.
In addition to being a Student Ambassador, Branko has been involved in Christians on Campus, the Student Senate, the Multicultural Student Leadership Association (MSLA), and a member of the TRiO program.
Branko's hobbies include singing, reading, motivating and encouraging people to overcome life challenges and situations, doing creating things, and he loves spending time with kids, family and friends.
...Thing about DCTC: "The availability of courses and programs at DCTC matches the current employment needs and student success. At DCTC, you would have a chance through the Student Life Center to meet and build a wonderful relationships with the, faulty, staff and instructors. I LOVE DCTC."
...Class: Human resources, International Building Code and Regulations and more.
...Movie: E.T. (1982)
...Musician/Band: Pastor Donnie McClurkin, Matthew West, Women of Faith, Kirk Franklin, Chris Tomlin, and Lionel Richie.
...Quote: "The way each day will look to you all starts with who you are look up to" - Psalm 121:1-2.
Tips for students on...
...How to be a successful student: "Discover who you are, know what you want to be, and go for it! You can be whoever you want to be. Just believe in yourself and never let anyone tell you you cannot do it. Set a realistic goal, work very hard to achieve it, and never have a sense of complacency until you fully achieve you goal."
...Making friends: "This is key because it helps build a family cycle and keeps everyone connected. The key to building a successful relationship is respect: treat everyone as you would like to be treated, regardless of believes, ethnicity and disagreements."