I start my classes in the morning, filling the time between them with homework and meetings.
Mitch believes it’s imperative for students to take advantage of all the opportunities WPI has to offer, and he’s speaking from experience—his achievements range from helping build the SCUBA Club from the ground up to founding his own medical devices company, Bakku Technologies.
He also appreciates the fact that WPI’s focus on project-based learning has helped him take skills gleaned in the classroom and apply them effectively to other projects, co-ops, and—eventually—his careers, something he sees as invaluable.
“The soft skills WPI graduates learn in projects as well as just knowing how to start and end a project sets them so far apart from their peers,” he says.
Mitch is working to bring Bakku Technologies to a point where it can sustain him and his business partner, allowing them to work for themselves after graduation.
- Secretary of Lambda Chi Alpha
- Treasurer of the SCUBA Club
- Member of Tech Advisor’s Network
- Member of the Investing Association
- Technical SCUBA diving
- Refurbishing vintage motorcycles
I head to my office space at the Worcester CleanTech Incubator to work on things related to my company with my business partner.
I spend some free time working on the motorcycle I’m refurbishing.