Meet the High School Outreach Team!
Lupita De la Cruz, B.A. in Spanish & Community Culture, email@example.com/ (909) 274-4501 As a Latina immigrant, former ELD student, and the first in my family to graduate high school, I encountered many obstacles in my educational journey. Although I was a DREAMER/AB 540 student, I learned that regardless of my status dreams can became a reality if one turns them into life goals and is diligent. Aside from ensuring your smooth transition from high school to college, I will devote my time to empoweing you to be a self-advocate and leader in your community." Educational History: Arroyo HS, Mt. SAC, UCLA.
Anita Bailey, B.A. in Communication Studies, firstname.lastname@example.org / (909) 274-5634 As a former Student-Athlete at Mt.SAC I understand the struggles of balancing multiple priorities while in college. But, I know that with perseverance and determination one can accomplish anything. Everyone deserves the opportuinty to receive an education, and I am here to help students achieve academic success. I can attest from personal experience that the journey through college can have obstacles, but my passion is to use my life experiences to mentor students through this process successfully. College can appear to be a scary place, but it doesn't have to be. Educational History: Chino HS, Mt. SAC, University of Louisville.
Jessica Alvarez, B.A. in Sociology, email@example.com / (909) 274-6032 In High School I was part of the Upward Bound program and the first in my family to attend college. Just as other's provided support for me while in high school, I'm here to help you successfully navigate from high school to college. I'm here to assist you in your personal and educational development. Remember I'm here to help you so that you don't do this alone! Educational History: La Puente HS, UC Riverside, and currently earning an M.S. at Cal State Long Beach
Marvin Thompson, firstname.lastname@example.org, (909) 374-6032 While growing up in the City of Pomona I undermined my ability to succeed academically. College did not seem as a realistic option for myself. Due to mistakes and challenges, I could not graduate from a traditional high school therefore I recieved my GED at Pomona Adult & Career Education in 2008. Although to me college didn't seem like an option my mother and sister though differently. My sister held my hand and walked me through each step of the Mt. SAC admissions process. Once I became acclimated to the campus my self doubt was broken. I became involved with Phi Theta Kappa, Alpha Gamma Sigma, and the Honors Program. The hardships I encountered throughout my educational journey have shaped my into the persistent individual I am today. I now devote myself to empowering the lives of our youth by providing resources and opporunities leading them to a successful transition to college and adult lives. Educational History: Pomona Adult & Career Education, Mt. SAC, and University of La Verne.