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Community College Global Affairs Fellows highlighted as Champions by Chancellor of the California Community Colleges
Dr. Sonya Christian, Chancellor of the California Community Colleges, highlights CCGAF on her blog as Community College champions, noting that American River, Berkeley City, Compton, East Los Angeles, El Camino, Foothill, Ohlone, Pasadena City, Riverside City and Santa Monica community colleges are all represented this year.
Santa Monica College Students Selected for Community College Global Affairs Fellowship | Culver City Observer highlights Daniel Mejia and Jarod Lopez (CCGAF ’23)
“Aerospace engineering major Daniel Mejia and political science major Jarod Lopez are among 30 community college/transfer students selected for this fully-paid enrichment and mentorship program, out of over 140 exemplary applicants. SMC is one of 22 community colleges in the nation to have a student selected for this fellowship.”
Santa Monica College Students Selected for Community College Global Affairs Fellowship | Santa Monica College highlights Daniel Mejia and Jarod Lopez (CCGAF ’23)
Jarod Lopez said it was “an overwhelming moment” when he discovered he’d been granted the fellowship. “This remarkable opportunity signifies a tremendous leap toward my passion for global affairs,” Lopez said. “It fuels my eagerness to learn, expand my knowledge, and contribute meaningfully to the international community. I am truly thankful and eagerly await the transformative journey that lies ahead!”
Two BMCC Students Selected for Community College Global Affairs Fellowship in Washington D.C. | Borough of Manhattan Community College highlights Vanique Davis and Eduardo Lebron (CCGAF ’23)
“Two Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC/CUNY) students—Linguistics and Literacy major Vanique Davis and Computer Network Technology major Eduardo Lebron—have been selected to participate in the Community College Global Affairs Fellowship (CCGAF) this summer in Washington D.C. Lebron and Davis, who both graduate this Spring, are among 30 fellows selected out of more than 140 applicants”
SF Student Selected For Community College Global Affairs Fellowship | Santa Fe College highlights Jamaal Baptiste (CCGAF ’23)
Santa Fe College is pleased to announce that Jamaal Baptiste (Organizational Management) has been accepted to participate in the Community College Global Affairs Fellowship (CCGAF) in Washington, DC this summer.