2019 - 2020 Peer Staff

 

Name Title Year & Major Hometown
Juan Garcia Urrutia PAC Coordinator 5th Year Political Science and Linguistics  San Fernando Valley, CA
Cierra Cryer PAC Coordinator 4th Year Psychology and African & African American Studies Pinole, CA
Bryan Chu Peer Advising Counselor 4th Year Neurobiology, Physiology and Behavior  San Jose, CA
Jennifer Valdes Peer Advising Counselor 3rd Year Communications Los Angeles, CA
Josalyne Torres-Baez Peer Advising Counselor 3rd Year Economics Watsonville, CA

 

Franklin Rodas Saravia  Peer Advising Counselor 3rd Year Cognitive Science.                Education Minor Modesto, CA
Cyrus Le  Peer Advising Counselor

3rd Year Managerial Economics.       Technology Management Minor.

Stockton, CA
Lesly Lopez Peer Advising Counselor 3rd Year Neurobiology Physiology and Behavior Salinas, CA
Vera Bell Peer Advising Counselor 4th Year Transfer English  Buena Park, CA
Braulio Gonzalez Peer Advising Counselor 2nd Year. Community and Regional Development Inglewood, CA
Angeles Cruz Arango Peer Advising Counselor 4th Year. Psychology and Chicana/o Studies. Education Minor Petaluma, CA
Luz Torres Baez Peer Advising Counselor 2nd Year. Linguistics Watsonville, CA
Subira Mayo Peer Advising Counselor 2nd Year. Neurobiology Physiology and Behavior North Hollywood, CA
Jacqueline Rajerison Peer Advising Counselor 3rd Year Marine and Coastal Science: Focus in Marine Ecology and Organismal Biology Union City, CA
Alexandra Canjura Communications Coordinator 3rd Year Design Los Angeles, CA
Chelsea Jimenez

Graphic Coordinator

3rd Year Design & Cinema and Digital Media

Minor in Communications

Vacaville, CA
Kameron Carey  Graphic Coordinator 

 

3rd Year Design

 

Lakewood, WA

 

Alfredo Arzola-Ibarra Special Projects Assistant - "We Are First" Living Learning Community  2nd Year Cognitive Science & Design  Riverside, CA 

 

Winter Quarter 2020 Office Hours

Times Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
9-10am

Vero/Alfredo

Jacqueline/Vera Bryan/Vera Alfredo/Braulio Jennifer/Bryan
10-11am

Jacqueline/Franklin

Alfredo/Braulio Subira/Jacqueline Franklin/Braulio Jennifer/Bryan
11am-12pm

Franklin/Braulio

Bryan/Angeles Luz/Angeles Angeles/Bryan Bryan/Jennifer
12-1pm

Braulio/Subira

Jennifer/Subira Subira/Luz Jennifer/Josalyne Subira/Cyrus
1-2pm

Cyrus/Jacqueline

Cyrus/Subira Josalyne/Luz Jennifer/Braulio Bryan/Cyrus
2-3pm Braulio/Jacqueline Angeles/Franklin Josalyne/Luz Angeles/Braulio Subira/Vera
3-4pm Jacqueline/Angeles Josalyne/Franklin Angeles/Cyrus Alfredo/Josalyne Closed
4-5pm Vera/Jennifer Josalyne/Luz Franklin/Cyrus Jacqueline/Vera Closed
5-6pm Angeles/Vera Josalyne/Luz Cyrus/Franklin Luz/Vera Closed

History 

In 1972, a number of students expressed their concern for the need to provide a support element to supplement EOP counseling. At that time, two of the student leaders, Nate Allen (now a practicing physician in Sacramento and Los Angeles) and Shelton Yip (administrator of Special Education Service in Sacramento) wrote a proposal, which was designed to provide academic, personal and social support to EOP students. This proposal was subsequently approved by the Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs (Thomas Dutton) and was targeted for implementation in the summer of 1972. 

The PAC Program was incorporated into the Intercultural Center from 1973 to 1978. The primary focus of the Intercultural Center was to organize and implement educational and cultural awareness programs for the campus community as well as academic support for EOP students. The PAC staff served as the primary component of the Intercultural Center, which provided support for the EOP students. The PAC Program marked the first peer team that employed students from diverse cultural backgrounds.  

In 1978, the Intercultural Center was reorganized and became the EOP Information Office. The program is a thriving unit under the Office of Educational Opportunity and Enrichment Services, after moving from Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) in 2006. The primary purpose of the EOP Information Office is to serve as the hub for EOP students, providing academic support and retention services to help students achieve their educational goals.  

Over the years, the EOP Information Office expanded to offer additional services, which include the organization and implementation of orientation programs, cultural and social awareness programs, informational workshops, student workload assignments, services for former foster youth, and the creation of linkages between EOP and other campus departments.