I was born and raised in Southern California and moved to the Bay Area in 2012. I have been an ambassador since the Spring ’13 and plan on applying for transfer this fall. I intend on majoring in Development Studies and would love to study abroad in either Latin America or Southeast Asia. My experiences apart of the program has deepened my love for communication and my passion for education.
My name is Hoa Luong. I can speak English and Vietnamese. My major is Nursing. I love reading, gardening and talking with people, especially with children and seniors. I love BCC Student Ambassador Program because it gives me opportunities to serve communities by helping student in enrollment and campus tour. BCC Ambassador Program transforms my life.
Hola my name is Carlos Ramirez Farias, I was born in Aguascalientes, Mexico & I’m looking to major in Nuclear Engineering. I’m a native Spanish speaker and can communicate in Portuguese. I’m part of the California Dream Network which works to serve the undocumented community. As most “DREAMers” I love the opportunity community colleges like BCC give students like us to pursue higher education.
My name is Bolorjargal Mendbayar. I moved to Berkeley from Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia in 2010 and have been a student at Berkeley City College since then. I started from ESL. My academic interests are Psychology and Environmental science. Helping students and giving a hand to my community motivates me to be a student ambassador. I chose to be an ambassador is to help students adjust to a new education system and begin writing the first page of their college careers.
I am Andrea Parish. I am from Texas and moved to California in 2013. I Love being apart of the Ambassador Program it has allowed me to expand my networking and personal skills, and has truly strengthen my beliefs in the importance of Political Science.
My name is Fernando and most likely will major in good ol’ geeky mathematics! I speak English and Spanish fluently and a bit of Galician. Love sports and the outdoors, specially football (soccer tho!) and snow sports. I think BCC rocks because it’s in one of the most intellectual and revolutionary places on the planet, plus awesome professors and lots of committed students.
Hello, my name is Sabrina Manrique. I come from Guatemala, so I am able to speak in Spanish and English. I have also just started to learn French. I’ve been in the United States for a semester, and I’m currently a Student Ambassador at BCC, majoring in Industrial Engineering. One of my future aspirations is to transfer to a four-year university. There are several things that I enjoy about the Ambassador Program, like the opportunity to help other students, the day-to-day professional environment, and the weekly Leadership Program. Please feel free to ask me any questions! I will be happy to answer them as best I can.
Pegah B. Ambassador since 2012