Rodolfo Gonzalez – Eastfield
Rodolfo Gonzalez is pursuing an Associates of Science Degree and is in his second semester. Currently, he serves as a work study for MAP and loves basketball and soccer. One of his favorite past times is sharing stories about his culture and having intercultural dialogue to also learn about other people’s culture and heritage.
Christopher Vaughn – Northlake
Christopher Vaughn is currently pursuing an Associate of Science Degree and is planning to major in Digital Art and Design: Animation. In addition to being in MAP he is also a member in TRIO SSS, the Multicultural Club, and as a past time he creates and sells NFTs. That said, his career goal is to become cartoon and video game animator and is currently considering UTD or UT-Arlington as his transfer destination.
Chinoso Egboh – Brookhaven
Chinoso Egboh is pursuing an Associate of Science Degree in Chemical Engineering. At Brookhaven he has had the opportunity to serve in different clubs and organizations such as MAP, SGA, PTK, African Student Association, Men’s Soccer Club, and Beyond the Book Club. In addition to all of his involvement, he also holds a work study position in the Office of Student Success Coaching.
Joshua Howard – El Centro
Joshua Howard is a Business Major at Dallas College El Centro Campus. His career goal is to create an investment group that will focus on Educational Reform as well as Eco-Friendly & Self Sustainability for Minority communities. In addition to, he plans to open an Art Studio that will focus on representation of minority Arts in the realm of Sci-Fi and Fantasy. He plans to transfer to The Howard University in Washington, D.C. upon completion of his Associates here at Dallas College. He is a proud member of the Male Achievement Program and Student Government Association. He believes in giving back to his community via donating of his time for community service.
Mike Rodriguez – Mountain View
Mike Rodriguez is pursuing an Associates of Science degree at Mountain View Campus and is currently building his foundation to become a Physical Therapist. At Mountain View he serves in different capacities in being a Welcome Assistant and member of both PTK and MAP. Once graduated, he plans to transfer to UNT and earn his bachelors in Kinesiology.