Our mission is to help low income, hard-working students earn a college degree by providing financial support, mentoring and enrichment opportunities (workshops, internships) for the entire time they are pursuing their degree.

We have a strong bias for students who have worked during their high school years, with 95% first generation college students and historically under-represented minorities. Since 2013, our graduation rate has been 88-90%, compared to the national average of about 21% for first-generation, low income students.

Below is a collection of our students available for internships, listed by areas of business interest and education. The anticipated graduation year and the student's major is listed next to his/her name which is a link to a resume.


Business & Marketing

Grecia Gomez  - 2022 Wine Business Marketing and Management, Sonoma State University

Education and Child Development

Stella Kailahi  - 2021 - Interdisciplinary Study specializing in Education, Counseling School Psychology & Nutrition

Social Sciences

Alejandra Sanchez-Castro  - 2022 Chicana/o and Central America Studies & Labor Studies, UCLA

Joselin Quinteras  - 2022 - Sociology, UC Riverside

Ricardo Lombera  - 2022 - Government and Sociology, Connecticut College

Maria Contreras  - 2022 - Environmental Studies with minors in Global Studies and Sustainable Water Resources, SJSU

Science, Engineering, and Technology

Jose A. Quinteros  - 2022 - Computer Science, SFSU

Juan Palominos  - 2022 - Materials Science and Engineering, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo

Raquel Henriquez  - 2023 - Combined Environmental Studies and Biology, UC Santa Cruz

Moncerrat Revuelta  - 2023 - Microbial Biology, UC Berkeley

Juan Andres Osorio De Jesus  - 2023 - Civil Engineering, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo


Sydrah Al-saegh  - 2023 - Psychology, Foothill College

Jazlyn Meijia  - 2022 - Exercise Physiology, Chico State