CAN Benefits

As a CAN Scholar, you will receive individualized assistance through an intense monitoring system. This system is referred to as the Student Success Action Plan (SSAP). This plan will help you clarify your education and career goals, become a more involved and conscientious student, and identify a successful path toward graduation or transfer. Check out some of the resources and learning opportunities we offer:

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Wilbaldo Acevedo

Wilbaldo Acevedo
During his senior year of high school Wil was accepted to 9 universities around the state. Instead of going straight to a university, he opted to attend Allan Hancock College (AHC) to both save money and clarify his career ambitions. Initially, Wil planned a career as a Mechanical Engineer, but after some time at AHC he decided to pursue Psychology. This enabled him to indulge his interest in brain physiology and cognitive development and processes. Although he changed majors, Wil has always been committed to completing his goals and therefore graduated from AHC with six associate degrees in the areas of Chemistry, Physics, Engineering, Math, and two in Liberal Studies. Wil plans to obtain a Ph.D. by age 30 and conduct research, provide therapy and teach for a living. Wil participated with the College Achievement Now program since its inception both as a participant and a Peer Mentor. It was during this time in his role as a Mentor that he says he grew and decided to strive for more. We know Wil's ambition will take him far.
Transferred: UC Davis 2013
Major: Psychology
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Last Modified May 2, 2014