Meet Our Staff

Petra Petra S. Gomez
Director
petra.gomez@hancockcollege.edu
Liliana Liliana M. Perez
Specialist
liliana.perez1@hancockcollege.edu
Jose José A. Millán
Faculty Counselor
jmillan@hancockcollege.edu

 

Peer Coaches/Tutors:

Emma
Emma Bell

Michael
Michael Ceja

Ivaldo
Ivaldo Gonzalez
Alyssa
Alyssa Moody
       
Jesus
Jesus Negrete
Jesus
Jesus (Chuy) Nunez
Jorge
Gabriel Zepeda
 
 
 

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Peer Coach Highlight

Emma Bell

WEmmahat is your role at CAN/TRIO? 
My role at CAN-TRIO is to be supportive of our students and to help them academically, as well as personally. I help students by listening, showing compassion, and by motivating students regardless of their struggles. I also tutor CAN students in English and other subjects. I help students write essays, construct personal statements, create resumes, apply to scholarships, and manage their time efficiently.

Please share one of your best CAN/TRIO experiences.
I have had many positive experiences with our students which have also had a positive impact on me. One case in particular, was during last year’s application period for the Allan Hancock College Foundation scholarship. I was working with a student who had already decided they didn’t want to apply to the scholarship because they were convinced they would not receive an award, and they were scared to ask for letters of recommendations. After some time, I was able to convince the student to apply to the scholarship with my help, and a letter of recommendation from me. The student ended up receiving a scholarship, and we both felt really accomplished afterwards.

Finish the sentence. “If I could do one thing to make students’ lives better, I would…”
If I could do one thing to make students’ lives better, I would… create positive experiences and memories with them

CAN Success Story

Mariela Martinez

Mariela Martinez
Mariela came to the U.S. when she was 13 years old. She graduated from a local high school here in Santa Maria and began her college career at AHC in 2008. Mariela's academic and career goals are to master the English language and give back to her community as a social worker. She knew she would transfer to a university and pursue a Bachelor's degree, so she applied to College Achievement Now (CAN) to receive transfer counseling. While at Hancock, Mariela also participated with the "green" club, Cal-SOAP, EOPS and volunteered at her church and local charities. She is now attending Fresno State as a junior and plans to graduate in 2014.
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Last Modified Oct 12, 2017