My name is Gabriel Jaramillo. I want to thank the students trusting in me to represent you this year as your Associated Student Government (A.S.G.) Vice President for the Academic Year 2015-2016. I have a vision which I would like to accomplish. That vision is to change the way A.S.G. communicates with the student body and inform all the students of upcoming events, trips and programs and how ASG advocates more for the students body. Becoming Vice President, I come with much experience from previous years as a recruiter for the California Conservation Corps (C.C.C.) with much leadership training and organization. As your Vice President, I plan to work my hardest to get all the beneficial information out to the students and the community of Valley College and work closely with the Administration of Valley College to accomplish many goals which will reflect upon the student body. Throughout my time here at Valley, I have had the opportunity to join some great student success driven programs. Currently I am a member of the S.T.A.R. and E.O.P.&S. Programs. I previously was a member of Los Redactores Club (L.R.). I was elected by the student body to become Public Relations Director with A.S.G and two months later October 2014 I was appointed to become Vice President. Being Elected again May 2015 in ASG as Vice President, I plan to stay on the same course to improve the student body and student government relationship. My plan for Valley College is to utilize all the services offered to me in order to graduate with my AA Degree in Business and move on to Cal State University of San Bernardino where I plan to obtain my Bachelor’s Degree in Business. There is much to grow on here at Valley and being your Vice President in A.S.G. makes it one step further to achieving my goal. Keep the momentum and stay involved with your Student Government.
Public Relations Director
Student Organizations Director
As an A.S.G. representative, I am a partner in promoting campus diversity, inclusion, and pride to make San Bernardino Valley College even greater. As chair of the Inter Club Council, my responsibilities include: coordinating club rush, advocating for club's best interest, and providing support to all clubs and organizations. My goals this year are to reform the club and organization registration process, provide more resources to clubs and organizations with a resource guide, and workshops, and host an ICC awards ceremony. A big portion of my personal life is consists of civic engagement. I was influenced immensely by my older brother Ivan, so when I was fifteen I became a youth leader with Inland Congregations United for Change, and I am currently a board member. I am also a Multimedia Peer Educator with the California Family Health Council, and also, now board member. I enjoyed being a peer educator with Planned Parenthood, and being a high school tutor\mentor with the Youth Action Project. The skills I have developed with these organizations have lead me to make a positive impact on our campus. I also read fiction, love to run, and fancy a friendly game of Pokemon. My favorite hobby is taking pictures, watching live music, and relaxing to a classic episode of Parks and Recreation. I am always a phone call away, feel free to contact me for any related concerns.
Campus Events Director
Hello my name is Albert Lopez; I am a full time student working on getting my associates in human services. I am a person that loves working with others, and also am very involved with outside community events as a volunteer; along with being part of school projects with the Human Services Association Club, last year I was the active Vice President and this year I am also the new elected Senate officer for 2014-2015. I am an advocate on behalf of the HIV/AIDS community for the last 20 years. In addition, I have in the medical field as a C.N.A /Home Health Aide Care (Hospice Care) in the last year. I have become involved with the HIV/AIDS Planning Council as a member and will be involved thru out my term. I look forward in working with other A.S.G members as well with all the whole student body.