As a recognizable, active student of San Bernardino Valley College and an active member of the community, I dedicate my time creating smiles in the hearts of all those around me. Working for the City Of Colton as a Lifeguard and Sr. Recreation Leader, I have developed a unique set of skills that allows me to maintain a professional work ethic as well as having fun doing it. As a Liberal Arts Major, my hopes one day is to become a teacher and educate students in the community where I grew up in. I look forward to working hard and improve life for the students of SBVC.
My name is Gabriel Jaramillo. I want to thank the students and the ASG Board of Directors for trusting in me to represent you this year as your Associated Student Government (ASG) Vice President. I have a vision which I would like to accomplish. That vision is to change the way ASG 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 (CCC) 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 STAR and EOP&S Programs. I previously was a member of Los Redactores Club (LR). I was elected by the student body to become Public Relations Director with ASG. 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 ASG makes it one step further to achieving my goal. Keep the momentum and stay involved with your Student Government.
Administrative Support Services Director
Hello, my name is Ashley Dial A.K.A. Amari and I am your new 2014-2015 Administrative Support Services Director. I feel humbled and honored serving as your new Director of Support Services. It is a passionate duty that I have to serve students. My quest for higher education began in the Fall of 2010 when I joined a supportive learning community at San Bernardino Valley College called “Tumaini”. Once I was in the program I immediately joined the club and became the Inter Club Council Officer. I have remained in the club over the last two years and now I currently serve as the clubs President. I find it great joy being involved on campus and assisting my peers with supportive resources that allows us to continue our educational journeys. My goal as your new director is to bring more supportive resources and programs on campus that will increase student success personally and academically.
Campus Events Director
This is my second year at Valley College and proud of being a first generation College student. I enjoy being involved on campus, which has empowered me with extensive experiences and knowledge. It's an honor to be part of Student Government because I strongly became intrigued by the idea of being able to interact closely with students and staff, to make a long-lasting difference. I want to be able to understand on the way people view and think on certain matters, but most importantly create student life and bring great awareness.
I have a strong passion for learning and enjoy daily reading. I have read close to 20 books in the past two years. I am a seeker of knowledge and wonderful music. My future goal is to transfer to University of Santa Barbara to major in Communications and minor in Biology. I stand for equality and concern for others. I am thankful to be part of ASG as the finance director. My purpose is to keep track of our budget and work hard for San Bernardino Valley College. One of my accomplishments is establishing excellent credit. For instance, I have several credit cards and I have been able to build my credit in the past year. I have great leadership skills. For example, I’m a good listener and I focus on the main objective. My priorities is to make good decisions regarding finance for the benefit of San Bernardino Valley student body and maintain budget needs. I am looking forward to this a great year and having fun in the process.
Instructional Support Services Director
Let me start off by expressing that I am a student just like you. As a student who has experienced this campus, I understand what it means to deal with stress and struggles as a student. I am a student athlete involved in both Cross Country and Track and Field. I am ICC Representative of SIHAC (Students Interested in Humanity and Culture): Anthropology Club. Though it may get hard sometimes, I would like to get students to understand that they should never give in or give up. As your new instructional services director, I want to make sure that I do my part as a member of the Associated Student Government to ensure that every student has the chance to succeed. Never should a student feel lost and never should a student feel “tired”. The duties of Instructional Support Services Director include ensuring that each student has knowledge and access to the resources needed to succeed. As in regards to these duties, you can trust that who I am will involve ensuring that you can succeed and become who you want to be. Thank you to all students.
Legislative Affairs Director
San Bernardino Valley College (SBVC) is a world class institution and couldn’t be more proud to call myself a SBVC student. I am a Public Administration major and I am aspiring to complete my degree to transfer to a University with an emphasis in Human Services. Being a student at SBVC, I decided to participate in the Associated Student Government (ASG). This was the epiphany that marked the commencement of my interest in becoming a student advocate. It is an honor being elected by SBVC students, gaining their trust and providing me the opportunity to serve them as the Legislative Affairs Director and Delegate on behalf of SBVC at Region lX Conferences (SSCCC).
As your humble advocate, I will strive to promote “Student Life” through cooperative efforts and to build relationships on local, state and federal levels. As a member of ASG, my main goals during my term in office includes, but are not limited to: being a liaison by creating a clear communication between students, staff, and faculty; work hard to find the common threads among services for students to obtain equal opportunities to enriched quality of life; establishing a solid foundation that fosters “Students First”, based on bringing non-partisan resources for the greater good of SBVC; and creating a great amount of civic engagement amongst students within the surrounding community.
Public Relations Director
Student Support Services
As a recently separated U.S. Army Cavalry Veteran and Environmental Science Major, I have learned a great deal about support and service over the years. I spend my time helping Veterans with Financial Aid and disability compensation questions while employed with the VRC and Library. I bring the determination, strong will, and moral compass instilled in service to my country for 8 years. I am a student and a Veteran and understand there are many issues we need to implement support and service. I need to hear from the Students to create a plan of action. As a candidate I feel unparalleled in my experience and skill. However, I need your help.
Student Organizations Director
I want to start off by saying I am here for the students. I am a graduate in the class of 2009. I have been very involved with Clubs and the Associated Student Government for the past few years. I am a member of the Human Services Club. I was the Treasurer for the Black Student Union. I became Vice President for the Sisters of Success and a past member of M.E.Ch.A. My involvement with the Student Government started in 2010-2011 school year when I was elected to represent the students as the Instructional Support Services Director. In 2013-2014 I was re-elected in the same position. Currently, 2014-2015, I was elected as Student Organizations Director. I value my time and I considered myself to be a valuable asset to my constituents and student government. All while I am in ASG I vision to perform duties that would benefit the entire student body of Valley College. I want to ensure student’s funds are properly allocated and I feel that with my return, I can continue to ensure that funding is benefiting the students and the school as much as possible. "By the students, for the students"
Student Center Affairs 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.