Meet our STEM Peer Mentors
Hello! My name is Arlena Gavino. I am a Mathematics and Economics major and I love to learn! I am an aspiring educator, and I am passionate about Mathematics Education and research. The future educator inside me drove me to wanting to be a peer mentor, because I enjoy helping students reach their goals, and giving them guidance and support through their college experience. I am so happy I am in a job that is geared towards student success, and I am excited to assist you any way I can.
My name is Amanda Chavez and I am a biology major. I am a senior here at Stan State. My interests include hiking and camping, but when I am unable to do that I enjoy reading and drawing. I like being a peer mentor because I can help people with things that I struggled with when I was just starting my academic career here at Stan. I love being able to help others be successful.
I am Bella Rivera, and I am entering my junior year as a biology major here at Stanislaus State. I am excited to be a Peer Mentor and continue to work with STEM students this fall. Even though this school year will be conducted online, I enjoy meeting other students and connecting with them over school or shared interests. When I am not in class or studying, I enjoy baking for my family and going on walks with my two dogs.
Heather Collins is a SDA Peer Mentor
Evelyn Vega is a SDA Peer Mentor.
Hello my name is Emma. I am a Computer Science student with an interest in bioinformatics. I love being a peer mentor because I can help other transfer students adapt to campus life.
Find Emma in the Commons Connection!
Paola Pelayo is a WOW 2 STEM Peer Mentor.
My name is Lizbeth Solis and I am a Computer Science student. This is my junior year and I transferred from MJC. I love to play sports, hike and I enjoy outdoor activities, specially swimming. I wanted to be a Transfer Peer Mentor to help others through the path that I went already went through and try to make it easier for them. I am super excited to be part of this team and to get to meet a lot of students.
Updated: August 08, 2023