Graduate Information Assistants (GIAs)


    Sydney Fregoso

  • Sydney Fregoso

    Human Biology/ Junior/ She, Her, Hers

    I want to work at EOP because they have the opportunity to work on their goals. I enjoy interacting with these students and being able to provide them with the guidance they need.

  • Eduardo Cardenas

  • Eduardo Cardenas

    LALS, Business Management Economics/ Senior/ He, Him, His

    The graduation process may be very ambiguous for recent undergrads to apply, thus my job as GIA will be for clearing any ambiguity in the application process. I will try my best to accommodate people of all backgrounds in a manner that is appropriate. 

  • An Michel Sotelo

  • An Michel Sotelo

    Politics, Legal Studies, & Latin American Studies/Junior /She, Her, Hers

    My name is An Michel Sotelo, I'm a third-year here at UCSC. I am a first-generation student triple majoring in Politics, Legal Studies, and Latin American Studies. My pronouns are she, her, hers. 
    I am proud of working in the EOP office because by doing so I am able to give back to my community and help students reach their career goals. EOP represents a bridge that aims to level the field for those of us that are systematically disadvantaged, Therefore by working with EOP, I aim to help my community.