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Welcome High School Students

Whether you are a high school student thinking about adding college classes to your schedule as a Dual Enrollment student, or a senior considering LMC as your next step, this your page. You will find links to the college application, steps to enrollment, campus services, and more.

 

Meet our OUTREACH ambassadors

Group photo of Welcome Services ambassadors

 

As Student Ambassadors with Welcome Services we welcome prospective students and their families to Los Medanos College and provide information regarding LMC’s programs and services. We also assist with orientations, high-school visits, campus tours, and other special events. We are proud to represent the college and we want to get future students excited about attending Los Medanos too!

 

Mahli Bothi

Claudia VasquezMajor: Administration of Justice, Psychology

High School: Deer Valley

 

Hello. My name is Mahlieli Bothi, but you can all call me Mahli which sounds like Molly. I graduated from Deer Valley High School in 2015 and then came to Los Medanos to further my academic career in the fall of that same year. Here at LMC, I became a part of the Transfer Academy, which helped me make more friends. I am an officer for the Computer Science Club here on campus, so I encourage all who have an interest to come and join us or to join any other club for that matter. Of course, I'm also a student ambassador, so if you ever need anything, I am more than happy to help!

 

My ultimate Goal is to transfer and major in Political Science with hopes of becoming a lawyer. As of now, I plan to receive AS-T degrees in both Administration of Justice and Psychology in order to prepare me for what I want to do in the future. Studying at LMC has allowed me to develop skills and network with many people who have helped push me toward what I aspire to be in the future, and I hope we can all do the same for you.

 

Here at LMC we welcome you to join us and ask any questions you may have. Don't be shy. Say hi!

 

Robert Reilly

Robert Riley

Major: Biology

High School: Freedom

 

My name is Robert Reilly and this will be my second year at LMC. I graduated from Freedom High School in June of 2015 and came to LMC to study Biology. My plan is to go through the Biological Sciences Program at LMC then transfer to a 4 year college where I’ll take the MCAT so that I can get into a good medical school. My ultimate goal is to become an orthopedic surgeon (not to be confused with an orthodontist).

 

I was a good student in high school and with med school in mind the idea of paying so much for the first two years at a 4 year I could avoid didn’t sound right. With finances in mind I decided LMC was the way to go in order to get where I wanted cost effectively and efficiently.

 

I have extensive experience playing and coaching soccer as well as participating in clubs. Whenever I get down time I end up hanging out with friends, playing some soccer, working out, practicing my cooking, reading science journals, or browsing through Grey’s Anatomy.

 

Maika Jiminez

Leonardo Bojorquez

Major: History
High School: Pittsburg

 

Hi there! My name is Maika Jiminez and I am 19 years old. I graduated from Pittsburg High School in 2015 and began attending LMC in fall 2015. I was born in Mexico and then moved to California when I was three years old. I am currently in my second year at LMC and am majoring in History on the path to transferring to Sacramento State university or San Francisco State University by spring 2018.

 

When I first started LMC, I did not participate in much of the activities or clubs. I went to school and then went back home again. It wasn't until my second semester that I began to get more involved. I joined the Honors Program, EOPS, became an Outreach student ambassador, and later on joined a couple of clubs, which allowed me to meet new people.

 

My goal is to become a high school history teacher and then eventually get my Masters and teach at a community college. In my free time I like to read, draw, listen to music, and watch movies.

 

Alyicia Teal

Fernando Hidalgo-Chinchilla

Major: Biology

High School: John F. Kennedy

 

Hi. My name is Alyicia Teal. I am an outreach ambassador here at Los Medanos College. I am a first generation college student, and I graduated from John F. Kennedy High School in Richmond, CA in 2015.

 

I was accepted into three CSU's: SF State, CSU East Bay, and San Diego State. At first, I was reluctant to go to college because I was the first in my family to go, and I didn't think I could handle a responsibility so big. But, after taking some time off, I decided to attend Los Medanos Communiyt College. I thought a small but community based school would be a great start for me, and it was. I love it here. The sense of community and supportive family you get here is amazing. I have joined multiple groups like MESA and Umoja, and I will join the Honors program in the spring.

 

I knew that Los Medanos would be a great college for me to prosper and thrive in.

 

Gerardo Lopez

Fernando Hidalgo-Chinchilla

Major: Computer Science and Mathematics

High School: Dozier-Libbey

 

Hello! My name is Gerardo Lopez. I graduated from Dozier-Libbey Medical High School with the class of 2014 and have now been a student at LMC for nealy three years. My intended majors are Computer Science and Mathematics, and I plan on transferring to UC Davis in the fall of 2018.

 

I chose to come to Los Medanos because I considered it a fresh start for myself. It was also close to home and much cheaper that going straight to a UC or CSU. For those reasons, I thought it was perfect. While I've been here, I've decided to take my time with school to explore volunteering opportunities, work opportunities, and explore starting and joining clubs.

 

In myfree time, I enjoy playing video games and hanging out with friends and with my girlfriend. I also have been really interested in becoming trilingual by learning German; I also speak Spanish and English. My work here as a student ambassador has allowed me to broden my horizons even more through working in a professional environment and helping potential students directly with any questions they may have about the application or enrollment process.

 

Sandra Ruiz

Sandra Ruiz

Major: Kinesiology

High School: Pittsburg

 

My name is Sandra Ruiz. I am twenty years old and I graduated from Pittsburg High School in 2014. This is my 3rd year attending Los Medanos College and I am majoring in Kinesiology. Along with being a student ambassador, I am also part of the Transfer Academy and EOPS.

 

I came to Los Medanos not having a set plan for what I wanted to do or what educational goals I wanted to pursue other than transferring to a four year university. That all changed when I attended the Summer Bridge Program the summer before my first fall classes began. Summer Bridge really helped me experience Los Medanos from a different perspective.It gave me the ability to experience all the programs and events LMC has to offer and to meet great people who I continue to keep in touch with.

 

My eventual goal is to receive an associate degree, transfer to a four-year university, and ultimately complete my career goal of becoming a Physician’s Assistant. During my free time I enjoy watching baseball and spending time with my family.

 

Yaritzy Alvarez

Fernando Hidalgo-Chinchilla

Major: Nursing

High School: College Park

 

Hello. My name is Yaritzy Alvarez and I'm a second year student here at LMC. I graduated from College Park High School out in Pleasant Hill in 2015 and came to Los Medanos to study nursing. My ultimate goal is to be a pediatric nurse practitioner. I hope to transfer to a four-year school (although I'm not sure which one yet) in the spring of 2018 and continue my journey as a nursing major, and hopefully one day to either go to third-world countries and help people there, or own my own practice here.

 

During my first semester at LMC, I joined the Transfer Academy where I met my squad, and during my second year I became a student ambassador for Outreach.

 

I'm glad I decided to come to LMC because all throughout high school, my goal was to become a surgeon. I was obviously watching too much Grey's Anatomy. It wasn't until my first year that I decided that being a surgeon just wasn't for me, and that what I really wanted was to be a nurse practitioner.

 

In my free time I like to sleep. I hope to see you around campus.

 

Lainey Martinez

Fernando Hidalgo-Chinchilla

Major: Psychology

High School: Pittsburg

 

Hello. My name is Lainey Martinez. I graduated from Pittsburg High School in 2015. This is my second year at LMC as a psychology major, and I plan to transfer in spring 2018.

 

I found LMC to be the best choice for me because the cost to attend is cheaper than a four year university, so I could save money. Also, it gave me more time to look into and explore psychology and universities that I may be interested in transferring to.

 

I am part of the transfer Academy, which has helped me with my education plan, touring universities, and any additional help I need. I have lived in Pittsburg my whole life, so attending LMC gave me that community feeling. I love the small classes, the one-on-one time with professors, and the many resources available for students to further their education. As a student ambassador, I hope to help students with questions, so feel free to ask me anything! :)

 

Devin Cooper

Devin Cooper

Major: Computer Science

High School: Cornerstone Christian

 

Hello, my name is Devin Cooper. My major is Computer Science and this is my second year of college. I am currently working on getting my associates degree for transfer in Computer Science. My first semester was spent at a community college in Missouri after moving there for a short six months. I decided to move back to California so that I could go to LMC and transfer to a CSU. I plan on transferring to Sacramento State by next year.

 

LMC has given me a great opportunity to learn and grow at my own pace. It has also helped me break out of my shell and become a more friendly and open person.

 

In my free time I enjoy playing video games, guitar, and watching soccer. I love helping people and if you see me on campus, don't be afraid to say hi.