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In 1984 the Hispanic Education Conference began as a dream of several members of the Modesto Hispanic Leadership Council and then Dean of Counseling Mr. Juan Alvarez. Today, the Hispanic Education Conference is the largest youth conference in the central valley with participants from all over Stanislaus County and surrounding areas.
The purpose of the Hispanic Education Conference is to enrich and empower current and future Modesto Junior College students to be successful in pursuing higher education.
Modesto Junior College is a college rich in history and tradition and is part of the fabric of our community. We are a Hispanic Serving Institution with a Hispanic student population of 52%.
The Associated Students of Modesto Junior College (ASMJC) has existed since the colleges founding in 1921. In the 96 year history of MJC there have been thousands of students who have volunteered their time to serve their fellow students. This year for the first time ever the executive officers of ASMJC are all female and all Latina. All have overcome major life challenges to prior to arriving at MJC. Each young lady has brought their own style of leadership to the students of MJC. This has led to one of the most successful years in ASMJC.
Cindy Barragan Lopez-ASMJC President
Cindy is a first generation Latina born and raised in Oakdale, California. Cindy is a double major in Sociology and Psychology and is preparing to graduate from MJC and transfer to CSU Sacramento. Cindy has maintained a GPA of 3.1 Cindy is the current MJC Student Body President. She is just the 13 female and 4th Latina president out of the 145 presidents in MJC’s history. Cindy is current a student in the MJC Extended Opportunity Programs & Services Program (EOP&S) and EOP&S Bridge Program. Additionally, Cindy was named the MJC Foundation Bette Belle Smith 2017 Volunteer of the Year.
Erika Franco-ASMJC Secretary
Erika was born and raised in Modesto, California. Erika is a Nursing major who is preparing to graduate from MJC and transfer to CSU Stanislaus. Erika has maintained a GPA of 3.1. Erika services as the Secretary for the Associated Students. Erika is a former student in the MJC Extended Opportunity Programs & Services Program (EOP&S) and EOP&S Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education
Lizette Ibarra-ASMJC Director of College Affairs
Lizette was born in Mexico. Lizette is a Biological Sciences and Korean Literature major in her first year at MJC. She plans to transfer and is currently considering several schools. Lizette serves as the Director of College Affairs for the Associated Students.
Janet Patino-ASMJC Director of Student Relations
Janet was born in California. Janet is majoring in Global Health and is preparing to graduate from MJC and transfer to UC Davis and has been accepted to CSU East Bay and CSU Long Beach. Janet has maintained a GPA of 3.48 while working part-time. Janet is also co-founder of the Pre-Medical & Health Professionals club at MJC. Janet serves as the Director of Student Relations for the Associated Students.
Alexis Zaragoza-ASMJC Director of Political Development
Alexis was born and raised in Patterson, California. Alexis is in her second year at MJC. She is a Political Science major and plans to graduate next year and transfer to UC Davis. Alexis has maintained a GPA of 3.93 and is a member of the MJC Honors Society and works part time. Alexis serves as the Director of Political Development for the Associated Students.
For more information about the HEC or to participate contact Co-Chairs
March 17, 2018
8am - 2pm
MJC Performing & Media Arts Center