Is a proud ELAC alumni. She transferred to UCLA and got her BA in History. She later attended USC where she obtained a Masters in Educational Counseling. Genevieve loves being a counselor because she loves helping students from her community set and achieve their goals. She works primarily in Career & Job Services where she guides students though the career process. She has enjoyed working on the Hilda Solis Internship program and very proud of the first class.
Is a Counselor for ELAC’s Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOP&S) office and also supports faculty through Student Success Advocates. Carmen’s professional experience includes guiding low-income students from disadvantaged backgrounds between grades 8th through post-Bachelor’s degree programs to achieve their educational goals. Carmen used to work in Virginia, just outside of Washington,D.C. which allowed her to give the students an insider view of the Capitol as they started their internships.