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Episode 5 – Civic Engagement and What It Means to Me

First Generation - One of Many 10/07/2020 266 5


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    Episode 5 – Civic Engagement and What It Means to Me
    First Generation - One of Many

We may hear it all the time, but what does it really mean? We even have them on our campus! Civic Engagement is defined in our episode and broken down to what it means and how it relates to us in our everyday life.

Our Guests

Ricky Galvan

Enrique ‘Ricky’ Galvan

pronouns: he/him/his

Enrique ‘Ricky’ Galvan, who most of his friends call Ricky is from Gridley, CA a small town 30 minutes south of Chico. He is a first-generation college student who graduated last year with my BA in Psychology and a minor in Sociology. He is currently in his second year as a master’s student in the Social Science program with an option in Career & Life Planning. After he earns his master’s degree, he would love to be an advisor or counselor to help students who come from first-gen/underrepresented communities like himself!

Ann Schulte

Ann Schulte

pronouns: she/her/hers

Ann Schulte is a professor of education and former teacher, but also serves as the campus director of civic engagement. As the campus Civic and Voter Empowerment Coordinator she works to make sure everyone knows what they need to be educated voters. In addition to doing voter outreach, she works very hard to connect the University to our 12county region, through community partnerships. She likes to be a part of preparing our rural students to contribute community vitality in their hometowns and learning from and about those places.

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