EPIC Staff

EPIC Team

Maria Manzano

EPIC Program Director

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I have 17 years experience in higher education of which the last eleven have been with Cal Poly. I’m also an alumna from Cal Poly with a M.A. in Educational Leadership and Administration. I’m really excited to be able to work with you all and promote engineering.  This year I am celebrating my 16th year wedding anniversary.  I have five amazing children Cevina, Victor, Aleena, Emma, and Edward. I'm one busy Mom to say the least.

Emma Stringer

Assistant Director

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I'm a proud Cal Poly alumna with a B.S. in Liberal Studies and a Multiple-Subject Credential. I have 8 years of experience in supporting students in their learning. I am eagerly looking forward to sharing my love of learning and watching our campers' excitement for S.T.E.M. grow. I am passionate about hands-on education and I'm a teacher for Grover Beach Elementary, on the Central Coast of California! I can't wait to share my love for Cal Poly with everyone I meet ~ Ride High Mustangs! 

Sigrid Derickson

Program Planner

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Major: Mechanical Engineering

 

Why did you choose your major?

I chose this major because it has classes from so many different aspects of engineering. I get to learn computer programming, welding, and metal-pouring. I also get to learn about air conditioning, and even robotics! I love mechanical engineering because I have endless possibilities with this degree.

 

What are you looking forward to most about working at EPIC?

I’m looking forward to meeting all the students who come to camp, and sharing all the cool things about engineering with you, but most importantly I am looking forward to driving the EPIC golf cart around campus; if you see me zooming by don't be shy-wave and say hi! 

 

Fun fact:

I attended EPIC in 2011 as a camper, and I am building an electric skateboard. 

 

 

Valerie Kettering

Program Planner

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Major: Aerospace Engineering

 

Why did you choose your major?

I chose my major because I have always had a passion for air travel and airplanes. Paired with my love of science and math, aerospace engineering seemed like the perfect fit.

 

What are you looking forward to most about working at EPIC?

I am looking forward to meeting all of the wonderful campers and sharing my passion for both engineering and Cal Poly with them! EPIC is going to be amazing!

 

Fun Fact:

I am a barista at Starbucks and a HUGE coffee lover.

Jacob Tyrell

Program Planner

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Major: Industrial Engineering

 

Why did you choose your major?

I chose my major so I can apply engineering principles to manage systems and people.

 

What are you looking forward to most about working at EPIC?

I am looking forward to how much fun the camp will be and sharing my Cal Poly experiences with prospective students.

 

Fun fact:

I have heterochromia, which means that my eyes are two different colors!

Santiago Cisneros

Night Logistics

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Major: Aerospace Engineering

 

Why did you choose your major?

I actually came in as an animal science major, but fell in love with aerospace engineering after sitting in an orbital mechanics class! Once I switched, I fell in love with quadcopters, flying wings, and hypersonic vehicles and their propulsion systems. I’ll be pursuing a graduate degree in Aerospace Engineering with a thesis in thermal management of a hypersonic vehicle! Literally rocket science!

 

What are you most excited about EPIC?

I’m excited to interact with students who are interested in engineering, but don’t know what engineers specifically do! I’m excited to see students build multiple projects and get some hands-on experience with different fields of engineering.

 

Fun Fact:

I like to fly FPV quadcopters and have recently got into FPV flying wings. Other than this, I like learning by doing a lot of home projects. They don't always go well, but they're a learning experience. Be safe with lasers; I learned this the hard way.

Austin Rivera

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Major: Electrical Engineering

 

Why did you choose this major?

I chose my major because I was always fascinated by electronics and how we use them in our daily lives without knowing how they work. My hope is to to take what I learned at Cal Poly and use it to help my community.

 

What are you looking forward to most about working at EPIC?

I was very fortunate to have people in my life help me find my path in STEM and hopefully I can do the same for others. Also I can’t want to see those “Aha!” moments during lab.

 

Fun Fact:

I love hiking and playing guitar!

Halina Tracey

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Major: Computer Science

 

Why did you choose your major?

My two favorite subjects growing up were math and foreign languages, but I never knew how to use those skills for a professional career. I discovered computer science my junior year of high school and fell in love with coding. I love how with just a few simple words one can solve so many problems. I get a huge exhilaration of trying to find solutions to really difficult problems using code. I enjoy playing with technology and learning how to use new devices. Computer science can be applied to so many fields and I am so excited to see where this major takes me!

 

What are you looking forward to most about working at EPIC?

I am looking forward to show students how awesome engineering is and how everyone can be an engineer! I was lucky enough to have an exposure to STEM at a young age and I hope I am able to give that same exposure to others, especially those people who are not always encouraged to pursue a STEM major or career.

 

Fun fact:

La Croix sparkling water and fish tacos are my favorite foods!

Anya Dickinson-Cove

Day Head Counselor

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Major: Environmental Engineering

 

Why did you choose your major?

I chose environmental engineering because it combines my passion for planets with my aptitudes in science and math. I love that every day in this major I am learning hands on ways to help protect our environment!

 

What are you looking forward to most about working at EPIC?

I am so excited to share my passion for engineering and Cal Poly with all our campers! I am also so hyped for spirit points!!

 

Fun Fact:

In all forms except physical, I am a wolf. RIP Vine.

Kelly Kessloff

Night Head Counselor

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Major: Environmental Engineering

 

Why did you choose your major?

I chose environmental engineering because I’ve always wanted to be able to make a difference in the environment. I love the engineering aspect because I’ve always been curious as to how things work.

 

What are you looking forward to most about working with EPIC?

I’m most looking forward to helping students learn more about STEM majors and how Cal Poly can be a great university to pursue a higher education.

 

Fun Fact:

I play soccer for the Cal Poly women’s soccer team.

Gerome Cacho

Safety Coordinator

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Major: Electrical Engineering

 

Why did you chose this major?

I’ve always loved problem solving when I was younger. This led me to engineering, but there were many disciplines within the field. I chose electrical engineering because I really enjoy analyzing circuits, and how interconnected each element is to each other.

 

What do you look forward to in camp?

I look forward to meeting and getting to know each camper, and sharing my passion for engineering.

 

Fun Fact:

When I was younger, I used to make cover videos of popular songs and post them on YouTube.

Marco Jimenez

Night Activities Coordinator

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Major: Electrical Engineering
 
Why did you choose your major?

My passion for audio recording and curiosity for learning how electronics work led me to become heavily interested in STEM. With EE you can learn a wide variety of subjects from signals and communications to power systems and electronics. After coming to Cal Poly and experiencing our motto "learn by doing", I knew this was the perfect major for me.
 
What are you looking forward to most about working at EPIC?
 
I'm looking forward to educating others about STEM and sharing my excitement about all of the activities we have planned for everyone. It's going to be an EPIC summer!
 
Fun fact:
I played the guitar in a band, my favorite food is fish tacos, and really enjoy surfing.

Keith Vega

Marketing/Social Media

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Major: Software Engineering and a minor in Integrated Marketing Communications

 
Why did you choose your major?
 
I chose software engineering because I have always been wowed by the magic of apps, especially ones that are beautiful and easy-to-use. I want to apply my knowledge that I will gain from my major (as well as my design skills from my minor) to make software accessible for all.
 
 
What do you look forward to the most about working with EPIC?
 
I am excited to show those interested in STEM the countless opportunities they have in this field. I am excited to work with those who come from a wide variety of backgrounds, and show them that there is a place for everybody here.
 
 
Fun fact:
I am an amazing speller (I have a trophy to prove it).

William Andrews Consular

Counselor

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Major: Civil Engineering

 

Why did you choose your major?

I chose Civil Engineering because I love water; I love to watch it flow, hear it move, and change its path.

 

What are you looking forward to most about working at EPIC?

Meeting more people with an interest in engineering and playing engineering toys!

 

Fun fact:

I love fantasy, especially the Lord of the Rings and the Dresden Files

Jeffrey Aparicio

Counselor

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Major: Aerospace Engineering

 

Why did you choose your major?

My question to everybody is who does not love space? The best action hero is Buzz Lightyear, of course. The best space movies of all time are Independence Day, Armageddon, and Space Jam. Also, when you need to be alone and away from everybody, well guess what you need...SPACE. See what I did there.

Back to the question at hand, the reason I chose to be an Aerospace Engineering student is because I was inspired by my professor. I did not know what engineer field I wanted to pursue but with his guidance and support I chose Aerospace. I remember sitting in my statics class and him telling me to challenge myself. The best rewards come from the most difficult paths a person takes. Right now I am sinking in Matlab but I have a great support system such as great classmates and professors that go above and beyond. I will leave you with this, the next time you see a rocket or plane, remember that your dreams are just an aircraft away. 

 

What are you looking forward to most about working at EPIC?

 

I am looking forward to inspire the youth to pursue a higher education and become future engineers. It is very difficult a young age to predict where you will be in the future without guidance. I want to be able to guide students to a career they will love, whether it be Aerospace Engineering or Business. I want to make sure they know that they are not alone and that we the EPIC program are here to help each and every student in their future careers. So let's go, future engineers! Let's build a new world and our first destination is Cal Poly. 


Fun fact:

Last summer I worked with an advertising company called 3 Fold Communications to promote higher education in the Sacramento Region. My picture and story was shared all over buses, Google ads, newsletters and even in the movie theater. The following link is a commercial that promotes higher education and tells students why I chose to attend a community college. http://vimeo.com/233912721

 

 

Adrian Castelan Pichardo

Counselor

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Major: Computer Engineering

 

Why did you choose your major?

I chose this major to develop a deeper understanding of the hardware and software aspects of computers and even our most common appliances. Since this technology is all around us, I was motivated to learn how it all works from its lowest to highest levels.

 

What are you looking forward to most about working at EPIC?

I’m looking forward to seeing all the camper’s passion about STEM flourish as they make their own engineering projects! It’s going to be great showing them Cal Poly’s motto: Learn by Doing.

 

Fun fact:

I kayaked from California to Nevada!

Hana Chitgari

Counselor

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Major: Industrial Engineering

 

Why did you choose your major?

I decided to study industrial engineering because I want to help businesses become as efficient as possible and reduce waste in our environment.  

 

What are you looking forward to most about working at EPIC?

I am looking forward to not only sharing my love for engineering with the students, but also watching them discover all the different and wonderful things you can do as an engineer!

 

Fun fact:

I speak Farsi!

Alyse Coonce

Counselor

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Major: Mechanical Engineering

 

Why did you choose your major?

I chose this major because I loved all my math and science classes in high school. I knew engineering was the perfect fit for me, but I wasn’t sure exactly what I wanted to do with it. Mechanical engineering gives me experience in many different aspects of engineering and provides endless possibilities for my future career choice.

 

What are you looking forward to most about working at EPIC?

I’m so excited to meet all the campers and share my love for engineering and Cal Poly! It’s going to be a great summer.

 

Fun fact:

I go line dancing at The Graduate every week. It might seem a little weird, but don’t knock it ‘til you try it!

Jonathan (Jack) Ellison

Counselor

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Major: Electrical Engineering

 

Why did you choose your major?

I chose Electrical Engineering because electricity and circuitry has always been equally mysterious and fascinating to me. In high school, I participated in electrical construction competitions and worked as an electrician. I love all the possibilities and collaboration that Cal Poly has to offer in Electrical and Computer Engineering!

 

What are you looking forward to most about working at EPIC?

I am looking forward to sharing my knowledge and experience of engineering and meeting the incredible students who come to the camp.

 

Fun fact:

I love designing and constructing large aquariums!

Alan Faz

Counselor

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Major: Aerospace Engineering

Minor: Spanish and Ethnic Studies

 

Why did you choose your major?

As a kid, I would frequently look up to the sky and wonder if there was life out there. I would wonder what it was like to be in space and travel to other places.  I would also look up every time a plane would fly by and I made it my goal to know what kind of plane it was. I knew I had to pursue a career in the Aerospace field since its what I love and im good at math and science. 

 

What are you looking forward to most about working at EPIC?

I really want to be able to pass on that passion that I have for engineering on to others. I believe there are so many areas of engineering you can pursue and I hope you can find that area during EPIC

 

Fun fact:

I did EPIC back when I was a High School student and I was an EPIC Counselor last year. 

Lauren Fukaye

Counselor

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Major: Aerospace Engineering

 

Why did you choose your major?

I chose aerospace engineering because I love building and designing! I have been passionate about STEM since a young age and found my love for engineering through my robotics team. I believe the future lies in the unknowns of space, and I want to be a part of it!

 

What are you looking forward to most about working at EPIC?

I am looking forward to developing relationships with the campers and helping them find their own excitement toward engineering.

 

Fun Fact:

I play clarinet in the Cal Poly Wind Orchestra and build rockets with Cal Poly Space Systems. Come ask me about anything!

Alejandra Garcia

Counselor

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Major: Mechanical Engineering

 

Why did you choose your major?

I chose to be a mechanical engineering student because I wanted to be challenged. I never realized how difficult the major was but I’m really glad I ended up choosing it - I love problem solving especially when math is involved.

 

What are you looking forward to most about at EPIC?

I am looking forward to impact the kids that will be involved in EPIC. I was once in their shoes and I wished I had attend a program that introduced me to engineering at a younger age.

 

Fun fact:

A fun fact about me is that I love singing and I’m not too bad.

Giovanni Guerrero

Counselor

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Major: Aerospace Engineering (Astronautics concentration)

 

Why did you choose your major?

I chose aerospace engineering with a concentration in astronautics because I know that it is what will make our expansion into the universe as a human race possible one day. I believe that this field has great potential in uniting countries together as our efforts in human space travel strenghten and unify with diverse minds and people. Humans using an Earth flag one day to represent all as one would be a defining moment in peace and properity for our race as we continue to make the universe our home.   

 

What are you looking forward to most about working at EPIC?

I am really looking forward to educate and influence students about their potential in impacting the world no matter their background. I hope to make everyone realize the importance of how diverse fields working together make such huge impacts towards Earth and space.

 

Fun fact:

I started my own small electronics repair business here in SLO while attending Cal Poly! :D

Maria Guerrero

Counselor

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Major: Civil Engineering

Why did you choose this major?

I chose this major because I love the ideal of innovation and I want to be part of building the future.

 

What are you looking forward to most about working at EPIC?

I am looking forward to helping students learn about the different paths that someone can take with STEM.

 

Fun fact:

I am a certified lifeguard.

Lizbeth Guzman Villanueva

Counselor

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Major: Electrical Engineering

 

Why did you choose your major?

I started building and programming robots at 10 years old, and was very pleased when I entered high school and learned I could make a profession out of my passion.

 

What are you looking forward to most about working at EPIC?

I'm looking forward to helping prospective students discover their passion and help them pursue it.

 

Fun fact: 

My dog is named after Michelle from Full House.

Timothy Jeong

Counselor

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Major: Electrical Engineering

 

Why did you choose this major?

I chose this major because I like working with electronics and I like to learn how they work and interact with each other.

 

What are you looking forward to most about EPIC?

I am most looking forward to showing how amazing engineering is to future college students, and to help them select what type of engineering they like.

 

Fun fact:

I like to do adventurous activities, like skydiving and cliff jumping.

Andrea Leal

Counselor

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Major: Civil Engineering

 

Why did you choose this major?

I've always been interested in building and construction projects and I wanted to study something that could impact the world in a positive way. After taking two courses in high school where I explored this major further, I knew this is what I wanted to study, and to one day volunteer at EWB-USA as a Civil Engineer.

 

What are you looking forward to most about working with EPIC?

I am looking forward to meeting future innovators and engineers this summer! There are so many incredible labs planned for this camp, and I am super excited to got through them with the students.

 

Fun fact:

I am trying to learn German using an application on my phone.

Gabriel Leonides

Counselor

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Major: Electrical Engineering

 

Why did you choose your major?

I really enjoyed taking robotics in high school and loved it. Seeing what you could do with a set number of components; being able to build a plethora of different circuits is what interested me. The possibilities are endless, and the creativity involved with designing circuits is appealing to me.

 

What are you looking forward to most about at EPIC?

Working with the students one-on-one, guiding them through problems without giving them the answer.

 

Fun fact:

I play the drums

Judith Lopez

Counselor

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Major: Mechanical Engineering

 

Why did you choose your major?

I chose my major because I like all the aspects that it covers. I get to learn about lots of different skills that I would have never done, like welding and casting. I really like all the hands-on learning that this major comes with.

 

What are you looking forward to most about working at EPIC?

I am looking forward to meeting all the energetic and students who are as interested in engineering as I am. This is going to be so fun!

 

Fun Fact:

I can write backward!

Samantha Low

Counselor

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Major: Mechanical Engineering


Why did you choose your major?

I chose mechanical engineering because it gives me the opportunity to contribute to interesting projects in any industry while constantly working with tons of bright and interesting people! My major allows me be constantly curious and hands on while designing and building products that will go on to directly benefit tons of people!


What are you looking forward to most about working at EPIC?

I am excited to share all that Cal Poly and engineering have to offer and encourage this year's outstanding campers to embrace whatever kind of engineer they are!


Fun fact:
I have a special place in my heart for Broadway musicals and my favorite outdoor activity is snorkeling!

Kevin Lu

Counselor

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Major: Materials Engineering

 

Why did you choose your major?

I chose materials engineering because I wanted to explore my interest in how things work through experimentation and analysis. It never ceases to amaze me how in everything, structure determines properties.

  

What are you looking forward to most about working at EPIC?

I look forward to meeting all the campers this summer and sharing the Learn by Doing approach with them! I also hope to show them all the opportunities that Cal Poly and engineering have to offer!

 

Fun fact:

My favorite color is purple.

Matthew Malonzo

Counselor

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Major: Mechanical Engineering

 

Why did you choose your major?

I transferred from physics my freshman year because I wanted more hands-on learning and real-life applicable knowledge and skills that my other major did not fulfill.

 

What are you looking forward to most about working at EPIC?

I look most forward to inspiring young engineers who do not yet know their passion, similar to how I had trouble realizing the right major for me.

 

Fun fact:

I play for Cal Poly's Club Roller Hockey team!

Gabriel Musen

Counselor

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Major: Aerospace Engineering

 

Why did you choose your major?

Even as a kid, I’ve always been obsessed with anything to do with space. I was certain that the answers to life’s most important questions lingered somewhere in the night sky. I chose aerospace engineering because it combined my love of space, my thirst for knowledge, and my passion for building.

 

What are you looking forward to most about working at EPIC?

This is my second working as a counselor at EPIC. Last summer it was a great experience for both me and my campers. Each of campers discovered what field of engineering excited them the most. Some even decided they wanted to be aerospace engineers! I hope this summer is even better than the last.

 

Fun Fact:

I spent a month in Vietnam teaching kids how to swim

Daniel Negrete

Counselor

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Major:Civil Engineering

 

Why did you choose your major?

I chose my major because in high school I excelled in math and science and I wanted to apply these skills to help people. I believed that as a civil engineer, I would be in the position to undertake projects that would accomplish this goal.

 

What are you looking forward to most about working at EPIC?

I am looking forward to meeting young minds who are passionate in pursuing higher education.

 

Fun Fact:

I play volleyball!

Sabrina Nelson

Counselor

Major: Biomedical Engineering

 

Why did you choose your major?

I realized biomedical engineering was right for me when I was an EPIC camper. I loved all the BMED activities we did and all the possibilities that are available to biomedical engineers.

 

What are you looking forward to most about working at EPIC?

I can't wait to meet my campers and share my Mustang Pride and passion for engineering with them!

 

Fun fact:

I was an EPIC camper in 2015 and I've been to 18 states outside of California.

Kristina Pimentel

Counselor

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Major: Biomedical Engineering

 

Why did you choose your major? 

I chose biomedical engineering because I have always been interested in biology and the medical world. I strive to create the tool that will help save so many lives.

 

What are you looking forward to most about working at EPIC?

I'm excited to meet all the campers and show them all of the great opportunities that are possible with engineering.

 

Fun Fact:

My favorite color is purple!

Veronica Pollock

Counselor

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Major: Computer Science


Why did you choose your major?

I’ve always seen the ability to code like a superpower. All you need is a computer and you can create a game, an app, a website, and so much more. To become a computer whisperer also inspires awe in those not privy to its ways. I’m also continually uncovering new complexities and fun applications of the material I’m learning in class proving how relevant computer science is in life. 


What are you looking forward to most about working at EPIC?

Honestly, Im also hoping to learn more about other fields of engineering and my own. I also look forward to having fun with the campers! I’ve gone to summer camp basically every year since I was a fetus and whether camper or counselor I always have a blast with the other kids.


Fun fact:

I am a self-proclaimed champion of Egyptian War/Rat Slap. Challenge me if you dare. 

Sean Reece

Counselor

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Major: Civil Engineering

 

Why did you choose your major?

I chose civil engineering because I love building things! I think bridges and skyscrapers and city roadways are some of the coolest things in our modern society and I want to be a part of designing and building the world's next greatest landmark!

 

What are you looking forward to most about working with EPIC?

I'm looking forward to meeting all kinds of new people and sharing everything I've gained from my time in the Cal Poly Engineering program!

 

Fun Fact:

I LOVE getting involved with campus clubs and organizations! I hold officer positions in four different campus organizations (three of which are engineering related), I play IM soccer, volleyball, and futsal, and I'm going to be a WOW leader in the Fall! Cal Poly has so much to offer!!!

Jared Rincon

Counselor

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Major: Electrical Engineering

 

Why did you choose your major?

I love the world of technological advancements and electrical engineering is all about the circuitry behind them. In high school I made a portable phone charger from scratch, this project made me realize how awesome circuitry can be! My greatest interest now is in the field of power engineering. In the long run, I hope to work with companies like Southern California Edison and PG&E to help make our society more "green" by relying on green renewable energy.  

 

What are you looking forward to most about working at EPIC?

I'm really excited to meet all my campers and give them a mouthfull about Cal Poly!!! One of my greatest passions now is exposing students that come from marginalized communities to the opportunities a university has to offer. Cal Poly has opened many doors for me and I can't wait to let all my campers in on it.

 

Fun fact:

Bananas are curved because while they're growing they follow the sun! Also, my favorite fruit to eat is a banana!

Ada Tadeo

Counselor

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Major: Biomedical Engineering

 

Why did you choose this major?

In high school I enjoyed learning about biology and physiology, I consider math as being one of my strongest subjects, and I love volunteering and giving back to the community, so I decided to pursue a major where I can combine science and mathematics as well as be able to contribute my knowledge and skills to produce something for the betterment and wellbeing of all people!

 

What are you looking forward to most about working at EPIC?

I can’t wait to meet with all the students and to lead them throughout this inspiring journey! I am excited to share my experiences so far at Cal Poly and to learn about their passions and interests in engineering.

 

Fun Fact:

I have an identical twin sister!

Theresa Wilcoski

Counselor

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Major: Industrial Engineering

 

Why did you choose your major?

I chose industrial engineering because I can work in pretty much any industry. Every business needs to be efficient!

 

What are you looking forward to most about working at EPIC?

I am looking forward to meeting all the campers and sharing my love of engineering. I'm a first year, so maybe I'll see some of you again when you come back for college!

 

Fun Fact:

I'm from Chicago.

Bennie Woo

Counselor

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Major: Mechanical Engineering

 

Why did you choose your major?

I love building things and seeing how things work. I also love physics and mechanical engineering seemed to combine all these things.

 

What are you looking forward to most about at EPIC?

I look forward to meeting so many new people and sharing fun experiences everyone.

 

Fun Fact:

My favorite soda is cream soda.

Tatum Yee

Counselor

Guadalupe Zepeda

Counselor

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Major: Civil engineering

 

Why did you you choose your major?

I chose my major because I have a family friend who is a civil engineer. She told me about it and what she does and it really piqued my interest.

 

What are you looking forward to most about working at EPIC?

I’m looking forward to being a part of helping students find what interests them.

 

Fun Fact:

I have 10 fingers but only 8 knuckles