Senior social work major, Elizabeth Sanchez, will be the first one in her family to graduate from a four-year university – an accomplishment she is most proud of. Now she is taking her experience of academic success and sharing it with freshman CHHS students, whom she mentors in her role as a peer mentor with the CHHS Advising and Career Development Center.

In addition to being a mentor, Sanchez is also a part of the CHHS Honors Program in Collaborative Leadership and is actively involved in the social work major, as a member of Trabajadores De la Raza – a student-run social work club. Way to be bold, Elizabeth! Learn more about her by viewing the video above!

To learn more about the CHHS Advising and Career Development Center Peer Mentors Program, contact 559.278.5027 or visit the advising website.