The American Moot Court Association is the largest intercollegiate moot court organization in the US. More than 475 teams registered each year to compete in fourteen qualifying tournaments to attempt to win a bid to the Championship Tournament. On two occasions, I was selected as a National Qualifier for the Western Regional Tournament.
Each year, students from additional colleges and universities decide to participate in the challenging and rewarding opportunity provided by the intercollegiate moot court. Every year more teams will compete for one of the coveted oral adovacy placements, of which I was placed Top 10 in the Western Regional.
As a UCLA Central Valley Law Fellow, I received professional-level instruction by UCLA Law faculty in which I was exposed to cases and a variety of other materials taught in law school.
The Doumanian Ethics Awards recognize outstanding student work that contributes to our understanding of ethical issues in the world today. My winning thesis is published on the Ethics Center website.
I was designated a Karl E. Buckman Scholar at the end of my junior academic year for being a Political Science major with the highest cumulative GPA in California State University Fresno's department.
Through the Gilman Scholarship Program, I was chosen to study and intern abroad, something I would not otherwise participate in due to financial constraints. I selected Seoul, Korea Winter 2021 session.
The Latino Caucus Foundation Scholarship awards a select number of scholars from the highly competitive state-wide applicants pool. I was evaluated and chosen using the following criteria: academic performance, personal statements, extracurricular activities, leadership positions held, special awards, honors received, and work history.
Mrs. Mary Wilson and friends bestow this scholarship. I was awarded as an outstanding student leader who has been involved in student activities, demonstrated leadership in Fresno State student organizations, and Fresno State-sponsored extracurricular activity.
I was one of approximately 30 University students from the region‘s public universities (CSU Bakersfield, Fresno State, Stanislaus State, and UC Merced) selected as a Legislative Scholar-Intern. At the Maddy Insitute, I developed public leadership skills by learning the practical knowledge of the day-to-day operations of government at Fresno City Hall.
The Provost Graduation Initiative awards Fresno State seniors who will graduate in summer by taking courses during the May-June Intersession or Summer Session. My grant from the Division of Continuing and Global Education was applied successfully toward the May-June 2020 Intersession.