College Corps

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Californians For All - College Corps

California State University, Long Beach is proud to be among the selected 45 campuses statewide for the inaugural #CaliforniansForAll College Corps.

This initiative is the first of its kind in the state of California and will provide opportunities for college students to tackle state-wide challenges and support and learn from community organizations working in key priority areas. The focus of the program is to:

  1. Engage college students in meaningful internship opportunities that build leadership skills, civic responsibility, and self-confidence;
  2. Help low-income students from diverse backgrounds graduate college with less debt;
  3. Support the work of community-based organizations as they build more equitable communities and address societal challenges related to climate change and environmental justice, food insecurity and K-12 education.

Learn more about us.


Hello Students!

College Corps @ the Beach is excited to announce Cohort #1 Student Fellow interns have been selected for the 2022-2023 academic year! Are you interested in becoming a College Corps Intern? Learn more about student benefits and eligibility, or fill out an interest form to receive notifications when Cohort #2 applications are available (link coming soon).

Important Dates

Student applications for Fall 2023 - Spring 2024 Cohort #2 will become available in Spring 2023. Watch this space for more information.

Welcome, Community Organizations!

Do you want to be a host organization and work with our interns? Cohort #1 host organizations for 2022-2023 academic year have been selected. Learn about how to become a community host, or submit an interest form to receive notification when Cohort #2 applications open.

Important Dates

Community Host Applications for Fall 2023 - Spring 2024 Cohort #2 will become available in Spring 2023. Watch this space for more information.


Meet Our CSULB Student Fellows/Interns

The following is our Cohort #1!

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Elijah Alavazo

Elijah Alavazo
Communication Studies

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Beatrice Arellano

Beatrice Arellano
Environmental Science & Policy

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Jesus Bernal

Jesus Bernal
Human Geography & Urban Studies

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Jean Luc Berrospi Remy

Jean Luc Berrospi Remy
Communication Studies

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Arianna Bleau

Arianna Bleau
Environmental Science & Policy

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Shayna Briseno-Brooks

Shayna Briseno-Brooks
Political Science

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Katarina Butler

Katarina Butler
Environmental Science & Policy

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Brandon Contreras Figueroa

Brandon Contreras Figueroa
Geography

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Leslie Corrales

Leslie Corrales
Geography

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Vivian De Anda

Vivian De Anda
Environmental Sciece & Policy

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Stevie De La Fuente

Stevie De La Fuente
Political Science

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William Dinh

William Dinh
Environmental Science & Policy

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Zabrina Downer

Zabrina Downer
Philosophy

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Natalia Esquivel

Natalia Esquivel
Community Health Education

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Claudia Flores Javier

Claudia Flores Javier
Geography

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Allison Flores Norman

Allison Flores Norman
Criminology & Criminal Justice

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Allison Lopez

Allison Lopez
Sociology

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Yoremi Funez Loeza

Yoremi Funez Loeza
Accountancy

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Angelica Garcia

Angelica Garcia
Sociology

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Estefani Hernandez

Estefani Hernandez
Theatre Performance

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Alexxandra Hurtado

Alexxandra Hurtado
Molecular Cell Biology & Physiology

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Anna Jacobson

Anna Jacobson
Psychology

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Edhen Jaramillo De La Cruz

Edhen Jaramillo De La Cruz
Criminology & Criminal Justice

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Haley Jimenez

Haley Jimenez
Psychology

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Samantha Jones

Samantha Jones
Marine Biology

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Dylan Kurz

Dylan Kurz
Sociology

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Karla Malinis

Karla Malinis
Microbiology

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Gerson Mejia

Gerson Mejia
Psychology

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Sinai Miranda

Sinai Miranda
Sociology

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Sky Na

Sky Na
Studio Art

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Leoni Nguyen

Leoni Nguyen
Environmental Science & Policy

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Stephanie Nguyen

Stephanie Nguyen
Molecular Cell Biology & Physiology

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Ashlyn Nicholson

Ashlyn Nicholson
Marine Biology

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Keomonyroth Nuon

Keomonyroth Nuon
Biology

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Nanthanann Nuon

Nanthanann Nuon
Biology

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Nickee O'Bryant

Nickee O'Bryant
International Studies

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Kelly Ortiz

Kelly Ortiz
Math Education

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Gisselle Palomera

Gisselle Palomera
Journalism

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Sal Pardo Tapia

Sal Pardo Tapia
Linguistics

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Cassandra Perez

Cassandra Perez
Psychology

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Orlando Rangel Zarate

Orlando Rangel Zarate
Political Science

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Alejandra Romo

Alejandra Romo
Sociology

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Kerollos Roufael

Kerollos Roufael
Biology

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Emilio Ruiz

Emilio Ruiz
Liberal Studies

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Adam Russell

Adam Russell
Biology

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Ayah Said

Ayah Said
Health Care Administration

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Alyssa Sehman

Alyssa Sehman
Linguistics & Design

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Victoria Tran

Victoria Tran
Health Care Administration

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Steven Watson

Steven Watson
Sociology

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Serena Williams

Serena Williams
Biology

 

Demographics

Cohort #1: Fall 2022-Spring 2023

  • 50 undergraduate students: 40 Non Dreamers & 10 Dreamers
  • 100% have demonstrated financial need (e.g., are Pell eligible, working to pay for school and living expenses, etc.)
  • 70% are women; 30% men
  • 86% are students of color (58% Latinx, 18% Asian, 10% Black, 14% White)
  • 58% will be first in their immediate families to earn a college degree
  • 46% transferred to CSULB from a community college; 54% started at CSULB as freshmen
  • Students drawn from 6 colleges--Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Liberal Arts, Health and Human Services, Education, Business, and the Arts--and 27 different majors