"One of the things that I like about being an organizer at SWCUC is the opportunity that I get when it comes to being able to learn as I work, this is something new but being able to reach out to the community and candidates that are running in our Clark district has been a fun and enjoyable experience for me. What I see myself doing after high school is attending college and getting my bachelors degree as a Dental Hygienist, as well as staying connected with our organization to continue helping our community and grow as an individual."- A.E.L
"As an organizer I get to connect with the community and help engage the community to be politically active and build connections. In five years, I see myself at Oregon health and science University studying for there PA Program." -L.S.
"I love being involved with my community, and I really want to help dismantle systems of oppression against all people. Everyone deserves an equal opportunity. After Highschool I will be attending a university working on becoming a forensic psychologist while minoring in political science." -Z.B.
" I like the experience of being a political organizer because I get to understand the complex thinking of those around me. In the next five years I see myself as a wealthy young girl starting up my own nail business." -S.K.
"I enjoy being an organizer for the research sector of the work, as well as the outreach that the position involves. In the next five years I see myself being a political organizer, working on my own campaigning." -E.B.E
"One of the many things in like about being a political organizer is being able to have and create a safe space for bipoc people through my incorporation of Anime and my work. In five years I see myself continuing to blaze through the milestones I have set for myself."- L.M.R
My name is Janet and I enjoy the education and community outreach that we do with historically underserved communities. Being able to give back to my community at such a young age has been amazing. In five years I see myself in college and continuing my work for SWCUC." -J.P.