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Executive Branch

 

The Executive Branch​ is the liaison between ASRCC student members and the administration, staff and faculty of RCC. They advocate and enforce the laws, policies and procedures set forth in the ASRCC Constitution.  The branch consists of your ASRCC President, Vice President, Executive Treasurer, Secretary and Directors of respective committees. 

 

 You might enjoy getting involved with Executive if you:

  • Would like to build prominent leadership skills in application
  • Interested in learning program management
  • Want to plan and  become involved in Multi-Cultural activities
  • Want to handle and allocate over $600,000 in funds
  • Want to be involved in passing legislation
  • Interested in learning and being involved in politics and shared governance

 EXECUTIVE MEETINGS  


 AGENDAS & MINUTES​


Resource Center Agenda 9.15.20 .pdfResource Center Agenda 9.15.20 .pdf


EXECUTIVE MEETING - 9.11.2020.pdfEXECUTIVE MEETING - 9.11.2020.pdf




  

 2019-2020 ASRCC Executive Branch​

 



Presi​​den​t 

Angel Contreras




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It is such an honor to see so many new students become part of the Tiger family. My name is Angel Contreras and I am your Student Body President for this 2019-2020 Academic School year.  This is my third year at RCC and I recently changed my major from Criminal Justice to Biology. My career goal is to be a pediatric/adult medicine physician for Riverside. As ASRCC President, I want to personally say Welcome to RCC and would love to applaud you all for choosing RCC to pursue your higher educational journey. Being a Tiger here at RCC is a memorable experience. It also opens a new era in your life that will help contribute and guide you towards your goal for success. As well as the opportunity to meet new people and create that bond. Within this next academic year, I want to try and understand what the students' problems, concerns, ideas, and suggestions are on campus from their perspective so that I can take them into consideration when revitalizing our school campus into a more outgoing and civilized venue. I also get along with everyone that crosses my way because I am an extravert. Being such a sociable person can help me connect closer with the students and understand what needs to be done. Only because I believe that if we take into consideration the students input, then can we make a change. It’s not what we as leaders want, it’s what the students want that can make campus a better place.







ASRCC.PRES@rcc.edu ​



Vice Presi​​den​t 

Cassandra Sanchez

Hello Tigers! My name is Cassandra Sanchez and I have the pleasure of representing the students at RCC as your ASRCC Vice President for this academic school year of 2019-2020. I am a communications major and in hopes to transfer to a four year institute in fall 2020. As a returning student in pursuing a higher education, I have met some very inspiring people and it has contributed tremendously to my college experience. One of my biggest passions is to help and inspire people. Experiencing the diversity in this campus has made me realize that it is crucial to advocate the needs and concerns of ALL students at Riverside City College. Every student’s voice is impactful and deserves to be heard. That is why it is a privilege to be advocating for you as your Vice President and Chief Legislative Officer.


ASRCC.VP@rcc.edu​



Secretary

Mewish Ali










Treasurer
 

David Olukoju 

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Resource Center Director 

Matthew Brashier

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Meetings Every Tuesday at 11:30 am

Office Hours Thursdays at 3 pm

 

 

 

 

Hello RCC Students, I’am the Director of the Resource Center Council for the 2020-2021 Academic year. My goal, as your Resource Center Council Director, is to work  hard for the students at Riverside City College.By holding Events, and posting Resources Available to all Students.I took this position to help the Students at RCC.I am currently working  towards my degree in Social Behavior and History. I plan to transfer to Cal Baptist University in the near Future. I joined ASRCC  to make A Difference in A Students life’s. I look forward to serving as your ASRCC Resource Center  Council Director.   

If you have any Questions, Email at asrccresourcecenter@gmail.com

 Go Tigers! 

 

 

























Inter Club  Director 

Albert Jaramillo


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Hello fellow students, my name is Albert Jaramillo and I am one of the Inter-Club-Council Directors. I am currently pursuing my Associates Degree in Welding Technologies and in Business Management. This is my second year here at RCC and second year as part of ASRCC. Prior to starting my path in higher education, I served 20 years in the United States Marine Corps. 

My goal as Inter-Club-Council Director, is to work with club Advisors,  Presidents and members to ensure that students can find an active club that they can relate to, as well as to promote club activities to all students. 

If you are interested in joining a club or starting a new club on campus, please contact us at asrccicc@gmail.com

Nadieh Mohammad



Hello! My name is Nadieh Mohammad, a student here at RCC. I am currently majoring in Graphic Design and hope to transfer to a CalState soon. I live close, m​y hometown is in Reche Canyon, not so far, only a 10 minute drive. My favorite part of RCC are the unique students you meet and favorite place is the Quad because most of my classes are there. Also, th​e Q​uad is the center of the school so it's a special place to hang out and enjoy the beautiful scenerey. I would love if students could join my council because you guys get to decide how you want to enjoy your college life here at RCC. I hope to strive for the best, so why shouldn't you.​













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