Peer Mentoring

EOP provides mentorship services in the Fall, Spring, & Summer semesters. 

Our mentor program offers positive, active and experiential mentoring by pairing students with experienced EOP students. Our hope is to increase EOP student achievement by engaging in co-curricular participation with peers, faculty and staff. Follow our Instagram for program activities and updates. 


Peer Mentors

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Alfred Ceballos

I am in my third year at SF state. I am a Business major with a Health Education minor. I am from southern California. My pronouns are He/His. My interests include hiking, camping, grilling, relating to all people, nature, meditation, yoga, exercise, healthy eating, public health, chess, investing, reading, and constantly learning and growing. One of my goals this semester is to help EOP students successfully navigate SF state by helping them utilize campus resources that might change their lives for the better. My personal goals this semester are to improve my metacognition in learning, improve my leadership and teamwork skills, and to take time for self-care as often as necessary.   


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Naiseth Ojeda (She/Her)

Hi Gators! My name is Naiseth Ojeda, my pronouns are she/her and I'm from Corona, CA. I am a fourth-year student majoring in psychology and minoring in latina/o studies. My favorite spots on campus are the Cesar Chavez student center because of all the different things going on every day. I also love music. I enjoy making playlists for different everyday activities.


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Giselle Peralta

Hi, my name is Giselle Peralta and I am from Los Angeles. An alumna and current Masters student studying Cultural Anthropology with a minor in Comparative and World Literature. I am an active K-pop listener which inspired my projects, “Latinx Waves in K-pop,” and my short film, “K-Pop Goes Social Justice.” I am also president of the club, K-pop Adventures.


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Victoria Ortiz (She/Her)

A San Francisco native and transfer student from City College of San Francsico. As a first-generation college student, I want to be a better role model for my children and start new traditions for my family. My major is Social Work, and I am currently in my junior year of completing my BASW. I love helping others and am passionate about the criminal justice system and prison reform. 

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Rudy Herrera - Transitional Support Coordinator

I live in the East Bay and am an alum of the Upward Bound Program and the Educational Opportunity Program. I have always been focused on supporting underrepresented students enter and be successful in higher education. Being a first-generation college student challenges for myself have been consistent. I am here to add to a program that will assist you in overcoming challenges.