2019 Graduates

 Alejandra Plascencia – UM Business Administration
2019 GRADUATE

Angel Obed García – ITES Business Administration
2019 GRADUATE

Alejandro Florentino – AAC Gastronomy
2019 GRADUATE

Ashly Bañaga – ITES Business Administration
2019 GRADUATE

Gerardo Nuño – AAC Gastronomy
2019 GRADUATE

Sarai Martinez – UM Business Administration
2019 GRADUATE

Lizbeth Ponce – UM Law
2019 GRADUATE

Luis Ramirez – Universidad de Guadalajara Doctor
2019 GRADUATE

Maria Elena Bautista – UABCS Law
2019 GRADUATE

Roberto Cota – UM Nutrition
2019 GRADUATE

2018 Graduates

 Kevin Campa – UGC Business Administration
2018 GRADUATE

Araceli Perez – UGC Languages
2018 GRADUATE

Luis Lepe – AAC Gastronomy
2018 GRADUATE

Gonzalo Raymundo – ITES Architect
2018 GRADUATE

Leslie Eloisa – UM Psychology
2018 GRADUATE

Claudia Rizo – UM Psychology
2018 GRADUATE

2017 Graduates

Teresa Maganda – UM Business Administration
2017 GRADUATE

Guadalupe Roque – UGC Nutrition
2017 GRADUATE

Frida Espinoza – UABCS International Commerce
2017 GRADUATE

Diana Diaz – UGC Nutrition
2017 GRADUATE

2016 Graduates

Yahaira Carrero – UM Psychology
2016 GRADUATE
Maribel Mendez – UM Criminology
2016 GRADUATE
Julio Escalante – UGC Accountant
2016 GRADUATE
Jennifer Vega – UGC Languages
2016 GRADUATE
Isaias Lopez – UGC Business Administration
2016 GRADUATE
Flor Silva – UM Interior Design
2016 GRADUATE
Fabiola Perez – UM Psychology
2016 GRADUATE
Citlali Valentin – UGC Teaching
2016 GRADUATE
Carlos Diaz – UGC Languages
2016 GRADUATE
Ana Dircio – UM Criminology
2016 GRADUATE

2015 Graduates

Zuleyma Benites – UGC Psychology
2015 GRADUATE
Carmen Garcia – UGC Psychology
2015 GRADUATE
Paulette Agundez – UGC Teaching
2015 GRADUATE
Maydely Resendiz – VG Culinary Arts
2015 GRADUATE
Marco Contreras – UGC Teaching
2015 GRADUATE
Enrique Lopez – UGC Graphic Design
2015 GRADUATE
Angel Garcia – UGC Business Administration
2015 GRADUATE
Karina Peña – UGC Teaching
2015 GRADUATE
Arturo Carballo – UGC Teaching
2015 GRADUATE
Cynthia Gomez – UM Nutrition
2015 GRADUATE

Graduates Stories

Maria Elena Bautista Salinas

My name is Maria Elena Bautista Salinas. I come from a very humble family where my dad did not have the opportunity to study furthermore than third grade of elementary school and my mom could not finish her high school studies. Most of our live my dad had been the only member of the family who provided economic support in our home.

Thanks to the Green Scolarship Program´s support, I am honored to say that I am the first generation to graduate from university. Today I am a professional in law and I am proud and happy to be able to help my family economically.

I am currently working at the Women´s Institute of Baja California Sur where we help women and girls who have experienced violence in different situations. I believe that through my job I am giving this women and girls a piece of what I learned being a scholar at the Green Scholarship Program, this is to give and help others without expecting anything in return, to do it from the heart, to believe that everything is possible if you have a clear and precise goal and that there will be difficult moments in life but not impossible to overcome.

It fills me with satisfaction to be a key person in the life of someone who feels that her world is falling apart and that there is no solution, to be able to share the knowledge and skills I learned at GSP and at college and being able to provide them with legal advice.
Being part of the Green Scholarship´s family makes me feel really proud of myself and I hope to make the GSP proud of me as well.

Alejandra Plascencia Castro

My name is Alejandra Plascencia Castro, I live in San Jose del Cabo, where I was born. My dad works in the tourism industry and my mom is a housewife who has dedicated her life to take care of my brother and me. The members of my family are the most important persons in my life, they are my motivation and I wish that they always feel proud of me.

As far as I can remember I have always dreamed big. I dreamed of having a good job and becoming someone important, and as I grew up I realized that studying and learning more and more would give me the tools I needed to make my dreams come true.

I am currently 22 years old and I recently graduated from university. I studied Business Administration at La Universidad Mundial of Los Cabos.

Among a total of 30 members of my family I am the second member to have a university degree. My family is quite proud of me. I feel so blessed and thankful with the Green Scholarship Program for having believed in myself and for helping me reach my dreams and goals.

GSP is definitely an important part of my life, GSP not only allowed me to study a university degree, they accepted me in their foundation and family where I spent moments of joy with my colleagues, I had the opportunity to meet new people, it allowed me to motivate and challenge myself day by day and push my limits to be able to accomplish my goals and various responsabilities I had to fulfill as a GSP student.

Today I am working as an administrative assistant in a company called “VAEM GROUP” thanks to the help of the Green Scholarship Foundation who contacted me with this enterprise. This has been the first opportunity given to me to start working and to put into ptactice everything I learned at the university and at the Green Scholarship Program.

Now that I am a graduate of the program and that I found a job in which I feel fulfilled I realize how important it is to value the opportunities that arise in life and how important it is as well to be thankful. I will always be grateful for having been part of the GSP. I hope the GSP family continues growing and touching the lifes of many other young adults in order for them to receive an opportunity like the one that was presented to me.