SDSU MEP students Jade Handy, Nelson Hernandez, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) astronaut and MESA alumnus Jose Hernandez, SDSU MEP students Evita Valdivieso, Ivan Ramirez, and Director Theresa M.
A select group of four San Diego State students were among 150 college students across California chosen to participate in a special leadership conference.
The Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement (MESA) Student Leadership Conference offered extensive professional and leadership development through direct interaction with industry mentors and speakers. PG&E was recognized for the extensive support the company has provided to assist educationally disadvantaged MESA students to graduate in math-based fields.
The astronaut motivated students to continue through tough engineering and math courses with stories of his upbringing as a farm worker in central California. Now celebrating its 40th anniversary, MESA is one of the largest programs in the state to support educationally disadvantaged students so they can graduate from college with science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) degrees.
Student attendees represented the following campuses: CSU Chico, CSU Fresno, CSU Los Angeles, CSU Sacramento, San Diego State University, San Francisco State University, San Jose State University, Sonoma State University, UC Riverside, UC Santa Cruz, University of the Pacific (Stockton), American River College (Sacramento), Bakersfield College, Butte College (Oroville), Canada College (Redwood City), City College of San Francisco, Cosumnes River College (Sacramento), Los Medanos College (Pittsburg), Mission College (Santa Clara), Napa Valley College (Napa), Sacramento City College, Santa Rosa Junior College, Skyline College (San Bruno), Yuba College (Marysville). MESA, an academic preparation program that each year serves about 20,000 California pre-college, community college and university students who are educationally disadvantaged, is an awarding winning program with a model that works. With over 460 alumni, the Community Leadership Alliance’s goal is to continue to provide opportunities to promote learning, growing and networking. We teach, learn, lead and serve, connecting people with the University of Wisconsin, and engaging with them in transforming lives and communities.


Community Leadership Alliance (CLA) is part of the University of Wisconsin-Extension For Your Information Network.
The presidents and other elected officials of the constituent unions comprising the Maritime Labor Alliance (MLA) met for their semi-annual meeting in Washington D.C.
Key among the decisions at Wednesday’s meeting, was the election of a slate of executive officers and the appointment of an Executive Director to coordinate alliance activities. Conducted at the Headquarters of the Marine Engineers’ Beneficial Association, the meeting participants also included ARA President John Radcliffe, IBU President Alan Cote, the host, MEBA President Marshall Ainley as well as numerous other elected officials and legislative professionals from the unions. The Board meeting concluded with the pledge of mutual support from Coast to Coast between the unions.
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The hand-picked MESA students, all science, engineering, or math majors, were from 24 universities and community colleges across the state, including San Diego State University.
This event gives them a chance to interact extensively with STEM professionals currently working in the field,” said Porter. Seventy percent of MESA high school graduates statewide went directly to college after graduation compared to 48 percent of all California graduates. Based in San Francisco, with 20,000 employees, the company delivers some of the nation’s cleanest energy to 15 million people in Northern and Central California.


We know the alumni supports the CLA’s vision to advance leadership in Southwest Wisconsin.
IOMM&P President Don Marcus was re-elected to serve as President of the alliance, MEBA Secretary-Treasurer Bill Van Loo was elected to serve as MLA Secretary-Treasurer, and Dr.
William Harper, PG&E vice president and chief diversity officer and MESA board member, addressed the students and encouraged them to continue. He participated in MESA while a student at the University of the Pacific and UC Santa Barbara.
The CLA is proud of all graduates for strengthening community leadership, growing social and professional networks, and addressing local issues.
The need to protect the hard-fought successes of the most recent longshore contract campaigns on the East and Gulf Coasts as well as, more recently, on the West Coast, and the need to work cooperatively to organize the non-union sectors of the maritime industry were among the many items on the agenda.
Thomas J Mackell, Jr was appointed by the members of the alliance board to serve in the new position of Executive Director. Mackell also serves as Special Advisor to the International President of the International Longshoremen’s Association, for political, legislative and public affairs.



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