Student Success Stories
Path to Palomar Student Success Stories
Path to Palomar Success Story - An Interview with Gang Huang
In this Path to Palomar Student Success Interview, Gang discusses how enrolling at Ramona Adult Schools ESL program helped him develop the foundational English skills to continue his education at Palomar College. Gang describes his story of immigrating from China and how the counselors and teachers along his educational journey at Ramona Adult School and Palomar have supported him and helped him become successful in progressing and moving forward with his education.
Path to Palomar Success Story - An Interview with Oscar Lopez
In this preview for Path to Palomar 2022 produced by Education to Career Network of North San Diego County, we have Oscar Lopez, a former adult education student who now works as a Transition Coordinator at Escondido Adult School, who graduated and transitioned from San Marcos Adult School to Palomar College during his educational career. In this interview, he outlines how Adult Education helped prepare and support him for Palomar College and beyond. Additionally, he discusses how Adult Education set him up for a pathway towards his career where he now helps adult students in several capacities to help them continue their education.
Path to Palomar Success Story - An Interview with Guadalupe Martinez
In this Path to Palomar Student Success Story interview, Guadalupe Martinez discusses her journey from Vista Adult School to Palomar College. In this video, you will learn about her educational journey and the support she received as she continued her education through Adult Education and then to Palomar College.
Path to Palomar Success Story - An Interview with Victor Dominguez
In this Path to Palomar Student Success Interview, Victor Dominguez discusses how he returned to school after many years at Vista Adult School and how the Adult School prepared him to continue his education after many years in the workforce. He outlines how his teachers and counselors prepared him to attend Palomar College as well as be successful there as he continued his education and began transitioning into a new career in Waste Water Management.