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Senior Stories: Jonathan Estrada Campos

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Senior Stories: Jonathan Estrada Campos

“Jonathan is a happy, silly student,” says RCEP administrative assistant Evelyn Campos. “When he comes in the door he makes me smile with his jokes. He is very kind to others, when he orders food he shares with his peers.”

Jonathan will be graduating from RCEP (the Richfield College Experience Program) this spring and plans to attend college to become a mechanic, which is his dream job! He is proud of himself for graduating on time, and his advice for freshmen is to be on track with completing and turning in assignments.

In school, Jonathan’s favorite subject is history, because he likes to learn about the history of how the world started. He is grateful to Ms. Lentz for the help she provided him in school.

“She’s had the biggest impact on me because she’s always checking to see if I need help on my assignments,” says Jonathan.

Outside of school Jonathan enjoys playing basketball and spending time with his family. If he could work for any nonprofit organization, he would be at VEAP giving food to the community. 

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