Three Hartnell College students have been elected to campus leadership roles for the 2003-2004 school year.
They are Sharolyn Robinson of Salinas, elected student representative to the college's governing board; Jason Ortiz of Salinas, elected president of the Associated Students (A.S.); and Salvador Bustamante of Gonzales, elected A.S. vice president.
Robinson, a pre-nursing student, also served as student representative to Hartnell's board of trustees during 2002-2003, during which time she also was A.S. president. During the upcoming academic year, she will wear another hat - commissioner of activities for the A.S. Student Senate. Her career goal is to be a nursing coordinator for a hospital or long-term care facility.
Ortiz, a biology major, was the campus' senator for math and science last year. Upon graduation from Hartnell next year, he plans to pursue a bachelor's degree in Molecular Cellular Development (MCD), followed by medical school-specializing in psychiatry.
Bustamante, an English major, was the A.S.'s senator for fine arts last year. He also is a member of the Circo Poetry Club and the Homestead Review literary journal club. He is planning to transfer to a four-year university and wants to pursue a career as a high school English teacher.