STOMP is a volunteer based, transfer student organization, that will help you achieve your university goals.
Many of our volunteers are transfer students, so they can relate with your experience and offer valuable insights. Volunteers play leading roles in our virtual and in-person opportunities, including the annual UCLA STOMP conference.
The highlight of our program is the annual conference which is a free event for students from California community colleges. The conference includes a holistic set of workshops addressing UC Admission and Financial Aid resources, campus and community support programs, cultural and identity-based resources, and most importantly, the opportunity to directly interact with other transfer students.
The next STOMP conference will be in April 2022.
We are always looking for ways to engage with prospective community college students, especially those who may have never considered UCLA as a transfer option. We would appreciate the opportunity to host virtual and/or in-person events at your community college, especially within your respective student support programs, such as Puente, Umoja, EOPS, First Year Learning Communities and all others.
For more information and scheduling, please contact the STOMP Supervisors Erika Perez and Lila Mendoza.
Applications for the STOMP Coordinator position are due on Friday, October 22 at 5 p.m. Download the application.
Current UCLA students, STOMP is always looking for volunteers. Join our team and make a difference in a transfer student’s educational journey!
- Opportunity to share your transfer story to inspire others
- Advocate for transfers and create awareness for the community
- Improve your public speaking and communication skills
- Volunteer alongside UCLA Undergraduate Admission staff
- Be a part of a welcoming and supportive STOMP family
- Give back to your transfer community
Community College: College of the Canyons
Bio: I was born in Glendale and now I live in Santa Clarita. At the College of the Canyons, I was the president of the Communication Studies Club and competed on the Speech Team.
Outside of school, I enjoy going to concerts, photography, art, baking, and volunteering in my community. I’m pursuing a career as a community college professor and I am striving to be an advocate for transfers like myself.
As STOMP Coordinator, I want to encourage prospective transfers to consider UCLA as an option and help them take advantage of all the resources we offer.
Community College: El Camino College
Minor: Chicana/o and Central American Studies
Bio: I was born and raised in South Central LA. At El Camino College I was involved with the Puente Program.
Currently, I am a member of the Underground Scholar Initiative (USI) here at UCLA. I enjoy going to scenic views with my friends and long car rides. I am pursuing a career as a community college professor.
As STOMP Coordinator, I want to inspire and support people in their transfer experience. I want people to recognize that it isn’t impossible to go to your dream university.