Hispanic Heritage Profile: Jade Murguia - Crafton Hills College
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Jade Murguia
Crafton Hills College Student

What is your Hispanic heritage (ex: Guatemalan, Mexican, or Puerto Rican)?

50% Mexican, 50% Caucasian

Has your family always lived in the United States? If not, when did your family migrate to the United States?

I have always lived in the here; my father came to the U.S. in his early 20s.

What do you like most about your Hispanic heritage and why?

The food, because not only do I get to eat it but I learn to make it.

What made you decide to attend college?

I decided I wanted to further my education and work on getting a degree.

What is your current major?

Graphic Design

Where did you go to high school?

Yucaipa High School

Describe one obstacle you have faced while you have been a college student?

Keeping up with the work load!

What certifications/scholarships/honors have you received?

Hope Center Scholarship (church), District finalist for ‘Why Our Constitution Matters’ Speech

Where do you see yourself in ten years?

Being a graphic designer for a magazine, or clothing company.

Describe your favorite experience that you’ve had at Crafton Hills College?

Being a part of Student Senate.