Contact

SLCC Dream Center

West Valley Center Room 130
3460 South 5600 West
West Valley City, UT 84128
801-957-2129
DreamCenter@slcc.edu


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Brenda Santoyo

Dream Center Coordinator

801-957-2129 | brenda.santoyo@slcc.edu | West Valley Center, Room 130

Pronouns: Ella/She/Hers

Brenda Santoyo is an SLCC alumnus and the College has been a home away from home for her for several years now. She recently completed her M.Ed. in Educational Leadership and Policy with an emphasis in Student Affairs at the University of Utah. As a daughter of Mexican undocumented immigrants, she has always strived to serve the individual needs of her beloved community. Brenda’s drive and passion for the field stem from her background in serving undocumented students initially enrolled in the Bridge to Success and Bruin Scholars programs through the office for Orientation & Student Success. In her time at the College, she has played a role in launching the Bruin Dreams scholarship program, maintaining the Undocumented Student Ally Training, upholding the charge of the Undocumented Student Resource Committee, and managing SLCC’s Dream Center, the second in the state of Utah, now as the inaugural coordinator.

Carlos Mejia Ramirez

Dream Center Intern

801-957-2129 | carlos.mejiaramirez@slcc.edu | | West Valley Center, Room 130

Pronouns: El/He/Him

Born in Michoacan, Mexico, Carlos is the son of two immigrant parents. As a student here at SLCC, he has been able to complete an Associates in Psychology and plans to complete other Associates in Business. After that, he plans to transfer to UVU to complete his bachelor's in Digital Marketing. His dream goal is to be able to move to California to work for Apple in their marketing division. As a first-generation student, Carlos hopes to help students where he struggled the most and hopes to inspire other students that going past the moon is achievable.

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Sinthia Rosado Veronica

Dream Center Intern

801-957-2129 | sinthia.rosadoveronica@slcc.edu | West Valley Center, Room 130

Pronouns: Ella/She/Hers

Sinthia is the daughter of two Mexican immigrant parents. As a DACA recipient herself, Sinthia is proud to serve the undocumented community at SLCC. She has been with the SLCC Dream Center since September of 2019. She is currently pursuing an Associate of Applied Science in Nursing and an Associate of Science in Sociology. Sinthia is excited to graduate in the Spring of 2021 and will be transferring to the University of Utah to complete a Bachelor’s in Nursing. She plans to continue serving the undocumented community in any way she can. Sinthia loves to spend time with her two fur babies, Oso and Lucky.