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Poly Reps

University Ambassadors

Terrance Harris Mentorship Awards

Beginning in 2017, the Terrance Harris Excellence in Mentorship Awards recognizes Cal Poly staff, faculty and friends that have made an impact on a current Poly Rep. As an advisor of the group, Terrance Harris provided mentorship and leadership for a decade of Poly Reps, and as a former member, he exemplifies the spirit of what being a Poly Rep truly encompasses.

2020 Honorees:

Elizabeth Barrett - nominated by Kayja Mann and Kiki Welty

Aaron Borgeson - nominated by Jenna Riegel

Clint Bryson - nominated by Anna Bubier

Christy McNeil Chand - nominated by Isabel Rangel

Paul Choboter - nominated by Joey Johnson

Sharon Dobson - nominated by Zelie Zschornack

Rev. Joel Drenckpohl - nominated by Brannon Smudz

Derik Frantz - nominated by Jacqueline Volluci

Ryan Jenkins - nominated by J. Dowds

Lisa Kawamura - nominated by Bree Zedar

Dave Kocsis - nomiated by Lisa Huetter

John Lawson - nominated by Sophia Looney

Kevin Lin - nominated by Luke Haley

Silvia Marijuan -  - nominated by Camryn Choye

Leslie Nelson -  - nominated by Sophia Baye and Karlie McGillis

Jennifer Prentice - nominated by Daryn Berger

Reza Pouraghabagher  - nominated by Jasmine Henry

Nishi Rajakaruna  - nominated by Laura Maranta

Mark Roberts - nominated by Lydia Dasari

Sean Ryan  - nominated by Gracie Condon

John Seng  - nominated by Zahnae Aquino

Mallory Stoffel  - nominated by Ileana Terrazas

John Tiedemann  - nominated by Lauren Loef

Umut Toker  - nominated by Grace Lauer

Taryn Stanko  - nominated by Jacob Torrey

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Important Dates

  • Becoming a Poly Reps

October 18, 2022: Applications released
November 7, 2022 (11:59 PM): Applications Due
Jan - Feb: In-Person interviews


Poly Reps Quote

"Abe Lincoln once said 'Make sure your feet are in the right place, then stand firm.' Good advice Mr. Lincoln but it is way more challenging to walk backwards"   — Joey Halabrin, (Political Science '18, Poly Reps)