Dylan Rivera, a 2020 graduate of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, is the director of policy planning and implementation for the city of Chattanooga. His work directly influences Chattanooga’s minority neighborhoods by bridging the disparities in generational health, safety and prosperity.
From the pages of University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Magazine: Katherine Crutchfield’s first-person account of being the first person in her family to receive a college degree.
This spring, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga’s five TRIO programs are working together to support local schools in the community. TRIO programs are federal outreach and systems designed to identify and provide services for students from disadvantaged backgrounds. The programs are targeted to serve and assist low-income and first-generation college students and those with…
Advice, assistance or just a friendly ear.
UTC hosts its first-ever breakfast for first-generation college graduates who are mentoring first-generation UTC students.
Ana Rodas is a junior nursing major from Nashville and a first-generation college student, first-generation American and first-generation high school graduate, the daughter of immigrants.