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Stories of Impact
Michael Pham '17
"When I found out about the TAAP scholarship, I broke down in tears. It has given me the independence to explore different opportunities at Cal."
Tietta Mitchell ’20
Tietta Mitchell has always dreamed big. “I have this drive, this dedication to do more than what was expected of me,” she says.
Jarvis Givens ’10, M.A. ’12, Ph.D. ’16
TAAP's offered a collaborative environment that proved key to Jarvis Givens' success. “TAAP offered a space where you could be who you were as a person, not just a student.”
Anh Phuong Tran ’06
Every CAA Alumni Scholar has a story—and for Anh Phuong Tran, that story brought her full circle.
Xavier Serrato '04: One of TAAP’s “Founding 15”
Xavier Serrato was one of the original 15 TAAP scholars. Now, he pays it forward in the community.
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News & Updates
Making Dreams Achievable
As a first-generation student, Art Wong ’63 found his footing at Cal and beyond. Now, he supports other students so that they can do the same.
New Alumni Mentorship Program Increases Support for Underserved Students at UC Berkeley
First-generation, low-income, underrepresented, and underserved* UC Berkeley undergraduate students will be given an opportunity to build social capital by being paired with alumni who share similar identities.