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Diego Moreno

Diego Moreno, a passionate student at Irvine Valley College (IVC), is on a  journey fueled by his love for history. After graduating from Northwood High  School, Diego's academic path has been guided by his unwavering  enthusiasm for the subject, which he cultivated during high school. 

As a history major at IVC, Diego delved deep into his studies, driven by his innate curiosity and passion for the subject matter. His commitment to academia led him to excel in his classes, earning him recognition and respect among his peers and professors. 

Diego's aspirations extend beyond the classroom as he sets his sights on  transferring to California State University, Fullerton to pursue a bachelor's degree in history. With a steadfast determination to make a difference in the field of education, Diego plans to enroll in the Fullerton Teaching Credential  Program in secondary education, aspiring to teach history at the high school level.

During his time at IVC, Diego actively participated in Model United Nations (MUN), where his dedication and talent earned him a prestigious position paper award at the National MUN DC conference. Additionally, he was  involved in various campus activities, including the Associated Students of Irvine Valley College (ASIVC) and Dance. 

Diego's advice to fellow students echoes his own transformative experience: "Explore the various classes offered here at IVC, because  you'll never know what you can find." 

From taking dance for credit to becoming part of the dance show after just  one semester, Diego's journey exemplifies the limitless possibilities that  await those who embrace curiosity and seize every opportunity for growth.