Marco Fonseca Rodriguez

Fonseca Rodriguez
Job Title: 
Academic Coordinator
Phone Number: 
Tegucigalpa, Honduras

Educational Background

  • Broughton High School- Raleigh, NC
  • B.A. in International and Comparative Politics and French Foreign Language (ASU)
  • M.A. in Political Science - in progress

What clubs, sports or experiences were you involved in in college?

I formed part of ASU's Men's Club Soccer, I was the president of International Friendship Association (IFA, a club to help international students adapt to our culture) , I was a Diversity Scholar, I worked as a Resident Assistant (RA) at the Learning Living Center (LLC), I was the Head Lab Manager at ASU's Tutoring Center and worked as a Spanish Tutor, I worked as a Study Hall Leader with Student Athletes for the Learning Assistance Program (LAP) and I worked for Gear Up and Upward Bound as a summer leader.

Why should students in the Appalachian region consider going to college?

Students in the Appalachian region should consider going to college to experience unique and fascinating opportunities that come once in a lifetime. They will get the chance to meet people from everywhere, outside the state and the country, that will help them expand their horizons and learn about different cultures so that they can become well rounded individuals. Most importantly, I would tell them to go to college to receive an education and to explore different fields they are interested in and passionate about that in the long run will prepare them to be successful professionals in this world.

What is one piece of advice you might be able to offer a middle or high school student?

My advice: Every sacrifice has its reward.

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