Luis Mendoza is a second-year student studying Government and Chicane/Latine Studies with a Human Rights minor at Claremont McKenna College (CMC). Luis is from North Carolina and decided to move to Sunny Southern California to experience a liberal arts education. After undergrad, he plans to pursue law school to explore contract law for technology and human rights law, especially immigration. After dedicating most of his career life to ensuring the legal system is inclusive to all communities, he hopes to retire and move to Mexico and teach critical race theory. Luis is excited about the summer because of the possibility of joining programs abroad that work to educate and mentor younger generations through politics or philosophy. He also sees himself working with legislators to research feasible and equitable solutions to the ongoing violations of asylum seekers from Latin America rights. On campus, Luis is a part of Claremont McKenna’s Model UN team, Vice-President of his CMC QuestBridge Chapter, Co-President of the immigration and refugee task force, CARE Fellow, and a First-Generation Mentor.