Last updated 07/28/2022
Kevin Gomez is a current sophomore studying Public Policy, minoring in both Social Work and Juvenile Justice; and Law and Migration Studies. His dedication to community service was amplified by his active role in the Boyle Heights Youth Festival. Last summer, he was selected as an intern for the Los Angeles City Attorney’s office, working under the City Deputy Attorney in the Administrative Citation Enforcement Unit. The internship excited him as it provided a great opportunity and experience for his desire to work in public policy and public service. In school, Kevin is part of the USC Trojan Marching Band, where he plays in the Drumline and has traveled to cities like Chicago for football games. He is also part of the First-Generation Student Leaders Program, an organization designed to support first-generation students on campus and guide them through their academic journey. In the program, Kevin serves as the Mentorship Lead where he is responsible for managing the First-Generation Mentorship Program. He is currently applying to be an intern for Congressmen Jimmy Gomez and County Board of Supervisor Hilda Solis. He hopes to work on social issues like immigration and social welfare.