Eve and Joaquin

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Eve Allums and Joaquin Stewart-Soriano

Hi, we’re San Jose State students Eve Allums and Joaquin Stewart-Soriano. We invite you to watch this short video to see how you can help hard-working students like Eve impact the world.

Please give to your college today.  

Did you enjoy the video about Eve and her aspirations? When she graduates in December, she won’t seek the career in public safety she originally felt was so right for her. Instead, Eve will further her political science education in international law so she can make a difference in the world. Even though he’s not graduating until May, Joaquin Joaquin is already working at Nimble Collective, Inc. as a content marketing designer. He’s using the skills he learned in SJSU’s amazing illustration/animation program.

We want to thank you for all you’ve done for SJSU students. We also want to paint a picture for you of what you will continue to do when you give to your college. You are holding a student’s future in your hands. You are planting a seed that helps prepare us to make a difference in our world.

As you’ll remember from your years here, that’s exactly what San Jose State students want to do: We work hard in our majors so we will be well-prepared to make the world a better place.

It all starts with the excellent academic education and practical experience we’re privileged to get here at SJSU. Thank you so much for your crucial role in this! Joaquin is thrilled to be working in an exciting job in his chosen field, thanks to the long, hard hours he spent in what is one of the premier animation/illustration programs in the nation. Go to believeinyourbeyond.com to enjoy the incredible, award-winning film Blue and Beyond that Joaquin and more than 100 of his classmates created!

Your gifts help your college provide us with enriching programs and services that help us succeed in our academics. You help us grow into our potential to make a real difference in our local and global communities.

Thank you!

Eve Allums, ’17 Political Science and Human Rights

Joaquin Stewart-Soriano, ’17 Animation/Illustration