Josue is a third-year general civil engineering student and is serving as this year’s Steel Bridge Project Manager. This will be his second year as an officer, previously serving as Student Representative. His first year he was part of the Steel Bridge construction team and competed in the 2018-2019 Pacific Southwest Conference (PSWC) at San Luis Obispo. Currently, he is a civil engineering intern working in Land Development at CASC Engineering and Consulting. His interests include pursuing a career in structural engineering or as a designer in land development, eventually hoping to become a Project Manager. In his free time, Josue enjoys exercising, hikes, going to the beach, spending time with friends/family/pets, and staying in to watch Netflix. He is also very passionate and hopes to inspire others to pursue their dreams.
"In my activity as a professional engineer, as a teacher, and as a scientist, I am committed to enhancing structures performance through multidisciplinary investigation and development of new technologies. I am open to new collaboration opportunities, aimed at promoting innovation in structural engineering practices."
Jacqueline is a second-year transfer, bachelors in general civil engineering. She was part of the construction team for Steel Bridge 2019-2020 as well as part of the Maximizing Engineering Potential program from 2019 til present. She recently finished the Kimley-Horn Summer 2020 Virtual Internship while previously working in the Surveying Department of the Riverside County Department. Her dream career is to be the brains behind an intricate structure. In her free time she likes to go mountain biking or out to eat. Jacqueline is passionate about being the best person she could be and is continuously growing by placing herself out of her comfort zone.
Delaney is a fifth-year general civil engineering student. She has been on the Steel Bridge team the last four years as a member, Fabrication Captain, Project Manager, Connections Specialist, and now as a Design Captain. She is currently an intern for AECOM, working with their transportation team. She loves going on random adventures, food, being outside, and being creative. Delaney is passionate about pushing herself and others to grow, to reach their goals as a team.
Aaron is a junior majoring in mechanical engineering and this is his first year in Steel Bridge as a Connection Specialist. Previously, he was the president for the SkillsUSA Urban Search and Rescue competition where his team was tasked with designing and controlling a robot to remotely remove an explosive from a simulated urban household. He competed nationally and even set a time record too. He has been fortunate enough to work at Garner Holt Productions, a world leader in producing animations and many other entertainment products to companies such as The Walt Disney Company, Universal Studios, Knott's Berry Farm and many other large and local entertainment icons. He has always thought it would be very enjoyable to work for an entertainment company since he loves putting a smile on people's faces. In Aaron’s free time, he has a blast building and racing drones at a local sports complex and has been learning how to longboard so he can cruise around the city at night.
Emelisa is a third year majoring in general civil engineering. She was part of the construction team in Steel Bridge last year and this year took the role of quality control. Her dream career is not yet set but hopes to learn more into a career with structural or transportation aspects. During her free time, she likes to paint, spend time with family, watch YouTube videos, continue learning a different language other than English, and working out. Emelisa is very passionate in setting a good example for her siblings and learning new things along the way.
Gabriel is a third year civil engineering student and is serving as this year's Steel Bridge Safety Captain. This will be his first year as an officer, he also holds the Internal Chair position on the Hermanos Unidos Executive board. Last year he was a Project Management Intern in the Special Projects group at CSI Electrical Contractors. Being part of the Special Projects group meant that he was able to work on the company's big projects, and that summer he was able to work on the new Rams stadium in Inglewood. He hopes to pursue a career in structural engineering and eventually become Project Manager one day. In his free time he likes to watch Netflix, cook, or relax with some video games. He is very passionate about his friends and any clubs he is involved in.
Mark is a fourth-year general civil engineering student serving as one of the Fabrication Captains this year for Steel Bridge. This will be his second year as a member of the club and his first year as an officer. Currently, he is working as a geotechnical engineering intern at Fenagh Engineering and Testing. After graduation, he plans to pursue a career in Transportation Engineering. Some of Mark's hobbies and interests include basketball, swimming, hiking, and video games.
Priscilla is a third-year civil engineering major and is currently serving as one of Steel Bridges Fabrication Captains. This will be her second year in Steel Bridge, she was previously a member of their construction team trained to compete at the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) Student Steel Bridge Competition. As of right now, Priscilla is an Engineering Intern at Cordoba Corporation for their transportation sector and is still exploring different disciplines for her future career. During her free time she enjoys going to Disneyland, making Spotify playlists, and spending time with her family and friends
Diego is a third-year majoring in general civil engineering. He has always had an interest in the construction team for Steel Bridge and was committed to it during his second year. He is now one of this year's construction captains and is ready to prepare the next generation of members. Diego’s dream career is to become a great engineer who works to improve the world's community. He enjoys playing soccer and sometimes running.
Daniel is a third-year general civil engineering student and is serving as one of this year's construction captains. During his second year, he was part of the construction team set to compete at AISC's Student Steel Bridge Competition. Currently, he is a student intern working at the Riverside County Transportation Department. He plans to pursue a career within civil engineering as a project manager. In his free time, he enjoys playing the piano, playing the flute, and working out. He has a passion for learning music and hopes to inspire others to follow their passions.
Allison is a fifth-year civil engineering major, environmental option. In Steel Bridge, she has been a member, Publicity Chair, Safety Captain, and currently the Scheduler. She is also the Secretary in the environmental engineering club, CWEA-AWWA. She currently has an internship with The Griffith Company, a construction engineering firm in California. Her dream career is to become a Project Manager. In her free time, she enjoys playing guitar, going on hikes, and spending time with friends. Allison is very passionate about learning new things within the different facets of civil engineering.
Emely Ruiz-Carrillo is a third-year mechanical engineering student and is serving as this year's Steel Bridge Logistics Captain. This will be her first year as an officer for Steel Bridge. Recently she has interned for Bimbo Bakeries USA as a Change Architect, and until recent developments, she was going to intern at Boston Scientific as a research and development intern. Her goal is to pursue a career in biomedical engineering and eventually be a lead engineer in one newest medical device. In her free time, Emely enjoys arts and crafts, such as wood-burning, painting, and traditional drawing. She is also passionate about mentorship and outreach to help students K-12 gain exposure to what STEM is college is like. Feel free to connect with her on LinkedIn.
Tristan Ramirez is a third-year majoring in electrical engineering, emphasizing in communication. He is currently the Treasurer for both Steel Bridge and Hermanos Unidos at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. This Summer he was fortunate enough to intern remotely for a second year in a row as a College Systems Engineer at Northrop Grumman and hopes to return for another year! His dream career is to pursue Systems Engineering because he wants to be able to design, integrate, and manage complex systems for any program. He spends his free time working out, going to concerts, being with his family/friends/colleagues, and tutoring his younger siblings so they can succeed in life and school. He is passionate about sports, whether it is watching or playing it. His favorite music is mainly rap and the overall history of where it came from. Don't hesitate if you want to connect with him on LinkedIN, he is a friendly person!
Cesar is a third-year general civil engineering student and is serving as this year’s Steel Bridge Publicity Chair. Previously, he had been involved with Steel Bridge as a construction team member, as well as an extra hand in the welding lab. He has also previously worked at RKA, a municipal engineering company in Walnut, learning much about transportation and being in the field of civil engineering. He dreams of becoming an important structural contributor to a multi-million dollar construction corporation. A young and prestigious engineer, leading designers in utopian bridge projects and high speed rail projects. In his free time, he likes to play piano, run, spend time with family, and friends. Cesar is most passionate about learning, and helping others to never give up, because the feeling of accomplishment is incredible.
Maryn is a third-year general civil engineering student and is serving as this year’s Fundraising Chair. In years prior, she held the positions of First-Year Representative and Alumni Relations Chair on the CPP ASCE board. She is a previous officer of California Water Environment Association-American Water Works Association (CWEA-AWWA), a recently initiated member of the Chi Epsilon Honor Society, and the 2020-2021 Vice President, External for Cal Poly Pomona ASCE. Maryn is currently an Engineering Intern at City of San Dimas. Last summer, she’d also participated in Kimley-Horn’s virtual internship program as a Land Development Intern. When Maryn is not working or sleeping, she enjoys listening to podcasts, going on road trips, and hiking.
Matthew is a fourth-year general civil engineering major and is serving as this year's Steel Bridge Secretary. This is his second year in Steel Bridge, first year as an officer. He is interested in pursuing a career in structural engineering and getting his SE license. In his free time he enjoys exercising, reading, learning, and making jokes. He is passionate about excelling in the field of engineering and becoming an effective communicator.
Alyssa is a third-year civil engineering student serving as this year’s Aesthetics Captain. This will be her first year as an officer in Cal Poly Pomona Steel Bridge. She looks forward to being a part of a team while enhancing her technical and soft skills. Alyssa is currently an engineering intern at El Dorado National-CA and is still exploring the numerous fields within civil engineering for her future career. During her free time, she enjoys reading and playing volleyball.
Esteban is currently a fourth-year general civil engineering student. Last year he was involved in Steel Bridge as well. His interests lie in structural engineering, however he continues to keep his options open. He likes to spend time with friends, doing all kinds of things like hiking, biking, soccer, or just relaxing at the beach. Esteban’s passions are currently tied to doing the best at school so that he can have a brighter future.