Joshua Villanueva is the President of ASG. He is responsible for directing the ASG and overlooks the internal and external activities on our student government.

His hometown is Paso Robles, California and is pursuing a degree is in Electrical Engineering. Having been on the ASG for three years, he is the oldest standing member on ASG and has served as the Commissioner of Clubs and Vice President of Internal Affairs in the past. 

Over his years on the ASG he has worked on bills such as AB 1995 to help open access shower facilities at SBCC for homeless students. Included below are some past projects.

You can contact Josh at jtvillanueva@pipeline.sbcc.edu

 

JOSHUA'S PROJECTS


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Music Event

With the help from his committee Joshua has been able to work on throwing music events for SBCC Students. The goal of the committee is to create a closer prideful community at Santa Barbara City College.


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AB 1995: Shower Facilities for Homeless Students

In the 2014-15 school year Joshua Villanueva collaborated with Nicholas Steil to propose the idea of drafting a bill to California State Assemblymember Das Williams. With Nicholas leading the project and the support of the Student Senate for California Community Colleges the bill was passed into law and now allows college students to have access to showers giving homeless students a better opportunity at higher education.In order to offer resources and spread awareness of the effects of sexual assault, the Joshua Villanueva helped to put on a documentary called Audrie and Daisy. He continues to advocate on behalf sexual assault victims by supporting events such as Denim Day.

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Audrie & Daisy Documentary Showing

In order to offer resources and spread awareness of the effects of sexual assault, the Joshua Villanueva helped to put on a documentary called Audrie and Daisy. He continues to advocate on behalf sexual assault victims by supporting events such as Denim Day.

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The Homestretch Documentary Showing

In order to exploit the realities that homeless students have to go through, Joshua Villanueva has coordinated a showing of a documentary called the homestretch. In 2016 Joshua surveyed the students at SBCC and found that %9 of students that filled out the survey were or had been homeless at one point.

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Breaking down the barriers of systemic sexism

Joshua Villanueva has worked on many projects to help break down the barriers of systemic sexism. Related projects include a collaboration of STEM related demo's that he has helped put on for young women at Girls Inc. in Santa Barbara.