A member of the Pitzer community since 2006, Dr. Pantoja is a professor in the Political Studies and Chicano/a Studies field groups. In a candid interview, Dr. Pantoja discusses the benefits of a liberal arts environment, the unique Pitzer community, and lessons learned surfing around the world!
We all know that resumes are important, and should be edited with care. But when was the last time you had your resume reviewed over lemonade and cookies in a turn-of-the-century house built for a California citrus grower?
At Pitzer, it happens all the time! Just ask Career Services.
When asked about his favorite memory as head coach of the Pitzer-Pomona men’s soccer program, Bill Swartz, a 26-year member of the Sagehen community, offers a quick smile and an easy answer.
“1990 was our first Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) championship,” remembers Swartz. “My first recruiting class won the championship game against Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (CMS). Don Wolcott scored a turn-around, top of the key goal in overtime.”
During her Pitzer tenure, Noemi Larrondo ’14, a Political Studies and Chicano/a Studies major, has spent the majority of her time volunteering at various organizations and getting involved with the Latino Student Union. She’s also an avid dancer and volleyball player. Now a senior, Noemi reflects on her Pitzer experience and offers sage advice for prospective students and their families!