Mr. Gonzalez

Irving Vidal and Jose Arriaga

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Mr. Gonzales began his career as a teacher when he worked as a tutor in AVID.

“Last year, when I lived in Austin at an event it was what inspired me,” Mr Gonzales said. Mr. Gonzales first started as a math tutor, and from there he continued his dream. 

“Education was important to me because studying government and psychology,” Mr. Gonzales said.

Mr. Gonzalez intelligence expands even more, apart from teaching geography, he teaches psychology as well.

“I had a student who did not go to my class, but I managed to make him an excellent student in my class, that is something that I am very proud of,” Mr. Gonzalez said.

Mr. Gonzalez’s greatest personal achievement in life and what he is most proud of is when he graduated with a master’s degree and got a job at Bowie, “My biggest obstacle was to get from Juarez to El Paso and learn English,” Mr. Gonzalez said.

One thing that Mr. Gonzalez had in advantage is good unconditional support from his parents in order to move forward and pursue his goal, My parents helped me a lot, because they always believed in me and what I was capable of. I always did and always will support them,” Gonzalez said.

“In the future, I say in five years I will be a superior teacher.” Mr. Gonzales said.

“My best advise it to create a good relationship with students and teachers,” Gonzalez said.

“I never thought of giving up because that’s what I like, and you should always follow what you desire,” Gonzalez said.

Gonzalez said that what he needed the most was money, to continue studying at the university he was.

“My future plans are to keep studying what I like best no matter what others say,” Gonzalez said.