Meet Enrollment Coach, Miriam Chavez
Miriam Chavez joins UC Davis Continuing and Professional Education’s Enrollment Services team as the coach for CPE’s Data Analytics, Front End Development, Python and Pre-College programs. With a master’s degree in education from CSU Fresno, Miriam has a wealth of knowledge in coaching and student success. She has worked with all age groups helping students achieve their goals and navigate their education, most recently at UC Merced where she directly supported students for the past five years.
I’m looking forward to engaging with students and providing them with the support to fulfill their dreams, whether it’s for a career change, career development or a special interest they are hoping to pursue.
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What support can you offer students?
One of the main things I can do is to make sure they have all the information they need to make decisions regarding their education and help them find the programs that would be the best fit for their lives, career goals and expectations. I often see students struggle to identify how a program might fit into their lifestyle. Talking through some of the issues and barriers can help them see what options meet their needs, whether it’s time, finances or mode.
Contact Miriam Today
Schedule a no-cost appointment with Miriam to discuss your options for continuing education, career advancement or developing news skills.
What do you enjoy most about coaching students?
I enjoy being able to learn about their goals and interests and being able to provide them with the appropriate information to pursue those goals. I love hearing from students about what they most enjoyed and how their achievement will continue to positively impact their future endeavors.
Why someone should reach out to an enrollment coach?
If you’re seeking answers to specific questions, reach out. As an enrollment coach, I’m here to talk to through the decision-making process. I understand it is a big commitment, and ideally, can help identify the best program fit for students before they commit to something.