Ricardo Flores

Prior to attending the LDT Program at SUSE I worked at Cañada College in Redwood City California. I started there as Division Assistant for Academic Support Services. During my last year at Cañada I worked as an instructional aide in the Learning Center half of my time, and the other half I was funded by the Disabled Student Programs & Services (DSPS) office as the Alternate Media Technician. My undergraduate studies led me from the community college system (CSM, Skyline, & Cañada) where I studied Technical Art & Graphics, and later Multimedia to transfer to CSU East Bay where I completed my B.A. in Liberal Arts with a special minor in Online Teaching & Learning. My previous work experience includes hospitality management, and graphic design and production as well as digital imaging freelance projects.


Service while at Stanford

  • Cardinal Scholars Program -- Mentor for undergraduate Chicano/a students
  • Digital Storytelling in Camalú -- Graduate Student/Volunteer (several functions)
  • East Palo Alto Academy -- Volunteer tutor of elementary school math and reading
  • K-12 Lab at Maker's Faire 2010 -- Volunteer
  • Internships: