Eduardo Mollinedo-Pinon is currently a junior studying comparative literature. He has been involved in the USC Thornton Outreach Program, McNair Scholars Program and the Norman Topping Governing Board. In addition he recently completed a Los Angeles County Arts Commission sponsored internship at The Music Center Education Division. Among his many accolades include being a recipient of a Rotary Club LA 5 Scholarship, USC Latino Alumni Association Scholar, HSBC Research Fellow, performing at the Hollywood Bowl and Walt Disney Concert Hall, and was an invited guest speaker at the 2012 USC Good Neighbors Campaign Kickoff Event. He joined CET in order provide undergraduates resources to integrate arts into their schoolwork and hopes to focus on education issues that are relevant to first generation college students. He believes education can have the most impact when there is collaboration between professors and students. He hopes to pursue a Ph.D in comparative literature.