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Jorge Rodriguez – Reporter
Jorge A. Rodriguez is 30 years old, and was born in Los Reyes de Salgado Michoacán, Mexico. When he was 10 years old his family migrated to the United States, and settled in the small community of Cantua Creek in the west side of Fresno County. There he attended Cantua Creek elementary for about 3 years until his family moved to the town of San Joaquin. In San Joaquin he attended San Joaquin Middle School for six months, and then he started high school in the town of Tranquillity. He would ride the bus every morning from San Joaquin to Tranquillity in order to attend high school. As a sophomore at Tranquillity High, Jorge took a media journalism class that sparked his interest for journalism and mass communication. Six months before he graduated from high school, Jorge’s family moved from San Joaquin to the small community of Helm. After high school Jorge decided to join the United States Army, where he was an Artillery Cannon Crew Member, and was station for four years in Fort Hood, Texas. Jorge was enlisted in active duty for four and a half years, and during that time he was deployed twice to Iraq for Operation Iraqi Freedom. After his enlistment was up Jorge moved back with his family, and begun working as a tractor driver for an almonds farm. In the fall of 2014, Jorge decided to get back into school so he registered for the 2015 spring semester at the Madera Center with a plan to major in journalism and mass communication.

Jorge Rodriguez, Reporter

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