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G-Force is a registered student organization at UNT with defined roles established by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board as part of the College for Texans Campaign. UNT G-Force Mentors develop and supervise Go Centers in 12 different high schools around the North Texas Region. Various teams of these mentors make weekly visits to the high schools and provide college enrollment guidance and support, academic tutoring, and mentoring. They make classroom and assembly presentations, attend parent meetings and workshops, and work one-on-one with 9th-12th grade students. The students are taught how to enroll in the college or university of their choice, apply for scholarships, financial aid, and housing. Therefore, G-Force Mentors are creating a college bound culture through their efforts in post-secondary education.

How to Join G-Force


All Mentors of UNT G-Force must have openings in their class schedules to accommodate Go Center visits. G-Force applicants must have room in their schedule to work two (2) 4-hour sessions during weekdays between 8:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. Selected members are required to attend monthly training sessions throughout the semester. Mentors also must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.5 and all majors are welcome. Mentors are selected based on their scholastic achievement, leadership experience, and eligibility for financial aid. 


We are not accepting applications at this time.

The application process begins on the UNT Eagle Network. Submit the on-line application and a resume for the G-Force Tutor position. Next, complete our G-Force Application available in our office along with an essay and two reference letters. We will contact you to arrange an interview. 


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Pedro Calles


Major: Biology Former military, served in the United States Navy for four years as a Hospital Corpsman.
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Andrietta Jackson

Membership Coordinator

Major: Political Science From Keller, Texas and graduated from Central High School Likes and well versed in Sign Language

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Arturo Hernandez

Vice President

Major: Drawing and Painting; Minor: Spanish From Mexico, grew up in Dallas and graduated from Conrad High School Likes to play sports, guitar, and draw

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Kimberly Rosales


Major: Applied Behavior Analysis; Minor: Spanish and Alternative Dispute Resolution From Denton, Texas and graduated from John H. Guyer High School Loves to sing and dance

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Ana Vasquez


Major: Bilingual Education From Guanajuato, Mexico, grew up in Dallas and graduated from Thomas Jefferson High School Likes to read and dance.

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Eluterio Vargas

Data Manager

Major: Logistics and Supply Chain Management; Minor: Spanish From Marshall, Texas, grew up in Ore City, Texas and graduated from Marshall High School Loves the outdoors



Margaret Peguero

Associate Director/G-Force Advisor:(940) 369-8290 Eagle Student Services Center 136