Trenton Beeh is a University Innovation Fellow and he is going to Colorado State University, pursuing a Landscape Architecture Degree. Trenton is originally from Ventura, California, where he was born and raised on the Coast. It was when Trenton became a college student immediately after high school when he moved to Fort Collins, Colorado for his education. Trenton began his college career as an undeclared student, but with his involvement in the Key Communities Program and beginning to take architecture classes, he quickly found what major suited him best. After a couple years pursing his major and his campus, Trenton was nominated by one of his architecture professors to join the University Innovation Fellows.
At Colorado State University, Trenton is involved with the landscape architecture club, SCASLA, having been a member for 2 years and now serving as Vice President. In addition, he is working at one of the campus dinning centers. During his summers, Trenton has had internships at contracting companies and landscape architecture firms in California.
Since Trenton was just a kid, he has always had an interest in designing and creating things. Growing up, Trenton was raised to have a well-rounded life style, learning the piano and guitar/bass guitar, playing many different sports (Football, Baseball, Soccer, Track, and Golf), being apart of cotillion when he was in middle school and high school, taking “Indian Education” classes from kindergarten to his senior year in high school, going to a few different youth groups for his church, and much more. Trenton has been awarded the Native American Legacy award at Colorado State University for each year of his college education, he has received the Science Post Graduate Scholarship from the American Indian Graduate Center during his sophomore year of college, and he has received the L.B. Waters Scholarship from Colorado State University for his junior year in college. Trenton is passionate and motivated to be successful in his college degree, extracurricular activities, and his overall pursuit of happiness. On his campus, Trenton hopes to help lower classmen students build a solid foundation to find and get a degree, as well as to knowing what to do after they have graduated.