November 30, 2016 STU

Today: Looking for a Professional Mentor Outside of JCU

The Center for Student Diversity and Inclusion will be hosting an information session for Esperanza’s College Mentorship Program. Esperanza has a goal to recruit 100 college students and pair them with a young professional mentors in the Greater Cleveland Area. Mentors can be instrumental as professional references and bridges to internships, career paths, and educational opportunities.

An information session will take place:
Date: Wednesday, November 30, 2016
Time: 6 p.m.
Location: Center for Student Diversity and Inclusion (above the University Bookstore)

Esperanza, Inc. takes a leadership role in advocating on behalf of Hispanics and developing and assisting in the implementation of educational policy statements. By establishing linkages between community leaders, organizations, and educational institutions, Esperanza, Inc. represents a model for overcoming educational barriers and ensuring quality education through community action. To learn more about Esperanza, Inc. visit:

To learn more about the College Mentorship Program and to sign up, visit:

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