HEMI Welcomes its Newest Mentors!
Jade Martinez started her educational journey at the University of Notre Dame where she obtained her Bachelor’s of Arts in Education. Jade was a first generation college student from Florida. During college, she has served as a big sister to members of the Balfour Hesburgh Scholar’s Program at the University of Notre Dame. She currently is employed at Xavier University where she is a Communication Specialist. She is interested in becoming a mentor because she “wants to make a difference for students the same way people made a difference for me when I was in high school.”
Jalen Johnson started his educational journey at the University of Kentucky where he obtained his Bachelor’s of Science in Family Science. He is currently employed at Ultimus Fund Solutions as an Associate Fund Administrator. Jalen is also currently working as a Group Facilitator for Fernside, an organization that helps grieving kids that have lost a parent. He is interested in being a mentor because he believes “it’s important to prepare kids for the future while encouraging them.”
Help HEMI Recruit New Mentors
Individuals who are interested in volunteering to support HEMI should complete our interest form: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/supportHEMI.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact our Community Engagement Specialist, Denise Hewitt, at email@example.com J
Save the Date: Mentor Retreat
Thursday, November 7, 2019
6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
This fall, our HEMI Mentors are exclusively invited to
a special retreat focused on resetting & recharging for 2020.