Ernst & Young Launches Mentoring Program at Hope - 1 of 24 schools participaing  across the U.S.


Hope students have gained an important  edge this year.  Global financial giant Ernst & Young LLP (EY US)  has launched its signature College MAP (Mentoring for Access & Persistence) program at Hope for the 2013-2014 school year. Now in 24 schools across the United States, the program uses a unique model of long-term, team-based mentoring that begins in high school and extends through college

During interactive monthly workshops, EY US mentors and students explore topics that develop students' awareness of the lifelong benefits of higher education. Mentors also work with students on financial readiness, including help with financial aid applications, as well as reinforcing persistence skills to help students complete a degree

The entire Hope High School community extends its gratitude to Ernst & Young for  offering its students this extraordinary opportunity.

 

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