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By Lory Hough 04/06/2021 4:24 PM EDT
Claudia Espinosa with students in Harlem
Mentoring Latinas in New York City schools.
By Andrew Bauld 10/10/2018 9:29 AM EDT
Dilara Sayeed
A new model for professional learning — Ed.L.D. alum launches online platform to foster peer learning, with an eye toward creating greater impact.
By Matt Weber 04/12/2018 10:59 AM EDT
C.J. Anderson
C.J. Anderson of the Denver Broncos reflects on his community activism and shares tips for other nonprofit leaders.
By Andrew Bauld 03/15/2018 12:37 PM EDT
Elaine Townsend
An innovative program, co-directed by Elaine Townsend Utin, Ed.M.’16, seeks to create new pathways to college — and beyond — for Latinx high school students in North Carolina.
By Sagra Alvarado 02/20/2018 9:35 AM EST
David Hemery
When David Hemery arrived at HGSE in 1971, his focus was clear: By the following summer, he would earn his master's degree and a spot at the summer Olympic Games.
By Bobby Dorigo Jones 12/06/2016 11:26 AM EST
The Ultimate Assist
Supporting a community's youth through sport.
By Mary Tamer 12/22/2014 10:37 AM EST
COACHE gears
At any stage in the academic ladder, mentorship not only matters; it makes a difference.
By Iman Rastegari 11/19/2014 4:16 PM EST
Mentoring institute
By Marin Jorgensen 01/26/2010 7:41 AM EST
Christine Renaud
Alum Christine Renaud's learning continues as CEO and cofounder of E-180, a website, blog, and soon-to-be mentoring portal, where anyone seeking to expand their learning without formality can be matched with a mentor on any topic for free.
By Marin Jorgensen 01/26/2010 7:41 AM EST
Christine Renaud
Alum Christine Renaud's learning continues as CEO and cofounder of E-180, a website, blog, and soon-to-be mentoring portal, where anyone seeking to expand their learning without formality can be matched with a mentor on any topic for free.

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