Career Day with Johns Hopkins University Alumni Association
For the second year in a row, alumni of Johns Hopkins University are sharing their time and experience to mentor teens and young adults living in at-risk neighborhoods of Los Angeles. This Career Day, staged in concert with the Para Los Niños Youth Workforce Services program, is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 27, in the auditorium of the Para Los Niños-Evelyn Thurman Gratts Primary Center at 474 Hartford Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90017 in downtown Los Angeles. It will run from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The covered parking garage will be free that day and is located on the NW corner of Lucas Ave. and 5th St.
The President's Day of Service is a major university-wide event named after JHU President Ron Daniels. Eight hundred students, teachers, and staff members of Johns Hopkins will participate in volunteer activities in and surrounding Baltimore, where JHU is located.
At the Career Day, local JHU alumni will be paired with teens and young adults for thirty-minute, one-on-one sessions. They will share their insights on educational and professional opportunities in various disciplines, including medicine, health care, law, finance, journalism, research, technology and entertainment.
Alumni wishing to participate as mentors can register here (http://svy.mk/QEPVEO). Teens and young adults who wish to participate in the program can register here (http://svy.mk/PnCCom).
For more information, please contact Jorge Orozco at email@example.com if you are a PLN student or Mayella Valero at firstname.lastname@example.org/Emery Laiw at email@example.com if you are a JHU alumnus/a.
Both Para Los Niños and the JHU LA Alumni Chapter are honored and proud to sponsor this special event. It will provide teens and young adults living in at-risk neighborhoods in Los Angeles an opportunity to expand their horizons and learn about multiple and various possibilities for achieving success as scholars and professionals.