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Speakers Reach out to UT MESP Students

 

On Friday, July 20, 2018, speakers Jeremy Holloway and Victor J. Coleman Jr. shared their story with over 30 students from the Multicultural Emerging Scholars Program at UT.  The speakers spoke about casting vision for success in their future academic and long-term career goal.  Holloway and Coleman shared about building support groups, casting out vision for their lives, and becoming focused on using words that support a clear outcome for achievement in their academics.   Each student also created their own personal Vision Board as a tool to help their pursue and achieve their desired goals.  

 

Victor J. Coleman Jr. is a public speaker, community organizer, who enjoys helping youth build up their futures to great achievements.   Jeremy Holloway is a public speaker and UT PhD Candidate in Education.  

 

The MESP program is a six-week bridge summer program, in which students engage in academic and social enrichment activities, explore and, enjoy resources on the UT campus and in the local community, and meet with UT faculty and college administrators in a relaxed environment. For more information on MESP visit their website at http://www.utoledo.edu/diversity/mesp/summer-bridge-living-learning-community.html

 

 

 

 

 

 
   
   


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