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New mentorship program for Black/African-American students

With the fall 2020 semester now complete, we congratulate you on your commitment to success in and outside the classroom, and staying the course even when the journey may have felt like the road less traveled.

Arizona State University is pleased to partner with the Greater Phoenix Urban League Young Professionals to present a new mentorship program that aims to ensure the education experiences of Black/African American students at ASU are supported and fostered.

As you enjoy well-deserved time for yourself this winter break, we hope you will also use this time to explore opportunities that will enhance your ASU experience this spring and beyond. We invite you to consider joining YP CoNext as a mentee and benefit from expanded opportunities for personal growth, community connections, and leadership development. Best of all, as a YP mentee, you will be paired in a nurturing mentee-mentor partnership with a caring Black professional.

Please review the program expectations and requirements and Thursday, Dec. 11, to take part in this exciting chance to enhance your interpersonal skills and receive invaluable guidance and networking experience to support your successful transition from student to young Black professional.

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