Carol Gonzalez Trujillo,
Group Mentoring Coordinator
To empower and support high school-age Latinas in the Greater Washington, D.C. and the Sacramento, CA area as they develop the skills necessary to succeed in adulthood through collaborative mentorship and programming.
OBTAIN GOOD GRADES
To be successful after high school or college, one must have good grades. ALLMP will provide tutoring, resources, and guidance to ensure high academic standards.
GAIN PROFESSIONAL SKILLS
ALLMP will provide the tools and skills needed to develop a strong resume, LinkedIn profile, and a professional portfolio to become a strongly qualified candidate for a job, internship, and/or college student.
PREPARE FOR HIGHER EDUCATION
ALLMP will help mentees apply for college by providing college prep workshops, resources, college tours, and personal guidance.
HAVE LITTLE TO NO DEBT
To avoid financial obstacles during undergraduate studies, resources and guidance on how to apply for FAFSA and scholarships will be provided. ALLMP will also provide financial literacy and workshops to learn how to manage money.
TO LEARN SELF-WORTH
ALLMP will help young Latinas learn their values, self-worth and find their voice to become confident individuals in the real world by providing workshops, resources, and teaching self-love.
TO PROVIDE A BIG SISTER
To provide a lifetime sisterhood to young Latinas and ensure that they have a mentor during their high school years, and after graduation. ALLMP will create a lifetime family.