- THE EXPERIENCE
- LIFE SKILLS
- CHANGING LIVES
Our mentees are bright, enthusiastic high school senior girls, who are determined to reach their full potential and appreciate an exceptional woman is created with high goals, passion and perseverance.
Mentors are leaders within their professions and community role models. They are committed to providing a rewarding mentorship experience and open to developing relationships to last a lifetime.
Our careful matching process pairs each mentee's interests and life experiences with a mentor that can guide them on a professional, educational and personal level.
Mentee and mentor pairs meet weekly, guided by a curriculum focusing on education, career planning and financial literacy.
Embedded in the weekly meetings are discussions about life skills that help mentees further develop both personally and professionally.
Her Honor Mentoring combines the power of youth and the wisdom of experience to inspire both our mentees and mentors to dream big and achieve BIGGER!
Her Honor Mentoring 2021-2022
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Erendira Oseguera-Munguia, Mount Vernon High School and Robin Harmon-Myers, Owner of Harmon Designs Furniture & Interiors
“Erendira inspires me. Today I felt truly grateful for this mentoring opportunity and that I get to make an impression on a young woman's life. It is affirming the law: every action has a reaction and how important it is to be mindful and intentional in all we do.” - Mentor, Robin Harmon-Myers
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Tianna Beckford, Thornton High School and Natasha Fapohunda, Senior Vice President, Counsel, Enterprise Partnerships, Law, Franchise and Integrity at Mastercard
“When I think about college I am mainly thinking about my life on campus and the studies that I want to pursue, I was not really thinking about what my life in that specific state or region would be like. My mentor opened my eyes and made me think about the bigger perspective of not just my college experience but my life after high school” - Mentee, Tianna Beckford
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Glory Ines Moncion Allen, Saunders Trades and Technical High School and Honorable Mary Anne Scattaretico-Naber, Judge of Westchester County Family Court
“ I couldn't be happier and grateful for this mentorship opportunity. Judge Naber and her staff are absolutely amazing at what they do. It is good to actually sit down and get to know each other a little more outside of the courtroom. Moments like these I will always cherish” - Mentee, Glory Ines Moncion Allen
Sissy Ochoa De León faced more than her share of challenges when she arrived in New Rochelle from Guatemala at age 7. She had lost her mother three years earlier. Unable to speak English, she was placed in first grade rather than third at Columbus Elementary School.
With 18 college acceptances in hand, New Rochelle High School senior Amoré Johnson has a lot of choices and a big decision to make by tomorrow.
Compare and discuss these 2 emails from a student to a professor.
Given the pandemic, many interviews are taking place on a virtual platform. Regardless of whether virtual or in person, being properly prepared and engaged is important. Below are some of our favorite tips for interviews or professional meetings.
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- Judge Judy Sheindlin, Founding Partner