Abenazer Mekete currently attends Cornell University with a major in Computer Science and Economics. He is a participant in Future Institute’s Future Leaders Initiative (FLI) Program through which he has a professional mentor. Abenazer is also the leader of the Junior Mentorship program for CMSA students.
Roshaan Siddiqui currently attends Wesleyan University and studies Computer Science. He is a participant in Future Institute’s Future Leaders Initiative (FLI) Program through which he has a professional mentor. Roshaan is also a junior mentor in the Junior Mentorship program for CMSA students.
Michelle Lopez is a Chicago Math and Science Academy (CMSA) graduate, class of 2014. Michelle attended the University of Chicago majored in English Language and Literature.
Daood Shah is a Chicago Math and Science Academy (CMSA) graduate, class of 2016. Daood has earned his associate’s degree at Oakton Community College (2018). He is transferring to UIC to continue his studies in Computer Engineering in the Fall 2018.
Brian Herrera is a Chicago Math and Science graduate now holds a bachelor degree from National Louis University in pre-law. He hopes to pursue his law degree from Loyola University. While pursuing his degree, he participated in the Future Institute Road-to-Success Mentorship (FIRM) program.
Ka Hsel Nay is a graduate of Chicago Math and Science Academy (CMSA) and is currently a Civil Engineering major at the Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT). Through Future Institute, she interned with New Plan Learning in the summer of 2019 and spoke about her experiences.
You guys are doing great things for these kids out here in Columbus and you guys should continue to do it.
I just wanted to tip my hat to the Future Institute and what it is doing for young people. I am just privileged to be able to be a part of it.
This was an opportunity for me to help and step up.
It may be rewarding for a mentee to have someone they can lean on, but believe me it’s just as rewarding for mentors. They learn as much from your mentees, frankly, as you do from the mentors.