Why Kellogg students created a high school mentoring program

This fall, a team of Kellogg students launched Kellogg Connections, a mentoring program for Evanston Township High School (ETHS) students. Kellogg Connections will involve a diverse group of approximately 15 ETHS students and roughly the same number of Kellogg mentors from a variety of professional backgrounds including medicine, consulting, banking, marketing and manufacturing. Mentors will meet with students as an entire group two times per month. The key tenets of the program are a business-focused curriculum, college prep, experiential learning and community partnership.

Success on your own terms

James B. Rosseau Sr. EMP 98 is Fortune 100 executive and a hip-hop artist. He is an author and media owner, a team builder and a strategist. He is a mentor and a teacher. There are a lot of ways to describe Rosseau, who is president of LegalShield Business Solutions and a co-owner of Christian… Continue reading