SP2 Mentor Collective

The Mentor Collective program enhances the student and alumni experience by connecting students one-on-one with an SP2 alum mentor

SP2 students are paired with someone invested in their success — a person ready to listen, inspire, help navigate challenges, and recognize opportunities. SP2 students will learn what to expect in their respective degree programs, how to approach challenges, and gain career advice. At the same time, SP2 alumni mentors will build their networks, develop skills to become better professionals and leaders, as well as support our future leaders in social change.

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SP2 Mentor Collective Program

We are excited to offer an opportunity for current students and alumni to build a meaningful, collaborative, community of practitioner-scholars. The SP2 Mentor Collective Program is an opportunity to:

  • Enhance students’ experiences
  • Cultivate personal and social connections
  • Develop professional networks
  • Effect meaningful change

Events

02/07

The Challenges of Reforming the Criminal Justice System – Taylor Pacheco

Taylor Pacheco is the Deputy Director of Philadelphia lawyers for Social Equity. She has a wide range of experience assisting clients in the criminal legal system including at Community Legal […]

Events

02/14

The Movement for a Civil Right to Counsel – Len Reiser

Len Rieser is Program Coordinator for the Sheller Center for Social Justice, and also teaches the Access to Justice Clinic and Education Law at Temple University. He is the former […]

News

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SP2 Nonprofit Leadership Program and Bonner Foundation partner to increase educational access

A new partnership between the Master of Science in Nonprofit Leadership (NPL) Program at Penn’s School of Social Policy & Practice (SP2) and The Corella & Bertram F. Bonner Foundation […]