COJJP welcomes a new academic advisor, Ms. Nisha Saintelus
A native New Yorker, Ms. Saintelus is an Academic Advisor of the CoJJP. Ms. Saintelus earned her undergraduate degree in Business Management from Medgar Evers College and received a master’s degree in Counseling from Prairie View A&M University. After six years of experience in the financial industry she followed her calling to serve underrepresented youths. She devotes her time serving as a mentor to students transitioning into higher education. My advice for Juvenile Justice & Psychology students: Do not be afraid to try, you will fly! On this adventure of your academic career ask questions, challenge yourself, and be determined to become wiser each day. Utilize your time during your college experience to be great. There is a huge world that awaits your talents. Lastly, enjoy a great college life balance. #GOPANTHERS
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