MOSTe is hosting a mentor appreciation and recruitment open house! This event is for current mentors and any women who are interested in becoming a mentor. It’s also a chance to visit our gorgeous new office space inside the WeWork offices of the Gas Tower Building in downtown LA.
Mentoring is so much fun when you and your friends can share in the experience. We highly encourage you to, “Be one, bring one!” Impact a girl’s life today. Register and get further details HERE
Join us at the 21st Annual MOSTe Culmination & Scholarship Recognition Event
The annual culmination ceremony celebrates the participation and achievement of MOSTe students, announces incentive scholarship awards for rising 9th graders, and achievement scholarships for rising college students. We will also celebrate our 2017 college graduates! Kindly RSVP by June 2nd. Click HERE for tickets.
June 10th, 2017 – 10am – 12:30pm
USC Caruso Catholic Center – 844 W 32nd Street, Los Angeles, CA 90007
- Students and 1st Family Member Tickets: $0
- Additional MOSTe Student Family Members: $15
- General Admission Ticket: $30
Scholars, kindly note, transportation will not be provided.
Lesly Reynaga at the at the 2017 JROTC Awards, where she received an $800 scholarship and seven awards for leadership and academics, including Battalion Cadet of the Year.
At the Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) Awards on Friday, May 5, 2017, MOSTe scholar Lesly Reynaga received an $800 scholarship and 7 awards for leadership and academics, including Battalion Cadet of the Year.
Lesly is a member of the Class of 2017 at Thomas Jefferson High School, where she is proud to have been JROTC Battalion Commander. She served in the JROTC program at Jefferson for three years and was also the Unarmed Drill Team Commander, leading the team in various regional and state-wide competitions.
MOSTe honors Lesly for her achievement and congratulates her on her acceptance to Cal State Fullerton, where she begins studying in September. Lesly hopes to enter the health field as a nurse or physician assistant.
MOSTe scholar Catherine Juarez observes and studies a human brain, Lycoming College Prep 2015. Catherine is now a proud member of the Lycoming College Class of 2020, and looks forward to serving as a Lycoming College Prep Facilitator (LCPF) this summer, 2017.
Not long ago, MOSTe scholar Catherine Juarez was incredibly thrilled to attend Lycoming College’s summer College Prep program and get her first taste of college academics.
Fast forward just over a year, and Catherine is a proud member of Lyco’s Class of 2020, about to step up and serve as a Lycoming College Prep Facilitator for a new crop of excited students this July.
Not only did Catherine have a wonderful first year at college, but her hard work produced some impressive results, as noted in this comment from Dean Andrew W. Kilpatrick:
“As a college academic dean, I would never share a student’s grades. Having said that, I would like to acknowledge Lycoming College Prep Facilitators (LCPFs) Catherine, Tanner, and Tom for their OUTSTANDING grades this semester. I am incredibly proud of each of you. Well done!”
All of us at MOSTe agree: Well done, Catherine! We’re so proud of you.
Celebrate our role models with MOSTe!
Flight Systems Engineer, NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory
President, Seaview Investors, LLC
VP, Sales and Marketing, Seaview Investors, LLC
Thursday, April 27, 2017
11:30 AM – 1:30 PM
Millenium Biltmore Hotel, 506 South Grand Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90071
Share the inspiration! Join us for our annual Lanterns Luncheon at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel in downtown Los Angeles. Donors, friends, and supporters, as well as past and present MOSTe scholars are all welcome.
At our April 27, 2017 luncheon, we’ll honor three outstanding members of our community: Tracy Drain, Deputy Chief Engineer on NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory Juno mission to Jupiter, and Joni and Bob Alter, premiere real estate investors and longtime MOSTe supporters.
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