Today, I participated in a breakfast hosted by Coro, a nonprofit that has been around for several decades with the goal of training tomorrow’s leaders. For example, one prominent Coro alumni was California Senator Diane Feinstein.
Had it not been for my friend Kath from Madera Group, I would have never learned of them or about the possibility of hosting one of their youth fellows. It turns out, starting July 7, at the Diabetes Hands Foundation we will have a Berkeley High School student working with us full-time, three days a week, on a very tangible project (our No-Sugar Added Poetry book), as part of his summer internship.
Why am I so excited? Watch this video so you can better understand how this program helps share the future!