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Professional Development

Mentoring Initiative

The Mentoring Initiative is a collaboration between the Office of Migrant Education and the National HEP-CAMP Association with the goal of building stronger HEP and CAMP programs.    Since 2011, HEP and CAMP directors with fewer 3 years’ experience have been paired with seasoned directors who serve as mentors to provide technical assistance and support. Mentors assist with solutions and strategies in order to address project issues such as, Recruitment, Budget, Project Administration, and other areas of need. The Mentoring Initiative is led by CAMP and HEP Subject Matter Experts.

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Esther Yacono
CAMP Subject Matter Expert

Email: estheryacono@gmail.com 

Phone: 512-569-7096

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Toni Luna 
HEP Subject Matter Expert

Email: angeljol69@gmail.com

Phone: 956-456-7146

2022-2023 Mentors

Amas Aduviri

HEP/CAMP Mentor

Oregon State University

Michelle Kelley

HEP/CAMP Mentor

Boise State University

Dr. Seline Szkupinski-Quiroga

CAMP Mentor

Arizona State University

Ingrid Aguayo

HEP Mentor

Michigan State University

Dr. Miriam Bocchetti

HEP/CAMP Mentor

Central Washington University

Jaime Miranda

CAMP Mentor

UT - Rio Grande Valley

Andrés Enriquez

HEP Mentor

California State University - Sacramento

Luis García

HEP/CAMP Mentor

Michigan State University

Beto Espindola

HEP Mentor

Portland Community College

Ofelia Gamez

CAMP Mentor

CSU - Fresno State

Catherine Prince

HEP Mentor

Sonomoa County Junior College

Stephany Vigil-Roybal

CAMP Mentor

Michigan State University