Spanish class reaches out to community

By Julie Huggins The Office of Innovation Creativity and Entrepreneurship

Through their research and under the guidance of professor Linda Howe, students in ESE315/SPN379 Nonprofit Arts and Education Entrepreneurship have discovered a need in our community and are working on a solution. They have recognized an opportunity to build connections between the Winston-Salem Latino community and Wake Forest through a mentor program that would pair Latino high school students with Wake Forest students.  Junior Erin Christensen said, “Wake Forest seems really isolated from the city, and these students are trying to break that barrier. This class is what pro humanitate is all about.”Read the article in the Old Gold and Black.