Joseline Calderon (Harrison Fellow, 2014-2016), was born and raised in Mexico City. She immigrated to the United States at the age of 10 and grew up in the South Side of Chicago. Joseline graduated from National Louis University with a Human Services degree. She has held various positions at Trilogy Behavioral Health Center and Central States SER, focusing on mental health, employment, and education. Currently, she is working with Chicago Public Schools, supporting students at risk of not graduating on time. Joseline’s purpose is to instill positivity in young immigrants and their ability to succeed anywhere they chose to make their home. Throughout her career, Joseline has helped families from a holistic approach providing resources, support, and guidance to ensure success in their pathway to continuing education and higher education.
National Louis University
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