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A St. Philip’s College employee has earned notice for giving back as a volunteer and mentor with the newest innovative alternative intervention programs offered at San Antonio Municipal Court this summer.
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Creating Opportunities with 100 Black Men of America

A St. Philip’s College employee has earned notice for giving back as a volunteer and mentor with the newest innovative alternative intervention programs offered at San Antonio Municipal Court this summer.

John Martin, the college's Student Conduct/Title IX director, helped a young person through this program in his capacity as a member of San Antonio's chapter of 100 Black Men of America.

Martin's mentoring is part of the San Antonio Express-News report San Antonio’s 100 Black Men mentoring youth in truancy prevention program. According to the report, The chapter’s 10-week course is the newest of the 45 alternative intervention programs offered at municipal court to students ages 12 to 17 who have 10 unexcused absences in six months.

Find the full article with images at http://www.expressnews.com/news/local/article/San-Antonio-s-100-Black-Men-mentoring-youth-in-11230285.php.

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