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Service immersion experiences are a memorable part of a student’s formation, and those experiences are made even more special when our students fully embrace the opportunity to lead change. Senior Eduardo Guerrero recently returned from Monterrey, Mexico, where he served as an ambassador at the immigration center.

A faculty nomination reported, “Eduardo’s expertise as both a Mexican citizen and as a returning student in the program was absolutely invaluable. He takes seriously the responsibility to aid migrants and provide opportunities for his brothers to grow in understanding and compassion.”

Eduardo’s commitment to service is extensive and includes a leadership role in the Bonton Farms summer program, and continuing work with the Hillcrest House and AIDS Services of Dallas. He is also a member of the leadership club, PALS. 

A member of the Spanish Honor Society, Eduardo was also commended for his approach in the classroom by another nomination. “Eduardo clearly and consistently exhibits his investment in his academic progress. He takes it upon himself to improve his understanding of the course material and goes out of his way outside of the classroom to constantly improve through individual meetings with his teachers. He is an excellent student with a tremendous servant heart.”