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“Cash is a student who cares about his peers and is an inspiration to everyone around him,” a Jesuit faculty member exclaimed. “He truly embodies what it means to be a Man for and with Others.”

Sophomore Cash Ramirez is a service leader who has demonstrated a strong sense of compassion and a commitment to teamwork. He has completed "fellowship encounter projects" at AIDS Services of Dallas Hillcrest House, St. Nick's Community, and St. Jude's Catholic Charities Housing. Cash also participated in the Mission Waco poverty immersion program this year, a challenging educational and formational initiative that encourages a spirit of empathy and a deeper understanding of homelessness.

“Cash approaches peers and teachers alike with respect, empathy, and encouragement,” another faculty member shared. “He understands his potential for transforming his community and takes every opportunity he has to make someone else' day better.”

As an Admissions Ambassador, Cash is often one of the first Jesuit students that prospective families meet. He provides personalized tours of campus to applicants and their family as well as other distinguished guests visiting campus. Additionally, he is a veteran member of the Hope Squad and has been instrumental in advocating for those who struggle with mental health issues. Another staff member shared, “A recent visitor to campus remarked how he ‘hoped his son would attend Jesuit someday and follow the example that Cash has set for his future classmates.’ Cash’s warmth, kindness, intelligence, and humor reflect the best qualities that we want to highlight for visitors seeking to learn more about what it means to be a Jesuit student.”

Congratulations to Cash Ramirez ’26, Jesuit Dallas Ranger of the Week!