In this webinar, Joe explains how The Heights uses mentoring as an integral opportunity to assist in the formation of students, especially in regards to the rising challenges presented by technology and culture. He also offers practical advice for handling and identifying common challenges that he’s encountered during his 25+ years teaching at The Heights.
About the Author
Joe Cardenas is the Head of Mentoring at The Heights. Mr. Cardenas also teaches AP Art History, English Literature, and Freshman Theology. Since coming to The Heights in 1994, he has organized cultural trips to Europe and service projects in South America. Mr. Cardenas completed his undergraduate work at the University of California, Berkeley, where he earned a degree in American history; he received his M.A. in Private School Management from Columbia University in Manhattan. He taught at The Head-Royce School, an independent school in California, and at inner-city programs in Chicago and the Bronx before joining The Heights faculty.