Honoring Stories and Integrating Curriculum™: How To Build and Sustain Communities, Episode 1, Part 2
Bridge-Building as Regional Coordinated Action: Jarrett Kendall, Director of Employment Services
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Jarrett Kendall is a native of St. Louis who graduated from Lutheran High School North. He went on to earn a Bachelors of Arts in Computer information from Concordia University in Chicago. As a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc., Mr. Kendall enjoys serving the community by getting involved with several organizations as a volunteer.
Some of the organizations that he is a part of include: Faith Community United as a Vice President where he educates clergy and youth about STIs and HIV in the church; 100 Black Men where he serves as the Co-Chair on Health & Wellness, assists with the prostate walk for community health day, and assists with the barbershop tour; and Lutheran North High School as a football coach and one-on-one mentor to the students.
For the past 3.5 years, Mr. Kendall has served at the Fathers and Families Support Center in various roles. Currently he serves as the Director of Employment services where he uses this role to connect with other agencies to create a positive, financial impact in the community. Mr. Kendall is invested in using his connections from various areas of his life to help add value to the local community.
Episode 1, Part 2: Jarrett Kendall, Director of Employment Services, Fathers and Families Support Center
Honoring Stories and Integrating Curriculum™: How to Build and Sustain Communities
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