KIPP Generations Collegiate
Jocelyn Limon is a Political Science and Latino Studies major with a minor in Anthropology. She is both an AnBryce and QuestBridge scholar. She is interested in advocacy for minority groups and the legal system’s impact on the lives of its citizens as well as how human behavior is influenced by current life events. Jocelyn aspires to continue her education after Notre Dame and pursue a JD Degree in law school. She hopes to one day impact the lives of others and help better her community as well as the community of other minority groups.
Jocelyn is an active member of the Notre Dame community as she engages in several groups on campus and off campus. On campus, Jocelyn is involved with SCIA and serves as the Secretary on the board, she works with the Latino Student Association and Ballet Folklorico. Off-campus, she volunteers with La Casa de Amistad, a nonprofit organization that works for the Latinx youth and community in South Bend. Her involvement with several Latinx groups has furthered her passion within her own community.
Furthermore, in the summer of 2022, Jocelyn worked with St. Joseph’s Indian School located in Chamberlain, SD. As an intern, she worked as a librarian on a Bookmobile that traveled to all of South Dakotas Lakota reservations to hand out books, food, clothing, and other resources. Her experience has helped her understand the importance of learning about new cultures and caring for neglected communities in the United States. Jocelyn hopes to continue to learn and work with different communities to further her education and service.
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- SCIA- Secretary
- Ballet Folkloriko
- Casa de Amistad
- St Joseph Indian School (South Dakota) Bookmobile