Da’Shek Boone's journey continues as he joins Hopeworks staff to inspire and support trainees!

From LinkedIn, Jan. 10, 2021:

Today is my 23rd birthday 🎊 and I have to be honest I didn't believe I'd make it past 18 years old. I've had my share of trials that I somehow was able to survive through. Hopeworks has been a huge factor in my survival and the staff among the organization literally have saved my life over the 5+ years I've been a part of the organization. The extent that they go to helping the youth within Camden County and expose them with opportunities to better themselves is truly inspiring to me.

With that being said Monday I will be starting as the new Youth Training Specialist. From lost teenager, to trainee, to intern and now becoming an official staff member. I will now have the opportunity as well to inspire the next generation that will lead us into the future.

I thank Dan Rhoton for trusting me with this role and I promise to give it my all just like he has for us everyday.

View his original post and connect with Da’Shek on LinkedIn!

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