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Three inducted into Call Me MISTER

    09.17.12 | Academics Education

    Southern Wesleyan University education students were inducted into the Call Me MISTER (Mentors Instructing Students Toward Effective Role Models) program during a ceremony Sept. 14 at Freedom’s Hill Church, located on the university’s campus in Central. Pictured from left is Tyson Wright, who was inducted this past January, standing alongside new inductees Paul Ohanuka, Markail Drakeford and Jonathan Boyer.

    The Call Me MISTER (Mentors Instructing Students Toward Effective Role Models) program inducted three new Southern Wesleyan University education students during a ceremony Sept. 14 at Freedom’s Hill Church on the campus in Central.

    Paul Ohanuka, Markail Drakeford and Jonathan Boyer were inducted into the program, which trains and places teachers from a diverse background into the state’s lowest performing elementary schools.

    Ohanuka is a transfer student from Greenville Technical College, Drakeford is a freshman from Mauldin and Boyer is a freshman living in Central whose parents, Bobby and Magalie Boyer, are missionaries in Haiti.

    For details about the Call Me MISTER program, contact Dr. Paul Shotsberger, dean of Southern Wesleyan’s School of Education, at (864) 644-5354, email or go online.