While in High School, Enoch Jemmott worked as a peer counselor, helping his peers apply to college and for financial aid. His experience working as a peer college counselor is chronicled in the documentary film, PERSONAL STATEMENT. After graduating from the Brooklyn Generation School, he worked as an intern for College Access: Research & Action (CARA), helping other high school students prepare
to work as peer college counselors in their schools. Enoch enrolled in SUNY Cortland in the fall of 2015 where he played football. He then transferred to Queens College in his Junior year, where he runs track and is majoring in Communications. He has been helping to lead the PERSONAL STATEMENT Impact Campaign, traveling with the film throughout the country. He is currently designing and preparing to launch an interactive social media campaign for the impact campaign, called #WeBelongInCollege.
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