This past June, Esther graduated from Yonkers High School and completed her fourth year in the Junior Docent Program. “I chose to be a Junior Docent because I wanted to be able to give back to my community in a unique and exciting way. I was able to not only help kids, but people of all ages. I knew I was making an impact, which enriched my experience as a JD all the more. I came into the program shy and insecure, and four years later I am outspoken and confident. This program gave me more than I could have ever asked for, and for that I’ll always be grateful.”
Esther spent the summer of 2017 working at the Hudson River Museum as the Summer Camp Manager. She helped organize schedules for visiting campers and lead many programs. This fall, she heads to Stony Brook University to study Biology with the hopes of pursuing a career in medicine.