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Ronald E. McNair Post Baccalaureate Achievement ProgramWelcome to the Ronald E. McNair Post Baccalaureate Achievement Program
526 5th Street
Cheney, WA 99004
Acknowledgement to Mentor:
"I am thankful to Dr. Finnie for mentoring me through the school year. His guidance provided me with a greater understanding of racial identity and the double consciousness he provided me the freedom and empowerment to work on my own, to find my own answers, and consistently made himself available for assistance . My time with Dr.Finnie impressed me greatly I not only was mentored for research, Dr.Finnie acted as a life skills coach as well. Helping me get through classes , social issues and plan my future. I am grateful for his patience and and interest . Dr.Finnie helped define my undergraduate years. As I prepare for graduate school, I find his continued support, advice and encouragement reassuring, and I am deeply thankful to you."
Da'mony Anderson is senior at Eastern Washington University, studying Business administration with a minor in Africana studies. Damony participates in many extra curricular activities on campus. These activities include things like being the marketing director of black student union. In addition he is also the president of the Iota Phi Theta Inc and a general member of Aplha Kappa Psi Business fraternity. He is also a recipient of the Hayes and telect business scholarship. Currently interns through a internship program called inroads for the Federal Reserve Bank is Seattle in their Gold program . Damony Anderson was born and raised in Seattle Washington.
TRiO McNair Research Internship:__________________________________________________________
Honors and Awards:______________________________________________________________________
- McNair Scholar Summer Internship, Awarded $2,800. The goal of the McNair Program is to increase the attainment of PhD degrees by students from underrepresented segments of society. (2014)