Sweet Deeds: Orange Resident Christin Le Is a Regional Director at CovEd, A Nonprofit Offering Free Online Mentoring

The John Hopkins University student is a CovEd mentor as well as the founder of Lê Crumb, a philanthropic home bakery. CovEd offers free online mentoring for K-12 students nationwide.
Photograph by Emily J. Davis

“One of my majors at Johns Hopkins is public health, so CovEd’s mission of educational equity, especially for students who have limited resources during this time, really clicked with me.”

“For Orange County, I want to focus on cities in which students don’t have the most resources. I would love to work with Santa Ana and then branch out from there. I think CovEd is an amazing resource for students, especially those who just need an extra push.”

“I mentor a 10-year-old in Boston. She’s also interested in becoming a doctor. I create a lesson plan for her and tutor her for an hour, four days a week. It’s been such a rewarding experience seeing the improvement in her writing skills.”

“I really wanted to create an impact bigger than just my community and contribute on a global scale (with Lê Crumb Bakery). That’s why I added on the mission of donating a portion to Doctors Without Borders, which impacts over 70 countries.”


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