New Mentor To Guide Students Through Studies at Monticello Collegewebdev
We are only 3 weeks away from an historic event at Monticello College. By the middle of April, we will have kicked off two full time programs, the on campus Bachelor’s Program and the new Masters Degree in Natural Law.
Along with this growth is the reality of bringing on more mentors to meet the need.
Mentor Christopher Hurtado will be making the long drive to Monticello several times a month to work with students this year in both the on campus undergraduate program and the new Masters of Natural Law online studies. Mr. Hurtado also teaches at two different institutions of higher education in northern Utah.
Mr. Hurtado has over twenty-five years’ experience teaching a broad range of subjects. He is self-taught in the classics, holds a Bachelor’s in Middle East Studies/Arabic and Philosophy from Brigham Young University, and an MA in Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey.
He is a serial entrepreneur with startup and takeover/turnaround experience in various industries. He has varying degrees of fluency in twelve languages and has lived and traveled abroad extensively. He lives in Mapleton, Utah with his wife, Alysia, and their children.
We are very fortunate to have a mentor of this caliber working working with us. Most important is his passion for freedom and his belief in the value of Statesmanship.
Welcome Mr. Hurtado.