On October 25, 2015, the Collegiate 100 organization at Rutgers University inducted thirteen new members into their chapter in Piscataway, NJ.
The newly inducted members were Jasmine Dennis, Ariel Simmonds, Mercedes Samuels, Ronnie Brumant, Taylor Ebron-McQueen, Maia Modeste, Christiana Osawe, Kevin Thomson, Harvey Mills, Derek Lewis, Jordon Jimerson, Michael A. Cummings III, and Ebun Adenekan.
Congratulations to the lucky 13! This organization is one of stature, which places a heavy importance on academic and professional excellence, as well as community service.
The mission of the Collegiate 100 of Rutgers University is to support the sponsoring Chapter of 100 Black Men of New Jersey, America in its efforts to nurture, enhance the growth, economic development and opportunities for young African American males. This organization will also empower the black community through the Four for the Future plan of Mentoring, Education, Health and Wellness, and Economic Development.
For more information, how to get involved with the Collegiate 100 of Rutgers University, please visit their Collegiate Link page.