Thurgood Marshall College Fund – 12th Annual Leadership Institute and Recruitment Fair Featured Student: Michael Smith

Our next Thurgood Marshall College Fund’s 12th Annual Leadership Institute and Recruitment Fair featured student comes to us from Medgar Evers College. Michael Smith is an Environmental Science student with a passion for helping the environment. He enjoys blogging about related topics and is a member of Million Trees NYC. He is passionate about the organization because it is a great way to give back to the earth.

Aside from his dedication to saving our environment, Michael is also a committed student. He takes full advantage of technology when it comes to staying organized and feels that if students work at doing well, they can reach their goals.

Stay tuned for more of our Featured Students this week!

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