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Make America Strong Again, And Forever!!

NJ MED launches its 5th Annual National Campaign, this week to prepare American High School Students for the 21st Century Workforce

With National and International newly elected leaders, using our theme, like Make Britain Great and Make America Great Again. Ties into our theory; and shows us, we’re heading in the right direction.
— Albert Mitchell II
CAMDEN, NEW JERSEY, USA, November 21, 2016 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Annually NJ MED (New Jersey Minority Educational Development) hosts a National High School Signing Day for incoming high school freshmen. To encourage them to take a 4 year student pledge, that will help prepare them for the 21st Century Global Economy.

One-Hundred and ninety high schools in 40 States and the District of Columbia participated in last year’s first graduating class. Which was named America Shines.

The CEO and Executive Director of NJ MED, Mr. Albert Mitchell II, said, “Last year, we combined our campaign with other organization’s high school national graduation programs to recognize the Class of 2016. We hope to encourage more high schools across the country, to participate in after-school programs that focus on technology and career-orientation, that involves colleges and local businesses, which will help support and strengthening our nation’s education system, as well.”

Mr. Mitchell II, also added, “With National and International newly elected leaders, using our theme, like Make Britain Great Again and Make America Great Again. Ties into our theory; and shows us, we’re heading in the right direction. That nation’s need to concentrate on domestic investment in the growing global marketplace. That’s why, we started our pledge campaign. By investing in our youth. That will be our foundation to assure the goal to Make America Great Again, is more than a slogan, but a path to reality. “

The Signing Day Pledge campaign for this year’s incoming high school class will start on November 23, 2016, and end on January 21, 2017.

For information on how your local high school can participate, please visit the campaign site at http://usstudentpledge.org/signing-day and request your free signing day toolkit.

Shomari Moore
NJMED
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