NJ MED plans to be a major force in international programming and services in 2017
NEW YORK, NEW YORK, USA, December 30, 2016 /EINPresswire.com/ — NJ MED (New Jersey Minority Educational Development), a nonprofit organization was formed 1995 in the United States. The organization’s mission is to address and resolve the systemic problems of unserved populations by providing innovative programming and technical assistance to existing educational, business, and community organizations.
Mr. Albert Mitchell II, Founder and CEO of NJ MED, stated during their annual report meeting, “Our purpose is to be aggressive in solving world problems, as it relates to children’s rights. We believe in investing in education, we can help safeguard our future, to assure everyone has a chance to reach his or her full potential in life, both economically and socially. “
Mr. Mitchell II also added, “We don’t care to associate with non-doers. We are a can do bunch. As one of our board members pointed out, we are like a combat medic; we are on the human rights frontline battlefield, providing aide to the people that are or have been wounded. This is not a job or game, this is our reality.”
NJ MED international presents has grown, by becoming a consultative member of the United Nation’s, largest subsidiary body, Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), in 2016.
Mr. Mitchell II said, “With this status, we now have the capability to build international relationships with other NGOs, to reach all 198 countries that are a member of the UN.”
NJ MED’s current programs and services include:
• The 100% Graduation Rate Program- that works with at-risk minority males, towards social skill development and economic training
• US Student Pledge Campaign – that helps prepare a higher-skilled US future workforce
• Graduation Week Campaign – that promotes local high school graduation classes across the US
• The World Top 20 Poll – that ranks and monitors the educational development of students from 3 to 25 year olds from 209 nations
• World Top 20 Project – that works with other NGOs to assure every child on the planet has access to education, in a safe and nurturing environment
• Global Universities Rankings – that measures the quality of education and training for students 18 to 25 year olds, as well as, the university’s economic and social impact in promoting their country’s sustainable development
• Global Education Report – an annual international survey of students, parents, teachers, educators and tax-payers, to identify areas of needs to improve the quality of education in their country
For more information about NJ MED, and their upcoming activities in 2017, you can schedule an interview at firstname.lastname@example.org . Please, use Request for Interview as the subject title, and provide your name, organization, with a request date for the interview.
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Source: EIN Presswire