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Bloomfield College Announces Two New Graduate Programs in Education
Beginning this fall, Bloomfield College will offer a Master’s degree in Early Childhood Education and a Master’s degree in Special Education.
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The alumnus already has two gospel albums to his name and is set to release his third album, Duality of Worship, on April 14, 2017.
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Past Bloomfield College students have studied in England, France, Italy, South Africa, Argentina, and Japan. Bloomfield College is a member of the College Consortium of International Studies and the American Institute for Foreign Study.
Gayle King Event Postponed Until March 29
Gayle King is now scheduled to speak at Bloomfield College on Wednesday, March 29 at 3:00 p.m.
Bloomfield College Welcomes Top Goya Executives to Campus
Bloomfield College will welcome a panel of top Goya Foods, Inc. executives to campus on March 30. Goya Foods is the largest Hispanic-owned business in the United States and is over 80 years old.
Gayle King to Speak at Bloomfield College
The highly anticipated event will offer students a special opportunity to ask the television personality and established journalist questions following her speech.
Bloomfield College Students to be Honored at EOF Celebration
Thirteen Bloomfield College students are expected to be honored for their hard work at the 2017 EOF Graduate Awards Ceremony on April 10, 2017.

Be the change you wish to see in the world

“Be the change you wish to see in the world” ~Gandhi

Nereida Montijo, Coordinator for Serving Learning and Diversity Initiatives, began her opening remarks with the statement, “Don’t follow where the path may lead, go where there is no path and leave a trail.” She continued by elaborating on the value of service to others, from making a difference to just one person to learning about oneself and the power of change.

This past year, student volunteers have logged 11,000 hours of community service. This figure does not include those students who volunteer through community organizations on their own; it represents those students who have joined causes such as the Newark graffiti and trash clean-up day, hurricane Sandy relief efforts, the Breast Cancer Walk, working with the YMCA of Newark and Vicinity among many others.

For outstanding community service, the awards went to Jefferson Caceres, Stephanie Cruz, Jenny Kern, Fatima Neely, Lawrence Rivers and Jahwan Dior Robinson. The special CSLE intern recognition went to Chrystopher Davis and Amy La Paz. The club/organization recognition was accepted by Elijah Callahan and Lawrence Rivers for the Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. Outstanding public service recognition was awarded to the YMCA of Newark and Vicinity and accepted by Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Peter Rosario, and the NJ Peace Action accepted by Ron Destefano, Madelyn Hoffman, and Judith Arnold. The spirit of volunteerism award was conferred upon former trustee Archie Palmer and his wife Lynne. The alumni volunteer spirit award was given to Michael Palmieri ’12.

Rose Mitchell, associate dean of students quoted Mother Teresa. “Do small things with great love.” She also commended the students as making a difference by saying, “All of you have hearts full of grace and souls full of love.”

Bloomfield College students are examples of making a difference in the world, one small significant action at a time. Kudos to all our student volunteers!

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