NJ MED’s CEO, said “We’ve Been Waiting for This Opportunity”

Albert N. Mitchell II, CEO and Founder of NJ MED, said their 100% Graduation Rate Program is an Answer to the American Minority Problem.

The self-imposed mindset had to be reset, and grinding out of young minority males, as we try to rebuild families. That will become self-sufficient in the US.””
— Albert N. Mitchell II, NJ MED's CEO

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, USA, December 6, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ -- NJ MED (New Jersey Minority Educational Development), an NGO, member of the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), announced they will be introducing their 100% Graduation Rate Program into 20 US Cities by 2022, in an effort to improve minorities educational and economic opportunities.

The 100% Graduation Rate Program, was developed 12-years ago, in Camden, New Jersey, and produce incredible results in increasing minority male higher education achievements, employment rates, and rebuilding whole family functions.
NJ MED plans to introduce the program, with one of their US World Top 20 Project’s network members, the PEACE Movement. They will be targeting 20 US cities where the minority population has under-performed based on the US Census and the Opportunity Nation Index.

NJ MED’s World Top 20 Project, is part of the world’s largest international initiative – the Sustainable Development Goals(SDG). Whose mission is to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity.

Mr. Albert N. Mitchell II, CEO and Founder of NJ MED, said, “We developed a program to combat the negative effect of poverty at its core roots, and as it grows to reproduce the cycle of self-destruction. The self-imposed mindset had to be reset, and grinding out of young minority males, as we try to rebuild families. That will become self-sufficient in the US.”

Mr. Mitchell II, added, “The 100% Graduation Rate Program Model provides immediate results in improving academic performances and reducing in-school and out of school violence. By incorporating community resources that are or have been underutilized. He said, “The Program’s full model is now ready to include both male and female children, from the ages of 11 to 18.”

For a Free Copy of the 100% Graduation Rate Program Model Study, and more information about NJ MED’s World Top 20 Project, please visit their websites - http://100graduationrateprogram.org/ & http://worldtop20.org/

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