S.C. State Kappa Man, Quinn Smith Named 2016 HBCU All-Star
Quinn Smith, who attends S.C. State University was named the 2016 HBCU All-Star, this is a prestigious recognition that is part of a White House leadership development initiative in support of historically black colleges and universities.
In order to enter Smith, had to write and essay on why he qualified to be a HBCU All-Star, emphasizing various aspects of his leadership abilities. He also wrote an essay that included details on implementing a policy geared toward assisting students with disabilities at S.C. State to improve accessibility around campus and provide online resources. Cited T&D
[Tweet “I will continue to raise the bar and give back to my community everything it has taught me, and I look forward to representing S.C. State University with honor.”]
7 Cool Fact About the 2016 HBCU All-Star
- A senior business management and marketing major at S.C. State University,
- Member of the Honors College,
- Member of Alpha Kappa Psi Professional Business Fraternity,
- Director of the Student Ambassador Program for the School of Business,
- Vice president of the Student Government Association
- Former four-year member of the Marching 101 Band.
- 2nd generation S.C. State student his mother graduated in 1981
The goal of the HBCU All-Stars program is to recognize students for their accomplishments in academics, leadership and community engagement. This initiative seeks to enhance students’ professional development and pave the way for them to be impactful leaders in the world around them. Are you active on your campus and in your community if so prepare to apply next year, you maybe me our 2016 HBCU All-Star
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