Brother Martin junior Jeffrey Lupo II was recently accepted to the Bill of Rights Institute Student Fellowship.
According to the BRI website:
"Open to 15-18 year old's who are currently Juniors or Seniors (or equivalent), fellows will participate in robust programming throughout the school year, meeting twice monthly, then culminating in a scholarship-funded week of programming in Washington, DC. BRI student fellows demonstrate voice and agency by writing posts or articles that reflect what they have learned throughout the program and leading the development of public programs. The fellowship includes a curriculum of learning and dialogue in the great ideas of leadership and citizenship and will provide opportunities for published writing and media exposure. Student fellows will come from broad backgrounds and will demonstrate a range of academic and/or community organizing experience."
We would like to extend our sincerest congratulations to Jeffrey for being awarded this prestigious, well-earned honor!