Matthew P. Stevens

Matt has consulted with schools and community-based institutions across the country in the area of Career Development. He has been recognized as a leader in educational, business and government sectors for his work with teenagers in the area of college and career preparation. He has designed and coordinated extended school day programs focused on work force readiness for Rutgers University, St. Peter’s University and Kean University. These programs provided services to high school and college students.

His event management experience in the area of College and Career Readiness includes the establishment and coordination of the Young Men Employment Network Student Conference at Rutgers University in New Jersey. This conference services 500 Newark Public School students annually. Matt also served as principal organizer and manager of the 2002 United States Youth Games which were conducted in Newark, New Jersey.

He received a B.A. in Sociology from Bloomfield College and a Mentor Program Manager Certificate from the Fordham University Graduate School for Social Work.

Matt is a proud member of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, inc., Eta Pi Chapter. In the year 2020/2021 he was appointed Chairman for the Corridor 4 Fatherhood Initiative and Mentoring Committee, and is responsible for helping to expand mentoring programs throughout the State of New Jersey. His accomplishments included the design of comprehensive virtual mentoring programs that reached over one thousand youth during the height of the COVID 19 Pandemic. He was awarded the Corridor 4 Graduate Brother of the Month for August 2020, March 2021 and The 2021 Eta Pi Chapter Omega Man of the Year.

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