Berkeley College is pleased to announce that Newark Campus Operating Officer Stan Holland has received a Minority Achievers Award in recognition of his outstanding professional accomplishments and community involvement. Mr. Holland was honored during the 29th Annual Minority Achievers Award Ceremony held recently in East Brunswick, NJ.
“Stan was honored not only for his strong leadership abilities at Berkeley College, but also for his involvement in the revitalization and renewal of the greater Newark community,” says Berkeley College President Dario Cortes, PhD.
Mr. Holland is actively involved in community initiatives and partnerships such as the Beautification Newark in Washington Park Project, collaboration with the Links Community School, Westwide High School, and the Communities in Schools programs, and with the United Way Lend a Helping Hand program. In addition, Mr. Holland is a member of a large number of community organizations including the Leadership Newark Class of 2009 and the American Society for Training and Development. He also serves as a volunteer for Boy Scouts of America, the Bergen County Jail, and the YMCA, and serves as a guest speaker at local schools and orphanages.
A leader in business education for 77 years, Berkeley College currently maintains an enrollment of over 7,200 students, with more than 700 international students in its Baccalaureate and Associate degree programs. The College has four New Jersey campuses located in West Paterson, Paramus, Woodbridge, and Newark; two New York campuses in Midtown Manhattan and White Plains; and an Extension Center in Lower Manhattan in the Wall Street area. In addition, the College offers Berkeley College Online and its Corporate Learning Partnership program. All campuses are accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. The College’s website address is www.BerkeleyCollege.edu.
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