Berkeley College Joins Fight Against AIDS During AIDS Walk New York

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4
2014

Contact:  Ilene Greenfield
Director of Media Relations
201-291-1111, ext. 1-5122

igl@BerkeleyCollege.edu

BERKELEY COLLEGE JOINS FIGHT AGAINST AIDS DURING
AIDS WALK NEW YORK

Matt Hudak, Berkeley College Director, Student Development and Campus Life, White Plains; and student Carlton Harris of Jamaica, Queens, at the AIDS Walk in New York City

Photo Caption: Students and staff from Berkeley College in Brooklyn, Midtown Manhattan and White Plains, NY, recently participated in the AIDS Walk in Central Park. The team participated through the Berkeley Cares initiative, which assists charities in the critical areas of food, shelter, health and student success. The AIDS Walk benefits more than 40 AIDS service organizations throughout the tri-state area and supports the fight to end the AIDS epidemic and uplift the lives of all affected. Showing their Certificates of Completion are Berkeley College participants (L to R) Matt Hudak of the Bronx, Director, Student Development and Campus Life, White Plains; and student Carlton Harris of Jamaica, Queens.

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