Brooklyn Tech Players Participate in Skills Camp & Community Service

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Brooklyn Tech Players volunteered at iMentor event in downtown Manhattan. Left to Right: Mohamad Rahman (2017), Anthony Villegas (2016), William Avery (2016), Event Coordinator for iMentor Brigette Ginyard, Lucas Christie (2018), Robert Deokinandan (2016)

The Brooklyn Tech football team has been busy with off-season activities such as community service and skills camps.  In the last two weeks, players have taken advantage of the opportunity to be servant-leaders and work on their craft.

On June 6th, Mohamad Rahman (2017), Anthony Villegas (2016), William Avery (2016), Lucas Christie (2018), Robert Deokinandan (2016) served as volunteers for the iMentor event in downtown Manhattan.  They help to organize and officiate flag football games for the participants. iMentor is doing some great things helping the youth of New York.  Check out this video with an example of their program in action:

On June 7th, several players participated in the Lauren’s First and Goal camp at Lafayette University in Pennsylvania. The LFG Foundation raises money for Pediatric Brain Cancer Research. Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh was the guest speaker.

Related: Harbaugh Addresses Lauren’s 1st & Goal Camp

On June 13th, over 15 players participated in the Jameel McClain 53 Foundation skills camp at Sid Luckman field in Brooklyn.  Several members of the New York Giants were in attendance.

 

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