Sikh American receives Young Community Leader Award September 19, 2019

Karanveer Singh accepting the Young Community Leader Award

Karanveer Singh a senior studying at Rutgers University was awarded the ‘Young Community Leader Award’ at a ceremony at the Camden County Freeholders meeting held at the Voorhees township in New Jersey on September 19, 2019. https://www.instagram.com/p/B4C1DvYlpf8/

Karanveer Singh has won several awards and accolades; the Robert Packard Service Award, Rutgers University; the Citizen of the Year Award of Voorhees, NJ; the Chancellors Award Rutgers University; the National Bullying Prevention Award 2018; for his work on bullying prevention across the nation, outreach to marginalized communities of color, increasing interfaith dialog on and off campus, and being an unofficial ambassador for Rutgers University.

He is an Eagle Scout and written a one of a kind, comprehensive solution-oriented book on bullying prevention, which has been attested by none other than former President Barack Obama in April 2016. The book can be found at www.bullyingsikhamericanchildren.org . The book is now being used in over 37 school districts on the Eastern seaboard and also being used for AP English, AP Psychology and AP History, in many high schools. He continues to write and be actively engaged, doing grassroots work at various other levels to make a better America for all.

In addition, he has organized and participated in 49 events across the nation educating thousands bullying prevention specialists and school children in the last four years.

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