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Three Baldwin Students Selected for Germination Project
Posted 10/18/2017 10:14AM

Last month, The Germination Project brought together 500 plus Philadelphians at the Union League to announce its third class of Student Fellows in a theatrical affair anchored by the induction of 17 of the best and brightest high-schoolers from the region in an NBA-style draft. Alexa Diecidue '19, Delina Irgau '19 and Isabella Tyminski '19 have been selected from a competitive pool of applicants to participate in this year's Germination Project, which is an initiative dedicated to returning the city of Philadelphia to its historic leadership role both politically and industrially through the development of the next generational network of private and public sector leaders.

Draft picks were announced by local influence makers including Philadelphia Eagles Safety Malcolm Jenkins, The Philadelphia Citizen co-founder Larry Platt and Philadelphia Eagles broadcaster and former Eagles wide receiver Mike Quick.

The Germination Project aims to create a self-sustaining and perpetuating ecosystem for Philadelphia's next generation of leadership. By enlisting our region's current leaders, the Germination Project seeks to catalyze and energize an elite cadre of ambitious young men and women, brought together by their talent, drive and commitment to putting their gifts into service for the benefit of our city.

It invites our best and brightest, regardless of circumstance, into a committed and empowered fellowship–bestowing a lifetime's worth of opportunities in exchange for a promise by its members to pay those opportunities forward.

Through their involvement in specially designed service initiatives, Germination Fellows will have the unique opportunity to work alongside leaders from a variety of Philadelphia's most prominent organizations, companies and academic institutions. Fellows will gain invaluable experience working on all aspects of the service initiatives that are designed to address key issues that impact Philadelphia, including literacy and healthcare access.

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