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Malachi Carter’s Bio – A Young King Coming into His Own.

Malachi L. Carter is a dedicated 17-year-old senior and a responsible member of his community at Clearview Regional High School. While enrolled in a number of rigorous honors and advanced courses, he has been able to balance serving on the NACCP youth counsel, assuming the current position as assistant to the electronic Chair for the Gloucester county chapter of Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological and Scientific Olympics (ACT-SO) all while maintain employment. Since he has been in high school, Malachi has annually competed in the ACT-SO original essay and poetry completions. Malachi is also an athlete who has played organized basketball and has even received a letter for volleyball. Malachi has also participated and won third place in Rutgers Camden’s Student Executive (R.U.S.E) Program.

Malachi contributes all his hard work and achievements to his “village” which includes his grandmother, his parents, his Godfather and members of  Gloucester County and Paterson communities who influence and encourage him to always do his best.

The Governor’s Awards in Arts Education began in 1980 to promote awareness and appreciation of the arts, recognizing the creativity, talent and leadership of the award winners. Each year, awards are presented to approximately 20 educators and 80 students. National and statewide organizations select the students for their exemplary work in creative writing, speech, dance, music, theatre and visual arts and the leaders for their exceptional commitment and contribution to arts education. The program also recognizes arts educators and arts education advocates, whose leadership has helped nurture the development of students in the arts across the state.

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The Governor’s Awards event is a partnership of the Arts Ed NJ, the Department of Education, Art Pride New Jersey Foundation, the Department of State and the New Jersey State Council on the Arts. Additional support is provided by: the Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological and Scientific Olympics; Art Educators of New Jersey; Art Administrators of New Jersey; Dance New Jersey; New Jersey Council of Teachers of English; New Jersey Speech and Debate League; New Jersey Music Educators Association; New Jersey Performing Arts Center; Writer's Theatre of New Jersey; Speech and Theatre Association of New Jersey; New Jersey Thespians and Young Audiences of New Jersey and Eastern Pennsylvania. The cooperating organizations, award sponsors and individual members of the planning council dedicate their time to make sure that excellence in the arts is rewarded, and work tirelessly throughout the year to plan this special event. The Governor's Awards in Arts Education ceremony are a major collaborative effort of the arts, education and state government.