Paul Mlodgenski ’18 Wins Monmouth County Caring Award
March 19, 2018
To recognize the extensive community service he has completed, Christian Brothers Academy senior Paul Mlodgenski was honored as the Academy’s recipient of the Monmouth County Guidance Directors Association’s Caring Award.
Mlodgenski has been very active in both service and leadership at CBA. He has been on the Montana Service Trip to the De La Salle Blackfeet School, worked the Holiday Express Party for those with physical and mental disabilities, served over 100 hours at the Children Leukemia Association, and cooked for the homeless around the area, among many other service activities.
The senior has also led the development of the Brothers to Brothers organization, which champions CBA students spending time with the elderly Brothers at the De La Salle Hall nursing home on the CBA campus.
“Paul is an exceptional, caring, sincere and passionate young man who devotes countless hours to community service,” said Director of Guidance Colleen Hayes. “Paul’s sincere and dedicated commitment to helping those in need made him an obvious choice for this prestigious Monmouth County Guidance Directors Association Caring Award.”
Each high school in Monmouth County selects one recipient for the Monmouth County Guidance Director Association’s Caring Award. This award is voted on by the high school’s guidance department for a student who has volunteered their time, effort, dedication and has made a difference in their community.
The Monmouth County Guidance Director Association is a professional, non-profit organization of Guidance Directors from public and private schools in Monmouth County.
Check out Mlodgenski’s congratulatory video here: