Eluzabeth City State University (Political Science)
As a first generation college student, education has always been a top priority for Montravias K. He graduated from the North Carolina public school system and then proceeded to Elizabeth City State University (ECSU), where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science. While at ECSU, Montravias was elected President of the N.A.A.C.P college chapter. As president, Montravias led the largest college chapter in the state of North Carolina, and registered over 500 plus new voters.
After graduating from college, Montravias served as a member of the Board of Directors for the Elizabeth City/Pasquotank County Boys and Girls Club. He uses every opportunity he can to share his story. From the pulpit of rural churches in Eastern North Carolina to the halls of the United Nations in New York, Montravias’s humble story of perseverance has inspired thousands to serve in their respective communities. He strongly believes that every student can learn, it just takes someone to inspire them to realize the greatness inside of them.
Montravias credits his success: faith in God, strong family support, and great mentor-ship.
I majored in Political Science in college, and I have been a serious student of history all of my life. I understand how history shapes the past, present, and future.
I served as a Special Education Teacher Assistant for about nine months. All of my students had a learning disability of physical handicap.
I look forward learning more about you and hopefully becoming your tutor. As a first generation college student, education has always been a top priority for Montravias K. He graduated from the North Carolina public school system and then proceeded to Elizabeth City State University (ECSU), where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political
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