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Thursday, December 07, 2006

Four Muslim Students Named Top Leaders in International Competition


Bentley College is proud to announce the third annual Bentley Tomorrow25. This international leadership competition was launched in 2005 by Bentley to identify exemplary leaders of tomorrow. The 25 winners will receive national recognition and interact with high-profile leaders at the annual Bentley Leadership Forum (all expenses paid), in cooperation with TIME magazine in spring 2007. The Tomorrow25 students will also appear in an ad in TIME magazine as part of Bentley’s national campaign.

The Tomorrow25 winners are chosen through an international nomination process, and selected by an international Advisory Board, established by Bentley. Nominations are submitted from business and community leaders, teachers, school administrators and guidance counselors. Candidates for this honor have demonstrated initiative, citizenship, intelligence, technological savvy, cultural awareness, social responsibility, a passion for the real world of people and organizations, and a commitment to making positive change in their communities or schools.

Read about the four Muslim winners at:

Haya Aftab of Egypt, Azba Hathiyani of Toronto, Canada, Mohsin Jeelani of Toronto, Canada, Asad Moten of Houston, Texas: