Micheall Santos is a bilingual rising senior at Bronx School for Law Government and Justice with an immense passion for social justice and advocacy. Micheall’s passion for justice is exemplified through his impressive performance in Harvard’s Future Lawyer summer course, Georgetown Law’s Early Outreach Course and Howard University Environmental Justice, college-in-high school class in which he earned the top score in the class. He’s a passionate leader in his community, serving as the president of Jetter’s Leaders, as vice president of the Student Advisory Council and as the president of the Spanish Honor Society.
He pursues his passion for advocacy in interning with Judge George B. Daniels of the U.S District Court for the Southern District of New York and serving as a Build On community service member that supports projects around NYC. Through Build on he helped build a school in the Pojno community in Guatemala.
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