Ten Questions with
SFIC Alumni and Author
- Tell us about your family and upbringing. What was it like growing up in Newark, NJ?
- Why did your parents choose to send you and your siblings to Catholic schools? What things did they have to sacrifice (to do so)?
- How did your parents learn about SFIC and how did a SFIC scholarship make it possible for you to attend a Catholic school within the Archdiocese of Newark?
- What was your experience attending Catholic schools? What did Catholic education teach you about yourself, your community, and service to others?
- How did Catholic education prepare you for college? How did it prepare you for life? Do you think you’d be the man you are today without a strong moral foundation?
- Tell us about your book, “Bridge The Gaps – Lessons on Self-Awareness, Self-Development, and Self-Care”. Why did you decide to write it? Are there any parts of the book inspired by your Catholic education and faith? Where would someone go to find it?
decision to write the book. You can find the book on my website www.thebridge330.com.
- Tell us about the service projects you have been involved in within your community? Did you always believe you would return to your inner-city roots or did you have other plans? If so, why did those plans change?
- How did The Scholarship Fund for Inner-City Children impact your life? How did it impact your parent’s lives? What would you say to parents who are considering sending their children to Catholic schools?
- What would you say to the SFIC donors who helped make your Catholic education possible?
- Tell us something that we don’t know about you.
Jonathan’s book “Bridge The Gaps – Lessons on Self-Awareness, Self-Development, and Self-Care” is also available at Amazon.com. Shop and purchase the book through smile.amazon.com/ch/51-0546401 and Amazon donates to The Scholarship Fund For Inner-City Children. For more information on the book visit http://www.thebridge330.com/.