Debbie Mura 732-224-2781
Thomas Berke 732-224-2875

Club Email:

Student Life & Activities:, 732-224-2788

Due to the ongoing pandemic, all club meetings will be held virtually (online). If you are interested in joining, please use the above contact information to get in touch with the club or Student Life & Activities for more details!

Statement of Purpose
The focus of TIN is for student collaboration through community service, outreach programs, and network opportunities to enhance 21st-century project-based workplace skills. This will integrate students into leadership positions by providing them the opportunities and support to do so. TIN uses project-based learning to address real-world problems, both global and in the community. This teaches soft-skills not typically taught in classrooms such as negotiation, compromise, research, project planning, delivery, coordination, and networking. These learned qualities lead to professional success,


Butterfly Garden and Meditation Center Fundraiser Poster Image of Butterfly on an Orange Flower with Greeen Background.             Virtual Wellness Series Light purple with butterfly garden in backgroud of text. Includes schedule of events every Saturday in February