2021-2022 Mr. North Carolina Central
University Alumni Contestant,
Representing the Durham Chapter,
Scholarship Fundraiser


I Am
Jim C. Harper, II

and I am soliciting your support and donations
as I seek to represent you as your 2021 Mr. NCCU Alumni.

Chair and Professor
of History at

North Carolina Central University

As a Silver Eagle (25 Year Alum) I wish to continue to work
to support our current students
as well as
the next generation of students
at North Carolina Central University

This scholarship
fundraiser will help

students complete their studies at
North Carolina Central University.

About
Jim C. Harper, II

To view Biography about Jim Harper, II, click Here.
To view Resume, click Here.

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A message for you and the Alumni of North Carolina Central University.

Driven by his desire to teach and inspire, Mount Olive, North Carolina native, Jim C. Harper, II, has spent over two decades sharing the knowledge needed to grow and succeed through lessons of the past.

As a financial member of the NCCU Durham Alumni Chapter and the National Alumni Association Jim C. Harper, II is committed to serving the students, faculty and staff of North Carolina Central University. In his more than twenty-year career at NCCU he has served in several capacities: Visiting Lecturer, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Interim Dean of the College of Liberal Arts, as well as Chair and Professor of History. He has received every Excellence in Teaching award awarded at NCCU as well as the highest Excellence in Teaching award given by the University of North Carolina Board of Governors. In addition, he has received several awards for his service to Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. including Superior Service Award (2007), Omega Man of the Year for Beta Phi chapter (2008), Omega Man of the Year for the Sixth District (2009). In 2010 he was recognized as the Spectacular Man of the Year in Education and in 2020 he received the Colonel Charles Young Trailblazer Award.


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Background/
Achievements

In 2014, I received the Highest Teaching Award the University of NC Board of Governors recognizes, the UNC Board of Governors Excellence in Teaching Award.

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    Lowes Grove Student Government Leadership

    2014

    Lowe’s Grove Middle School is a school where all children learn at high levels and leave fully prepared, academically, socially and behaviorally to graduate from both high school and post high school programs.

  • Bro. Harper is pictured with Omega Men who are also fellow veterans of the United States Marine Corps including Bro. Walter Hill, (pictured in the center) a member of the Montford Point Marines.

    2020

    The opportunity for African-Americans to enlist and serve in the Marine Corps came in 1942 as the Corps began to recruit qualified African-American men. The men who enlisted in response completed recruit training at Montford Point, North Carolina during a time and place where racism and segregation were a part of everyday life. Between 1942 and 1949, approximately 20,000 African-American men completed recruit training and became known as the "Montford Point Marines." Despite the challenges presented to those Montford Point Marines, their valor and performance at Peleliu, Iwo Jima, the Chosen Reservoir, Vietnam, and more paved the way for our present integrated armed forces.

  • Southern Wayne High School Students Recruitment Visit

    2020

    The mission of Southern Wayne High School, in partnership with students, faculty, parents and the community, is to use rigor, relevance and relationships to enable all students to become successful graduates who are globally competitive in the 21st century.

  • Lowes Grove Student Government Leadership

    2014

    Lowe’s Grove Middle School is a school where all children learn at high levels and leave fully prepared, academically, socially and behaviorally to graduate from both high school and post high school programs.

  • Bro. Harper is pictured with Omega Men who are also fellow veterans of the United States Marine Corps including Bro. Walter Hill, (pictured in the center) a member of the Montford Point Marines.

    2020

    The opportunity for African-Americans to enlist and serve in the Marine Corps came in 1942 as the Corps began to recruit qualified African-American men. The men who enlisted in response completed recruit training at Montford Point, North Carolina during a time and place where racism and segregation were a part of everyday life. Between 1942 and 1949, approximately 20,000 African-American men completed recruit training and became known as the "Montford Point Marines." Despite the challenges presented to those Montford Point Marines, their valor and performance at Peleliu, Iwo Jima, the Chosen Reservoir, Vietnam, and more paved the way for our present integrated armed forces.

  • Southern Wayne High School Students Recruitment Visit

    2020

    The mission of Southern Wayne High School, in partnership with students, faculty, parents and the community, is to use rigor, relevance and relationships to enable all students to become successful graduates who are globally competitive in the 21st century.


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Thank you in advance for your consideration of this request for your support and your donation as I seek to represent you as the 2021 Mr. NCCU Alumni.