From rock star, to team owner to foundation chairman, they're all just mile markers along this journey and that is the power of "we".No one is an island. No one can do it alone.Not government alone, not the private sector alone.It takes great partners like I've had with Mayor Redd, and Chief Thompson.It takes great partnerships like the Heart of Camden, the St. Joseph Carpenter Society, and Hopeworks in Camden.It takes everyone from nuns to rock stars.And it takes you! But you already know that, because you've seen it. Because you've done it.For me the issue of hunger and homelessness feels right. For you, it may be something else.So find that something, be passionate about it and start that ripple.Be that change! That's what you do, that's what you've done.When called upon, your class harnessed change and made it work for justice.You could have easily used technology to relax and play video games,but your class used it as a map, to map this community to make sure that people got services to those who were in need.You could have used your knowledge to manipulate others with less, but you used it to come together to reopen the Cooper Park.You could have used your time for you.But instead, over the course of just one school year, you, the students of Rutgers-Camden, did almost 35 years of community service.