Nick Pellitta is a Rutgers Presidential Scholar in the Honors College studying Political Science, Economics, Spanish, and International & Global Studies in the School of Arts & Sciences. He has spent the last two summers working on a statewide election and interning for the office of Senator Cory Booker, as well as conducting research for Professor Mason Ameri investigating job search outcomes for people with disabilities. At Rutgers, Nick serves as the President of the Honors College Student Advisory Board, an organization meant to facilitate conversation between students and faculty, contribute to the development of administrative policy, and improve the Honors College student experience. He is also the cofounder of A2E, an afterschool tutoring program at Roosevelt Elementary School in New Brunswick, as well as the Director of Staff for Rutgers Model United Nations, Secretary of the RUSA Allocations Board, and a brother in Chi Psi Fraternity. Nick has particular interest in American government, political strategy, and dance.