Neeta Patel is a first-year student at Princeton University. Throughout her high school career, she was very involved in the Camden County 4-H Program. She went on to serve as an AmeriCorps member in the Camden County 4-H Program in 2010 and 2011. After graduating from high school in 2011, she was inspired to take a gap year in Ghana, West Africa as part of Princeton University’s Bridge Year Program. While there, she taught math and computer classes for four months to the 65 youth in a rural village. By the end of her gap year, she had raised funds of over $2000 to build a computer lab with several computers for the students to use.