TCC student Jordan Griffin named Champion of Service
TCC sophomore Jordan Griffin has received a Champion of Service Award from Volunteer Florida. The award honors individuals and groups for their outstanding efforts in volunteerism and service.
The award was presented at a ceremony at the Florida Governor's Mansion on March 23. Jordan Griffin was joined at the presentation by his parents, Patricia and Lloyd Griffin.
Griffin currently serves as president of the Black Male Achievers Program at TCC. He has also served as a legislative intern for Representative Sharon Pritchett. In the last several years, Griffin has participated in volunteer activities such as mentoring fifth graders with fellow BMA members at John G. Riley Elementary School, volunteering at the John G. Riley Center and Museum, and serving as a TCC peer leader.
Griffin has also been an officer in the Florida State Primitive Baptist Youth Convention since 2014. This year, he is the president and oversees the youth ministries of all Primitive Baptist churches in Florida.
Griffin is an alum of Lawton Chiles High School in Tallahassee. After graduating from TCC, he plans to attend Morehouse College in Atlanta to pursue a degree in political science. He aspires to be a politician and a civil rights and social justice activist while being the pastor of his own church.