Wednesday, March 30, 2011

CONTACT: CEP info@edpath.org 917-674-0014 SMEG mark.forrest@savvy-marketing.net 973-230-7560

Center for Educational Pathways Announces Celebrity Musical Mentor ANWAR ROBINSON



Anwar Robinson, Musician, Educator, American Idol Finalist joins the party at The Youth Music Exchange program for the Center for Educational Pathways




New York, NY March 31, 2011 – The Center for Educational Pathways (CEP) is pleased to announce the addition of celebrity educator and musician Anwar Robinson to the Youth Music Exchange family. In his role as musical mentor, Anwar will be helping to spread the word about the positive results being garnered from the program. Anwar hopes to grow and maintain relationships with the children all over the country and abroad who have received this program through their school and communities.


Anwar brings nearly 20 years of professional musical as well as educational experience to his new role. Most recently, Anwar is teaching Music Appreciation to our young children in Elizabeth New Jersey while conducting a full fledged musician’s schedule surrounding his latest CD release, “Everything”. Anwar has always stayed actively involved in community works whether he was touring or performing on stage.



The Center for Educational Pathways, directed by Dr. Michael Bitz has been a part of the educational community for 10 years now, starting with the globally popular Comic Book Project and has provided their programs to over hundreds of schools across the nation, as well as in Mexico and Zimbabwe, Africa. The Youth Music Exchange is youth-managed record labels inside schools and afterschool programs across the US.



In his first appearance as mentor, Anwar hopes to surprise students from the Manley Career Academy, run by James Walton, Jr., in Chicago, Illinois on May 6th, where a group tested out the program and cut their very own CD. The venue is the Bethel New Life located at 1140 N Lamon Avenue, Chicago IL 60651. The youth are being honored with their very own community CD Release Party and the festivities begin at 6pm.



For radio, satellite or print interviews with Dr. Michael Bitz, please contact the Center for Educational Pathway offices at 917-674-0014.



For radio, satellite or print interviews with Anwar Robinson, please contact his Management Team: Savoy Walker and Mark Forrest of SAVVY-Marketing Entertainment Group at: http://smegsite.com/ or 973-230-7560.



More information about the Comic Book Project, The Youth Music Exchange and other new programs coming soon are available at The Center for Educational Pathways website http://edpath.org/.

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