Vincent Wiedemann ’19 Selected to Join NYC Neighborhood 360° Fellowship Program

Wiedemann will learn about commercial revitalization and develop leadership skills.

Manhattan College students continue to solidify their connections to New York City.

Rob Walsh, Vincent Wiedemann, Brother Daniel Gardner on quadrangle

Vincent Wiedemann (center) with Rob Walsh, senior advisor to the president (left), and Brother Daniel Gardner, FSC, assistant director, graduate and fellowship advisement (right)

Vincent Wiedemann ’19, a Staten Island native, will join the Neighborhood 360° Fellowship Program after he graduates with a bachelor’s degree in history on Friday, May 17.

The Neighborhood 360° Fellowship Program is a partnership between Coro NY Leadership and the NYC Department of Small Business Services. During the 10-month program, Fellows are placed in community-based organizations across New York City where they learn new approaches to commercial revitalization and also develop leadership skills through weekly seminars.

A history major with a double minor in business and philosophy, Wiedemann was captain of the Jaspers’ men’s club rowing team, was a member of the Phi Beta Kappa, Epsilon Sigma Pi, Phi Alpha Theta and Phi Sigma Tau honor societies.

He worked on the game day staff for Manhattan College athletics events for four years, and was the associate crew coach at Horace Mann High School. Wiedemann has also volunteered his time with Catholic Charities and worked at the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society as a research assistant.

Wiedemann will graduate alongside nearly 900 of his classmates at Manhattan College’s Undergraduate Commencement on Friday, May 17 at Draddy Gymnasium. For more information on the 2019 Commencement activities, visit