Though he is still young, Arthur Kerwin’s achievements thus far have been noteworthy. His outstanding involvement in the community complements his already impressive portfolio of scholastic accomplishments. Highly involved in his community, Arthur Kerwin spent a vast amount of time volunteering in Wheaton, Illinois, and surrounding areas. In his first such experience, he tutored children from Marian Park, a low-income housing development. For the past two years, he has also extended his services to the Loaves & Fishes Community Pantry in nearby Naperville. Not only does he help distribute meals, Arthur Kerwin is also the co-founder of the program’s “Adopt a Family” project, which pairs organizations and individuals with families in need during the holidays. Additionally, he assisted Loaves & Fishes with inventory, surveys, documentation, and contracts. Today, he volunteers for the Madison Unemployment Appeals Clinic, where he evaluates unemployment claims and prepares for administrative hearings. Also an academic standout, Arthur Kerwin scored within the top 16,000 of 1.6 million students on the PSAT. After graduating from St. Francis High School in Wheaton, Arthur Kerwin attended The University of Iowa. While there, he spent two semesters on the Dean’s list for exceeding a 3.5 grade point average. With the completion of an undergraduate degree in history, he went on to attend the University of Wisconsin Law School. While pursuing his law degree, Arthur Kerwin utilizes his spare time by tutoring students individually on the LSAT exam. He plans to achieve his Juris Doctor in May 2013.