School: New York University, Stern School of Business
Joshua graduated The Masters School in Dobbs Ferry, NY. Of the 12,000 applicants to NYU’s Stern School of Business this year, only 612 have been admitted to begin the fall semester – Joshua was one of the 5% of applicants who made it in to the highly selective school. While attending prep school, Joshua was a 4-year member of gold key, which is the school’s touring service for prospective students; president of the Dobbs Athletic Association, a leadership club for all athletes at the school, a 2-year member of the Disciplinary Committee where teachers and student members discuss punishments for students who break the rules; head of the school’s Diversity Committee, was a math and statistics peer tutor for underclassmen; on the Boys Varsity Track and; on the Boys Varsity Basketball team for 4 years, serving as Captain during senior year.
Joshua will be playing for the NYU Violets Men’s Basketball team, which currently competes in NCAA Division III. However, while in college, his academic studies will come first. With his busy academic and extra-curricular schedule, he also volunteers for his father, Ted Bunch who is co-founder and co-director of the nonprofit, A Call To Men (acalltomen.org), which is an organization that promotes a healthy and respectable manhood including the end to domestic violence.