By May, $40,000 in contributions had poured in to "Trevor's Campaign for the Homeless." He was invited to address the U.N. General Assembly, then dispatched on a goodwill tour of Africa. Mother Teresa invited the Gladwyne, Penn., teen-ager to spend time at her Home for the Dying and Destitute in Calcutta. Trevor accepted, much to the dismay of his teachers who proceeded to flunk him out of Penn Valley Junior High.
"It's been was an amazing time," he said in an interview this week. "One month I was speaking before the U.N., the next I was flunking my speech class. I guess the group at school was just too small."