These students are hungry for new challenges in their lives. Take a minute to look at their GoEnnounce Student Pages and see what good they are doing for their futures!
Maritza is an enthusiastic student at Hubbard High School. Currently she has been giving back to her community, excelling in school, and is an Illinois State Scholar. She has big plans for her future to become a child psychologist. In addition to that, she wants to be the one to develop a new way to diagnose depression. Maritza has big dreams for her educational future that she wishes to accomplish at Loyola University in Chicago. Her biggest dream is not only to become a child psychologist, but to also create and publish a revolutionary study of the effects of anti-depressants in a child’s mind. However to do this, Martiza needs to get the funds to go to Loyola University, and we think she deserves it. Don’t you? Help her our by donating to her mission, and help make her dream into a reality!
Schuyler is a senior at Dordt College and is planning to attend Alabama A&M University to receive her master’s degree in Urban and Regional Planning. She is currently a member of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society at her college, and she is also involved in a Community Outreach Program club at Dordt College. Schuyler loves giving back to her community and her current mission encourages it. Her goal is to travel to Zambia, Africa to study as well as immerse herself into the culture and society there. After all her education Iowa, Schuyler is eager to learn more! We think she deserves all the help she can get. Take a look at her Zambia Cross Culture Experience Mission page and see if you agree!
As a senior at Freehold High School, Liezl is more than an over achiever. She was ranked as the #1 student in her junior class of 410 students at her school, she was 1 of 4 students chosen in the United States for the Google Code-In grand prize winners, and she was 2nd place in her team of high school students at a college hackathon, HackRU 2013, competition. If all that wasn’t enough to convince you, Liezl was recognized as an Intel STS semifinalist for her paper about the development of Android games for stroke rehabilitation as well as a Kinect navigation system for the blind. To say Liezl is doing big things currently, would be an understatement. Now, she needs help to learn more about computer software so that she can start interning at companies, all before she enters the college world. We believe that Liezl is such a focused and dedicated student, that she can make anything happen. Help Liezel out by checking out her fundraising page and see if you can support her!
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