Congratulations to these women who were awarded $10,000 each by the Make Sense Foundation!
Kendall Berry – Jacksonville, Florida
Kendall has chosen to attend Louisiana State University where she will major in Theater. Break a leg, Kendall!
Emily Bischoff – St. Louis, Missouri
Emily plans to study biology at Brandeis University to prepare her for a career in medical research.
Samantha DuHack – Galena, Illinois
Samantha has volunteered many hours to tutor younger students which helped her develop a love for teaching a subject she is passionate about – math! Sam will study at Grinnell University to become a math teacher.
Emily Ebert – Henry, Illinois
Emily is completing her second year at Union University in Tennessee. She plans to attend medical school and use her degree to work with and for victims of human trafficking.
Lindsay Hall – Sapulpa, Oklahoma
Lindsay will attend Oklahoma State University where she will earn a degree in Biomedical Engineering before going on to medical school. She wants to become a pediatrician so she can help and encourage kids to live up to their potential.
Erika Hernandez – Harlingen, Texas
Erika will attend Dartmouth College where she will study to become a psychiatrist and psychology researcher to make an impact on the state of mental and emotional health in communities across the United States.
Faith Johnson – Knoxville, Tennessee
Faith will attend the University of South Florida at Tampa where she will focus her studies on children’s mental health.
Paige Klein – Bakersfield, California
Paige is excited to begin her studies in psychology at San Diego State University.
Triniti Krauss – Colorado Springs, Colorado
Triniti will attend Simpson College in Iowa. She will pursue a degree in Global Management and International Relations leading ultimately to a career in economic development, perhaps in the non-profit sector.
Madison McGhan – Reno, Nevada
Maddie is completing her first year at the University of Nevada Reno. She wants to become an elementary teacher with an endorsement in teaching English as a second language in hopes of one day doing missions work.
Sophia Phillips – Virginia Beach, Virginia
Sophia will attend Virginia Tech where she will be studying cognitive and behavioral neuroscience. She plans on becoming a pediatric neuropsychologist.
Congratulations to the 2018 winners of the Make Sense Foundation Scholarships!