Student Highlight Josef Chamera TAP Foundation Scholar 2019
Meet our 2021 Scholarship Winners
1, Nicholas Grempler – 2020 and 2021 TAP Scholarship Recipient – is a raising sophomore at the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC) double major Political Science and History and minor in Spanish. 2. London Brown – graduating from Wilde Lake High School in Columbia MD. London will be attending University of Texas at Dallas majoring in Speech and Language Pathology. 3. Genna Andreasik – graduating from Eastern Technical High School. Genna will be attending University of Lynchburg in Virginia majoring in Nursing and minor in Sports Medicine. 4. Kaiya Fox – 2020 and 2021 TAP Scholarship Recipient – is a raising sophomore at Old Dominion University in Virginia majoring in Nursing. 5. Lauren Burroughs – graduated from James Woods High School and Lord Fairfax Community College in 2020 with her Associate’s Degree. Lauren is a raising senior at Shenandoah University in Virginia majoring in Psychology and minor in Biology.
TAP Scholar Update
2020 TAP Scholars
Nicholas Grempler, a 2020 graduate of Catonsville High School will attend the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC). He plans to major in political science and history, and minor in Spanish. Also, he is a member of the Public Affairs Scholars Program.
Kaiya Fox, a 2020 graduate of Western School of Technology and Environmental Science, will attend Old Dominion University. She plans to major in nursing.
Jada Graham, a rising senior at Hampton University is majoring in biology with a pre – dental concentration. She is a multi-year TAP Foundation Scholarship recipient.
Favour Ujoatuonu, a 2020 graduate of Western School Technology and Environmental Science. She plans to attend Drexel University, majoring in environmental science.
Viviana Pardo-Nunez is a 2020 graduate of Columbia University. While at Columbia, Viviana studied Creative Writing and Drama & Theatre Arts with concentrations in Poetry and Acting. During her time at Columbia, Viviana was a 2019 National Young Playwright in Residence with the Echo Theater Company. She also completed residencies with two theater companies in New York where she worked on plays entitled, Medusa, Underwater, and her play, And the Trees Fall Down, which drew from her family’s struggle during Hurricane Maria. Viviana’s self-published book, The Art of White Roses, won the 2017 Burt Award for Caribbean Young Adult Literature which guaranteed 2,500 copies to be purchased and distributed to children Trinidad and Jamaica.
Pamela Jackson 2016 Scholarship Winner
Pamela Jackson is a 2020 graduate of Temple University with a degree in Geography and Urban Studies. While at Temple, Pamela achieved the Dean’s List, became a tutor at an afterschool program for elementary school students, participated in a mentoring program, and was selected to be a Resident Assistant. Pamela was also granted a summer long fellowship with the University of South Dakota to do research on sustainability.