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WHERE ARE THEY NOW?

An update of previous Clarkston Education Foundation scholarship recipients

Foundation Scholars

Class of 2004
Afton Wicks is currently attending Lewis Clark State College working towards her Nursing Degree.

Class of 2005
Kathryn DeVleming graduated from Whitman College with a History Degree.  She was recognized as an outstanding Senior in the History Division.  She is heading to Japan to teach English at a small private school.

Class of 2007
Megan VanCleave is a Junior at University of Idaho.  She made the 2009 Dean’s List and her ultimate goal is to become a High School Counselor.

Class of 2008
Brian Johnson is a sophomore at Montana State University-Bozeman majoring in Mechanical Engineering.

Brent McGreer Leadership Scholars

Class of 2005
Breanne Durham graduated from Whitworth University with a degree in Peace Studies.  She is now working at Lewis Clark State College as the “Service Learning, Volunteer Center & First Book Coordinator.”

Class of 2007
Megan VanCleave is a Junior at University of Idaho.  She made the 2009 Dean’s List and her ultimate goal is to become a High School Counselor.
           
Class of 2008
Briana Mock is a sophomore attending Eastern Washington University.  She made the Dean’s List for Spring 2009.

Setlow Memorial Science Scholars

Class of 2006
Jordan Starr is a Senior at the University of Washington and will graduate in the Spring of 2010.  He is working with two different research groups in preparation for medical school (location still undecided), and volunteers as an EMT for a homeless shelter in the Seattle area.  He made the Dean’s List for 2009. 

Class of 2007
Indigo Starr is at the University of Washington majoring in Biology with a focus in Physiology.  In two years, she plans on going to graduate school to get her Doctorate in Physical Therapy.  She worked at a summer camp in Minnesota working with people that are physically disabled.  It was a tremendous learning experience and equally rewarding for her.  This coming year will be her junior year and she will be volunteering at Seattle Children’s Hospital and working at a lab researching rehabilitation medicine.

Class of 2008 
Jeff Johnson is a sophomore at Montana State University-Bozeman majoring in Electrical Engineering.

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