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 Strong Scholarship Winner Spring 2016

Erica Powell  Spring 2016 Strong Scholarship Recipient Erica Ja'Mese Powell is a Senior and first generation college student at Fayetteville State University. She received her Associate's Degree in Early Childhood Education, graduating with a 4.0 GPA and has maintained her high GPA while at FSU. She is student teaching at Don D. Elementary School in Hoke County. On campus, she is actively involved in many organizations such as Black Millennium Modeling Club as the Show Coordinator, The National Council of Negro Women, National Society of Leadership and Success, Sigma Alpha Pi, Pi Lambda Theta Honor Society, Orientation Leader and My Sister's Keeper. She is also a second year Resident Assistant. She is also the current 2015-2016 Miss Phi Beta Sigma at Fayetteville State University. Off campus, Erica is a Girl Scout Troop Leader and volunteers in the community to help feed the homeless in Fayetteville. She also participates yearly in the National Walk for Autism Speaks for children with Autism. Whenever she can, Erica volunteers at her former job Greene Lamp Head Start helping around the classroom. After graduating, Erica plans attend Graduate school and teach Kindergarten because of her love for children.  

Danesha M. Brown is from Elizabethtown North Carolina. She is currently a senior seeking her Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education with a concentration is reading. She is completing her student teaching at Howard Hall Elementary and when she completes her degree she wants to further her career and work towards a Master's degree in School Administration at Fayetteville State University. Ever since she was a child, she wanted to become a teacher. Her mother. Connie L. Freeman, has been a teacher assistant and bus driver for many years in her hometown. She believes that " Teachers are willing let their jobs consume them, and that end of the year they will be burned out just like a candle burns down to its wick. They will do this just to make sure their students succeed and prosper academically." This is how she wants to be when she becomes a teacher; she wants to give all she has to her students to make sure that they are successful.

 Lindsey Cavaco was the Strong Scholarship Winner for Fall 2015     


 Stacey Ayers was the Strong Scholarship Winner for Spring 2015

Congratulations to Beth Williams the Winner of the Entre Nous Scholarship (1,200.00)

  Sarah Jennen is the winner of the Ruby Wilkerson Scholarship Winner for Spring 2016 

Elementary Education Major's Club Queen Shirlene Bittle, Club President, Ashley Halstead and Escort Jason Carnes (Elementary Education Candidate)

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