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Meet Our 2014 Aim Higher Fellows!

FC2S Staff | May 31st, 2014

Aim HigherAIM HIGHER uses video and social media to engage foster parents, social workers, mentors and employers in FC2S’ national movement to link education and training to employment and successful adulthood. 

Our 2014 Aim Higher Fellows came to Washington DC for two weeks of training on effective ways to share their stories to inspire others in foster care to pursue their own postsecondary education or training dreams.

Each Fellow is an outstanding student who represents the thousands of foster youth in colleges across the country.  Click  on 2014 Fellows – Bios to find out more about them.

 ALABAMAWillie Reeves, 21, University of Alabama and Andrew Thomas, 21, Jacksonville State University

ARIZONAZakeeyah Habeel, 19, Arizona State University

CALIFORNIAGabriel Mendez, 21, Fullerton College; Bette Maisel, 25, Notre Dame du Mur; and Lilly Pan, 21, Saddleback College

COLORADOMercedez Taylor, 20, Colorado Mesa University

ILLINOIS - Nicole Everett, 18, Kentucky State University

MARYLANDLacresha White, 22, Frostburg State University*

MISSOURIChristian Bolding, 21, Ozarks Technical Community College and Torri Lippold, 20, Missouri State University

NEW YORKLatara Bell, 21, SUNY, Cortland;* Angelique Salizan, 21, Binghamton University; Shavonn Wheeler, 21, John Jay College of Criminal Justice and Mia Groh, 22, Rochester Institute of Technology

NORTH CAROLINAIsaiah Dorty, 19, Winston Salem State University; Kashawn McRavion-Little, 22, NC A&T University* (second year Fellow); Jason Robinson, 24, Central Piedmont Community College and Daniel “Lee” Vandenberg, 21, Appalachian State University

OHIOEric Gbur, 21, Youngstown State University; Shuana Jones, 21, Wright State University* and Megan Tipton, 22, Ohio University*

WASHINGTON STATEGabriel Kruse, 21, North Idaho College

 * May 2014 graduate

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