Meet Forman Scholar Kyla Avant. She is a freshman at the University of Scranton and is majoring in Occupational Therapy. Her compassionate and nurturing manner will surely lead to outstanding success in this field. Have a wonderful freshman year, Kyla!
Meet Forman Scholar Michaela DuBois. She is in her freshman year at Bucknell University where she is majoring in mathematics. She also has a keen interest in the theater arts and hopes to incorporate that into her studies as well. We wish you all the best, MIchaela!
Meet Forman Scholar Tariq Justice. He is in his freshman year at Rutgers University, New Brunswick. He has yet to decide which major he will choose but is leaning toward sports management or business. Whatever he decides, we know he will be great at it! Good luck, Tariq!
Meet Forman Scholar Katie Ridgway. Katie is a freshman at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ. She is majoring in pre vet/animal science. Katie has been a skilled horsewoman for many years so she is carrying over her love for animals into her college studies. She's well on her way to becoming a great veterinarian someday!
Meet Forman Scholar Sarah Sharp. Sarah is a freshman at Stockton University majoring in psychology. Sarah begins her college career with a list of very impressive list of high school accomplishments, including graduating as the valedictorian of the 2018 class of Salem High School. We know she will do great things at Stockton. Best of luck, Sarah!
Meet Forman Scholar Starrchild Jackson. He is in his freshman year at American University. His major area of study is Interdisciplinary Studies: Communications, Legal Institutions, Economics and Government. During his high school career he held many leadership positions, and it's no surprise that he would venture into these curriculum areas as he pursues a career in politics. Make the most of living in Washington D.C., Starr!
Meet Forman Scholar Sierra Brown. Sierra is in her freshman year at Stockton University in New Jersey and is majoring in psychology. She loves the beautiful campus and learning environment at Stockton and is excited about starting a new experience in college. Stockton is lucky to have her!
Meet Forman Scholar Mya Avant, a junior at Penn State University majoring in sociology. Mya graduated from Salem High School with multiple honors and achievements and is continuing with her stellar academic achievements at Penn State. After graduation, she plans to attend law school. You're awesome, Mya!
Meet Forman Scholar Elizabeth Hogate. "Lissie," as she is better known, as is a junior at East Stroudsburg University and is majoring in business management and hospitality. Her goal is to become an event planner, and she is already getting a jump start in that career by assisting with event planning at the Salem Country Club. With her drive and enthusiasm, she is sure to be very successful!
Meet Forman Scholar Ayanna Chapman. A committed student, a talented athlete, and a volunteer in the community, Ayanna is majoring in political science at Rowan University and is in her sophomore year this fall. She has aspirations to become a lawyer someday. We have no doubt she will be successful!
Meet Forman Scholar Samantha Miller. Samantha is a junior at Kutztown University and is majoring in Commercial Music. This particular major opens up many doors in the field of music after graduation, so we're excited to see where Samantha goes with this degree. Her beautiful voice and skilled clarinet playing will obviously have a tremendous impact on her upcoming career. We're sure we'll be singing her praises for many years to come!
Meet Forman Scholar Elise Davenport. Elise is a well-rounded student athlete who had been involved in multiple activities while in high school and within her community. She has participated in community garden volunteer projects, various areas of performing arts, and multiple years in student council, and has continued that active lifestyle in college. Elise is pursuing a career in Nursing and is in her sophomore year at Messiah College in Pennsylvania. Have a wonderful year, Elise!
Meet Forman Scholar Thomas Poliski, a junior at Georgia Tech. He is majoring in mechanical engineering and this summer, he spent several months continuing his studies at Georgia Tech Lorraine in Metz, France. What a wonderful opportunity! After graduation he hopes to join the exciting start-up world. Best of luck Thomas! Forman would be proud!
Meet Forman Scholar Destiny Green, a sophomore at Rowan University. She is a talented and committed young woman with a long list of accomplishments. Destiny made the most of her days as a Salem Ram as a member of choir, marching band, and Future Business Leaders of America, and now at Rowan, she is majoring in the world of biology. Have a great year, Destiny!
Meet Forman Scholar and 2016 Salem High School Valedictorian Abigail Sharp, a junior at George Washington University. She is majoring in systems engineering and minoring in business administration and hopes to use her education to pursue a career in project management. We love your ambition, Abigail! We know you can do it!
Meet Forman Scholar Noah Underwood, a junior at Rowan University. Noah was an athlete at Salem High School, and in college, he is majoring in athletic training. His dream is to become an athletic trainer for a professional sports team. You can do anything you put your mind to, Noah!
Meet Forman Scholar S'Deionna Washington, who is a junior year at Delaware State University. She is majoring in public health, and after college, she hopes to work in the medical field as a nurse or healthcare administrator. We're excited for you, S'Deionna!
Meet Forman Scholar Arianna Lapp who is in her sophomore year at Rutgers University, New Brunswick. With plans to become an entrepreneur one day, Arianna has already begun to lay a foundation for success. During high school, Arianna knew the value of a well-rounded experience, achieving academic excellence with participation in varsity sports, student council, theater and the STEM engineering club. She is continuing with that busy schedule at Rutgers and is involved in a myriad of activities! Have a great year, Arianna!
Meet Forman Scholar Adam Dodds. Adam is beginning his junior year at Cairn University in Langhorne, Pennsylvania. Adam is majoring in accounting and looks forward to a successful career in the business world. Have a great year, Adam!
Meet Forman Scholar Emily Hill, who is attending the University of Tampa and studying athletic training. Emily is in her sophomore year at Tampa and loves the warm and sunny learning environment that the university affords. Emily’s leadership skills were honed at Salem High School through her role as the varsity soccer captain and dual management positions for baseball and wrestling. Have a great year, Emily!
Meet Forman Scholar Brittany Garcia, is a senior studying painting at Rutgers University (Camden) in hopes of going into the field of illustration. She is hoping to create her own illustrated books and comics after graduation, and would, as she says, "keep a smile on my face every day. I'm always looking forward to whatever may lie ahead!" Good luck in your final year, Brittany!
Meet Forman Scholar Tanner Humphreys. He's a senior accounting major at St. Joseph's University and plans to find a successful career in financial services after graduation. "The Foundation's always there with a helping hand when I need it," he says. We're happy to help, Tanner! Good luck!
Meet Forman Scholar Dominique Johnson, who is in her senior year at Salisbury University in Maryland. Dominique dreams of being a world-renowned author and says her education has been crucial in getting her to where she is today. We wish you all the best, Dominique!
Meet Forman Scholar Tiasia Tatem, who is in her senior year at Rutgers University in Camden studying political science. After graduation, Tiasia dreams of attending law school and practicing family law. "My goal in life is to make a difference in someone else's life," she says. We have no doubt you'll do just that, Tiasia!
Meet Forman Scholar Megan Sharp, who in her final year at Thomas Jefferson College studying occupational therapy. "I hope to make an impact on the world," she says. "I find that I'm most happy when I am making a difference." You are amazing, Megan, and we know you'll do just that!