Coming soon… June 7, 2013 University Life at George Mason University works in partnership with the corporate community to raise funds for diversity and leadership education initiatives––namely Early Identification Program (EIP) and Student TransitionEmpowerment Program (STEP). University Life will host its annual Diversity Scholarship Golf Classic at the South Riding Golf Club in Virginia. Since its inception, [...]
Announcing the winners of the 2013 Operation Rain Barrel Artistic Competition First Place: Campbell ES Second Place: Arlington Mill Third Place: Long Branch ES Honorable Mention: Kenmore People’s Choice: New Directions Congratulations to our winners! Operation Rain Barrel Artistic Competition & Silent Auction was a great success! Thank you to the students and [...]
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Osbourn Park H.S.
Tamara Scott is a 10th grader and second-year student in the Biotechnology Program at Osbourn Park High School in Manassas. This Fall she was selected as one of only two students to represent her school at the three-day STEM Education Conference at the Virginia Military Institute (VMI)…
Liliam Pacheco-Rivera is a graduating senior from Annandale High School in Fairfax County. She is one of the recipients of the EIP full tuition scholarship to George Mason University. The span of her high school career consisted of a lot of work and dedication in her…
Muktaru Jalloh is a graduating senior from Wakefield High School in Arlington County. He dreams of becoming a high school English teacher, this upcoming Fall he will attend Virginia Commonwealth University. Looking back, Muktaru reflects…