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Betty Spiropolous and Teresa Cruz from Investors Bank visited the NJ SEEDS office to deliver its annual gift of $20,000. SEEDS’ alumni and current interns Joselyn Jaramillo (second from left, College Scholars '17, Bates College '21) and Chidera White (second from right, Scholars '10, Episcopal High School '14, Hamilton College '18) were on hand with SEEDS' Kristin Walpole (center, Development Officer, Institutional Giving) to offer a personal thank you to Investors for supporting educational access.
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Our partner institutions are a critical piece of the SEEDS story - and of the success of our 2,300 graduates! Learn Michael Gary's SEEDS story from his time working with SEEDS at Pomfret School, Peddie School and Phillips Exeter Academy. And special thanks to all of our partners for their continued support! #25yearsofseeds #25years25stories
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Congratulations to Aphnie Germain (CPP '13) on her graduation from Dickinson College! #njseedsgraduates
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Today, our College Scholars stopped by to visit Rochester Institute of Technology and University of Rochester. Thanks for terrific tours! #csp2018 #seedssummer
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7/10/17
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One of the Alumni Ambassadors at SEEDS' 25th Anniversary Benefit was Dr. Neha Pathak - a member of our very first graduating class! Neha went on to graduate from The Pingry School, Harvard University and Weill Cornell Medicine. Today, she is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Emory University School of Medicine and a Medical Editor at WebMD. Learn how SEEDS helped shape Neha's educational journey. #25yearsofseeds #25years25stories
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Thanks to our Student Advisors at The Hill School for getting this great video! In it, our SAs talk with some of our Summer Challenge Scholars to learn what they like about SEEDS. From friends, to classes, to new opportunities, it sounds like they're enjoying their time with us on campus! (PS - We love the SAs too! 😀 It's always terrific for our students to have SEEDS alumni as mentors during their summer experiences.) #seedssummer https://www.facebook.com/NewJerseySEEDS/
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Thanks Brittany Beckley (CPP '16, Kenyon College '20) for sharing these awesome photos from the Summer of 2014! Brittany and her CPP classmates were on the campus of Hobart and William Smith Colleges for the Summer Collegiate Experience. Today, our College Scholars are wrapping up their second week of that session, ending academic classes next Friday. #seedssummer #tbt #25yearsofseeds
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7/6/17
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Young Scholars in the Classes of 2017 and 2018 began their summer academic session with SEEDS on Monday at Far Brook School. They've been working hard in their academic classes and have been enjoying their time during recess as well! Stay tuned for more photos of our Young Scholars' summer with SEEDS! #seedssummer
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7/5/17
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Thanks Ivana Mejia (Scholars '14, Gill '18) for sharing these incredible pictures from your visit to Iceland with Gill St. Bernard's School! Ivana visited Iceland as part of Gill St. Bernard's Spring Unit. At Gill, "students create projects, make presentations, travel and work with other students in groups in all Spring Unit courses. Spring Unit experiences complement the regular year's course of study by extending knowledge or by providing opportunities to apply learning in a practical way." We hope you enjoyed the experience, Ivana!
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7/5/17
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Thanks Najee Quashie (CPP '17, College of the Holy Cross '21) for sharing these great graduation photos with fellow members of the CPP Class of 2017 at Orange High School. Pictured with Najee are Franca Estimable (Rutgers University—Newark '21), Vanessa Fernandez (Colgate University '21), Tyecese Clarke (Denison University '21) and Silas Bond (Colgate University '21). Congratulations! #njseedsgraduates
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7/3/17
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