Serve It Forward Scholarship Recipients 2010

University of Phoenix and Hands On Network congratulates the 2010 Serve It Forward Scholarship Recipients.

Vicky Carlson – Tigard, Oregon

Action Center: HandsOn Portland

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Eric Hunter – Colorado Springs, California

LaTonika Johnson – Cordova, Tennessee

Action Center – HandsOn Nashville

Leslie Kirkwood- Neptune Beach, Florida

Action Center: HandsOn Jacksonville

Nicole Medley – Scio, Oregon

Action Center: HandsOn Mid-Williamette Valley

Lindsay Nelson – Hillsboro, Oregon

Action Center: HandsOn Portland

Teresa Patterson – Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Action Center: Volunteer Broward

Shavora Steward – Forest Park, Illinois

Action Center: Chicago Cares

Jeremy Simpson – Fredericksburg, Virginia

Action Center: Rappahannock Goodwill

Jonah Tice – Oakland, California

Action Center: HandsOn Bay Area

Kimberly Williams – Plant City, Florida

Felicia Wright – Jacksonville, Florida

Action Center: HandsOn Sacramento

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Megan Kerkorian – Sacramento, California

Action Center- HandsOn Sacramento

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LaTiesha Spellman – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Action Center: Greater Philadelphia

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Laura Taylor – Sacramento, California

Action Center: HandsOn Sacramento

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Connie Slingbaum – Havertown, PN

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Rachel Jenkins New Jersey

Affiliate – Volunteer Connect

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Luz Castellanos – Frederick, Maryland

Action Center: Volunteer Frederick

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Misty Hogan – La Quinta, California

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Deborah Rhuby – Colorado Springs, Colorado

University of Phoenix is pleased to be an official education partner of the HandsOn Network. Together, we will work to provide educational opportunities to HandsOn Network volunteers and national affiliate staff. As part of the partnership, the University of Phoenix has established the “Serve It Forward” Scholarship program with the HandsOn Network,the volunteer-focused arm of Points of Light Institute, which is one of the largest volunteer networks in the nation. 

Through the Serve It Forward scholarship program individual volunteers will be empowered to achieve their educational goals and career aspirations, including the further development of their leadership and service abilities. As part of an ongoing commitment to provide access to educational opportunities and help promote quality leaders in our communities, University of Phoenix in partnership with HandsOn Network offers twenty (20) full-tuition and fee scholarships to volunteers to start and complete an undergraduate or master’s degree program of choice. Recipients may choose to attend a University of Phoenix local campus or may attend University of Phoenix online.