Washington Township High School Seniors Attend College Fair

WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP – Washington Township High School seniors had a taste for the college life on Tuesday, November 17th. 
Twenty students from the school visited the Malcolm Bernard Historically Black Colleges and Universities College Fair, along with 45 schools, at the Susquehanna Bank Center.
Several guidance counselors accompanied the students, including Karin Carpenter, Judy Nelson, Tanya Brown Johnson, and intern Danielle Brasco. In addition to a face-to-face interaction, the students were also admitted onsite with their completed application package, an official transcript, and ACT/SAT scores. The SAT scores included in the package met the minimum requirement for schools that the students planned on pursuing.
The Malcolm Bernard Historically Black Colleges and Universities College Fair is a non-profit, volunteer organization that partners with community and state agencies to introduce a multitude of students, eager to learn about higher education opportunities, to college admissions representatives from the campuses of Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
The seniors who were present at the fair included Oluchi Akumuo, Maureen Akumuo, Aisha Banks, Kariyah Bennett, Tara Brookins, Tatianna Davis, Keith Eskridge, Precious Farmer, Zachari Glover, Diamond Hackley, Imani Hamilton, Jaylen Kelly, Adrianna Medley, Lauren Miller, Kalayah Powell, Charles Reamon, Destiny Taylor, Jayonna Walker, Chyna Williams, and Marquis Yancy.

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