*Students receiving the 2024 HCSS Scholarship must meet the following requirements:
– GPA of a 3.0 or higher
– Be a Hanover County Resident
– Attend a Hanover County Public School (i.e. Atlee, Hanover, Mechanicsville or Patrick Henry High School)
– Have community service or work experience with people who have developmental disabilities, mental health challenges, and/or substance use disorder
– Plans to pursue a degree in one of the following: Special Education, Music Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Social Work, Early Intervention, Adapted Physical Education, Speech-Language Pathology, Therapeutic Recreation, etc.
Emma Sellors is a student graduating from Atlee High school and attending the University of Mary Washington to study Psychology, hoping to become a pediatric occupational therapist! She enjoys helping those who have special needs, and has been doing so for over 5 years through Challenger, All star, Tilt, Bridge Builders, nannying, and more. She also has spent the last year working on a mental health project, the You Are Loved Project, which helps spreading awareness for suicide and mental health!
I am Jazmin Johnson graduating from Hanover High School and I will attending UNCW in the fall in hopes to double major in psychology and recreational therapy. I enjoy anything involving music whether that is dancing singing, or playing viola. I also love working with special needs individuals and going to events that my church holds for my youth group every week.