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Sophomores Earn Hope Award for Service

Rudy Brandl

On Sunday, May 21, a group of 10 W+H sophomore Global Scholars attended The Empathy Equality Entrepreneurship Mission (TEEEM) Spring Humanitarian Festival at Glen Rock High School. The Wardlaw+Hartridge Global Scholars Program joined TEEEM this year, and is working to develop an ongoing partnership with the Oglala Lakota tribe on the Pine Ridge Reservation of South Dakota. 

At the festival, Wardlaw+Hartridge received $100 toward project initiatives and earned the "Hope Award," given to a new partner school with the most potential for success. Students who attended are pictured left to right: Arjun Vora ’25, Adam Eisdorfer ’25, Jasteij Sappal ’25, Aarya Patel ’25, Giselle Rodgriuez ’25, Amelie Leu ’25, Kate Wolff ’25, Rajwans Sindhar ’25, Hope Naslume ’25 and Tapleen Kaur ’25.