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Ron Stoney Educational Pathways Program (RSEPP)
The Ron Stoney Educational Pathways Program provides the opportunity for Carmel High School students to pursue their dreams through a grant process that opens the door to a variety of educational opportunities. To learn more about Dr. Stoney (CHS Class of '51) and this innovative grant program click HERE.
2019 RSEPP Recipients
We are thrilled to announce this years winners of the Ron Stoney Educational Pathways Program. This year we were able to award nine students grants for special programs that will help further their future careers.
This years winners include: Savanna Martinez, Lyric Tunnell, William Langman, Clementine Chamberlain, Aminah Khalil, Ananda Sudol, Broden Murphy, Hunter Brophy, and Jordy Cabrera.
An active member of "This Club Saves Lives", a CHS founded club, Clementine has been involved in raising funds for the Thirst Project, which helps build clean water wells in developing countries. As one of the recipients of this years RSEPP, she will be attending the Thirst Project 2019 Legacy Summit. During this three day program, she will learn about running a non-profit and successful fundraising techniques. After college, Clementine hopes to pursue a career in the non-profit sector.
Hoping to pursue a future career in orthopedics, Hunter will be attending The Advance Emergency Medicine Program at Stanford University this summer. This 10 day program is an experiential career exploration program for high school students. He will have the opportunity to stay on campus and engage directly with the Stanford University School of Medicine faculty on a daily basis. During the 10-day course, Hunter is excited to learn basic emergency medical procedures such as how to do rescue breaths and chest compressions, how to suture wounds, and how to work as a team when stabilizing a patient. He is excited to experience working with real cadavers during the anatomy lab.
With a passion for the outdoors and a strong desire to improve his leadership skills, William will be attending the Adirondack Trail Improvement Society Leadership Camp in New York this summer. Here he will be immersed in all aspects of planning and leading a backpacking trip. Which includes planning, budgeting, cooking, canoeing, and problem solving which he will be able to use in the future both in and out of the backcountry. In addition this 10 day trek will allow him the opportunity to work closely with other student leaders in the wilderness.