- Create transitions that lead to success in college and career for Western Michigan University students from foster care ages 18 to 25 years old.
- Develop a community of scholars among WMU students who have aged out of foster care, and create a safe community to deconstruct and reconstruct identity.
- Educate WMU students from foster care and their support network to enhance their professional skill set.
- Transform WMU students from foster care by integrating experiences from students’ past to build opportunities for their future.
- Made the Dean’s List in colleges across campus.
- Studied abroad in a variety of countries including Italy, Spain, Australia, and Argentina.
- Served as assistants in the residence halls on campus.
- Participated in club and varsity sports.
- Held leadership positions in student organizations across campus.
- Spoken at conferences across the nation and advocated for youth in foster care.
Take a moment and browse through the Seita Scholars annual report for more highlights from 2014-15.