There’s no doubt in our minds that some of tomorrow’s greatest leaders are in our classrooms today. Help us change the world — one young woman at a time by supporting the OLMA 2017-2018 Annual Fund! Make your gift today!
Is there an OLMA classmate, alumna, teacher, coach, or family that stands out in your mind as deserving recognition? If so, we want to know more and invite you to submit a nomination to the 2018 slate of OLMA Hall of Fame inductees. To find out more and make a nomination, please click here.
Get set to play BINGO and WIN DESIGNER BAGS! It all happens on Friday, April 27 in Carew Hall. Doors open at 6 PM and tickets are just $30 each. To reserve your ticket or table (eight paid tickets required), contact Kathy Ryan at email@example.com or Georgina Morrell at firstname.lastname@example.org. All proceeds will benefit the students of OLMA!
Congratulations to 2012 OLMA graduate, Ashton Flora, on being named a member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars. She is currently attending Northern Virginia Community College where she is pursuing a degree in Radiography. Ashton is a recent recipient of a grant from the International Chapter P.E.O. Sisterhood, enabling her to continue her education after it was interrupted for a time. Congratulations, Ashton! We look forward to receiving additional updates.
Proud alumnae moment! Samantha Zarankin, OLMA ’16, competed in the 2018 MAC Swimming Championships in York PA for Widener Univ (School of Nursing) this weekend. She posted Personal Best in the 100 & 200 Breaststroke! Way to go, Sam!
Congratulations to our second alum this week! Tia DuPont, OLMA ’17, attends University of Miami and has been nominated for membership in The National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS). The NSCS is the preeminent honor society that invites and recognizes high-achieving first- and second-year college students across the nation. Less than 10% of entire student body is invited to join. Way to go, Tia!