Hamburg Teen Selected To Participate In America’s National Teenager Scholarship Program For Gifted Young WomenJuly 9th, 2012 by Submitted
Jordan attends Hamburg High School where she will be a Junior this upcoming School Year and is a member of Promise Land Missionary Baptist Church. She is the daughter of Kenneth and Melissa Lovett.
Jordan’s Platform is “Early Detection of Developmental Delays in Children”.
Jordan has been participating in community service by volunteering at the Boys and Girls Club in Crossett and at First Step in Hamburg.
Contestants who attend ANTSO are among the brightest in the country, having won their state representation through academic, community service, interview and onstage competitions.
“America’s National Teenager was founded in 1970 upon the principles of celebrating a young woman’s smarts and big heart. Therefore, while the world around us has changed, our company has not. We still focus on the female’s academic potential, contribution to community, and the ideals and power that women have, at any age, to make a difference,” states CEO and Owner, Jenny Telwar.
The 2012 National event in San Antonio, TX will consist of several days in competition, and fun city events like a Celebration Party at the Alamo, a Riverwalk Barge parade, and family fun game nights. Winners will walk away with more than $40,000 in scholarships for college along with various other prizes.
“ANTSO truly promotes a positive and enriching experience for all young women involved and their families. While each young woman competes for several thousands in scholarships, she also gets to spend quality time in positive, self-esteem building activities with her family. It’s a win-win for all involved,” states Telwar.
Parents, young women and educators interested in any of ANTSO’s programs, at either the state or national level, are encourage to contact the America’s National Teenager office at 615 405 5107 or visit its website at www.nationalteen.com
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