Bright futures lie ahead for Hopi graduates

The Hopi Tribe Grants and Scholarships Program is proud to announce that a number of Hopi students have completed their college educations this year. At this time, we are funding Hopi students' education at schools across the nation, including Hawaii. Congratulations go out to the following students for a job well done in accomplishing their educational goal.

Alyssa Fredericks from the village of Kykotsmovi/Sichomovi received a bachelor of science in athletic training from Fort Lewis College. Amanda Langley from the village of Kykotsmovi received a bachelor of science in nursing from Arkansas Tech University.

Angelica Lopez from the village of Kykotsmovi received a bachelor of science in life sciences from the Arizona State University-West.

Brent Brokeshoulder from the village of Hotevilla received an associate of arts degree in graphic design from the University of New Mexico-Gallup.

Cecelia Poneoma from the village of Shungopavi received a bachelor of arts in sociology from Arizona State University-West (Dec., 2006).

Christopher Castro from the village of Tewa received an associate of arts in psychology from Paradise Valley Community College (Summer 2007).

Derrick Pooyouma from the village of Bacavi received a bachelor of science in anthropology from the University of Arizona.

Georgianne Brown from the village of Tewa received a bachelor of arts in exercise science from New Mexico Highlands University.

Jamie Selestewa from the village of Moenkopi received a bachelor of science in advertising and public relations from Northern Arizona University.

Kory Sekaquaptewa from the village of Hotevilla bachelor of science in sociology from Brigham Young University.

Kristy Honie from the village of Moenkopi received a bachelor of science in business management from the University of Phoenix (Summer 2007).

Lillian Caplon from the village of Hotevilla received a bachelor of science in psychology (Summa Cum Laude) from Portland State University.

Mara Drywater from the village of Sichomovi received an associate of arts in sociology from Oklahoma City Community College.

Megan Duwyenie from the village of Mishongnovi received a bachelor of science in history from Arizona State University.

Raymond Dashee from the village of Sichomovi received a bachelor of science in elementary education from Northern Arizona University.

Susan Nayatewa from the village of Shipaulovi received a master of arts in social work from Arizona State University.

Vernalda Sieweyumptewa from the village of Mishongnovi received an associate of arts degree in criminal justice from the University of Phoenix.

Terri Beeson-Davis from the village of Shipaulovi received a master of arts in education and student affairs from Northern Arizona University.

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