A Robert L. Burrus Jr. Fellowship helped Mary Hampton Elam, ’14, confirm her dream of eventually opening a coffee shop as a recovery and restoration center for women coming out of tough situations.
Travis Burr’s interest in history and leadership studies led to an internship with the city’s annual Civil War and Emancipation Day event.
George Boston, ’13, knew he had to leave his public school in New York in order to be successful. Now he shares his story with the Richmond-area kids he mentors.
A hungry child set Peter CampoBasso, ’14, on a quest to understand the effects of a healthy diet and lifestyle on education.
Jonathan Zur, ’03, works to promote tolerance and diversity as president and CEO of the Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities. He is the recipient of the Jepson School's Tenth Year Reunion Recognition Award.
Robert S. Jepson Jr., the visionary founder of the Jepson School, delivered the keynote address at Finale, the School’s senior recognition ceremony.
A fortuitous phone call resulted in students conducting leadership assessments for local organizations.
A passion for leadership and travel brought Djole Hinic, '13, to Richmond from Belgrade, Serbia. A summer research grant gave him an opportunity to study the challenges faced by youth in his home country in the aftermath of the revolution of 2000.
Kylie McCreesh, ’13, will begin a graduate program this fall in intercultural service, leadership and management and then spend 27 months serving with the Peace Corps.
Thanks to ROTC, leadership studies and an internship with a local organization, Josiah Routhier, ’13, feels prepared to embark on a career in the military.