Cullman Scholarship Program

The Cullman Scholarship Program was instituted in 1983 by Hugh Cullman '42 to support summer enrichment projects by promising sophomores and juniors to develop leadership skills, global and environmental awareness, and take advantage of unique educational opportunities.

For more information on the Cullman Scholarship program, please contact David Weidman, Assistant Head of School.

Cullman Scholars explored the following in 2017:

Coreen Carley '18: Coreen participated in teen community service in New Orleans to provide much-needed hurricane relief.

Colleen Donahue '18
: Colleen studied Climate Change at the Arctic’s Edge.

Will Hughes '18
: Will attended the Firefighter Recruit School to receive certification in Firefighter Training I and II in Manchester, NH.

Prestin LeBlanc '18
: Prestin participated in a student exchange program at the Woodstock School in India.

Liesel Madrian '18
: Liesel participated in educational community service at the Maranyundo Girls School in Rwanda.

AJ Martingnetti '19
: AJ studied Tibetan Buddhism and Meditation in Kathmandu, Nepal.

Lindsay Peckham '18
: Linsday taught English to students in Galapagos, Ecuador.

Yan Shikhirman '18
: Yan served as an intern in Medicine in Mongolia.

Eliza Sternlicht '18
: Eliza worked with the CARE Baboon Sanctuary and Moholoho Animal Rehabilitation Center in South Africa. 



Cullman Scholars

 

   

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