Hartenstein Selected as Most Outstanding Applicant for NEA Scholarship
"We are honored to have such strong student leaders who are willing to represent our state and bring value to the field of education," said Donald Easton-Brooks, dean of the School of Education.
The purpose of the national leadership summit is to develop and train activist leaders with the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to lead a relevant and thriving organization.
Hartenstein is secretary of the USD South Dakota Education Association Student Chapter and an English education major in her third year in the School of Education.
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