Our recipients have traveled the world and had many adventures. In these videos, three of our former recipients explain what the Sarah Ramsey Scholarship has meant for them. Harka Tamang ’20 (2018 Recipient) Anna Steeley ’19 (2017 Recipient) Emily Connor ’17 (2016 Recipient)
The 2015 Sarah Ramsey Strong 5k was a huge success! Thank you to everyone who came out and supported the Sarah Ramsey Strong Fund on October 3rd. We had a blast, raised a good amount of money, and unveiled the new plans for the Sarah Ramsey Innovation Lab. Also thank you Jorie Spaulding Photography for theseContinue reading “2015 Sarah Ramsey Strong 5k Race”
To some running can be intimidating. So why not walk instead? Walking has many advantages, and can be less stressful on your body than running. Walking can improve your posture, strengthen your muscles, reduce cellulite, and increase your circulation amongst other things. Check out this article for more reasons to walk. As for the Sarah RamseyContinue reading “Walking Or Running It Is Still Impressive”
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Join us for the second annual 5K walk/run in memory of Sarah Ramsey on October 3rd. Bring your friends and family and join the community while contributing to a Champlain College scholarship in her name. Registration coming soon!
Congratulations to Emily LaPlume, the winner of the 2nd annual Sarah Ramsey Strong ’12 Scholarship Award!
Photos by Stephen Mease from Champlain College
She won’t be here for long, but there’s little doubt that Lauren Buniva is making the most of her opportunity to study at the University of Otago. It’s an opportunity that came about thanks to a scholarship she received from Champlain College back home in Vermont earlier this year. In June, Ms Buniva was awardedContinue reading “Otago: An opportunity of a lifetime for marketing student”