Former Students

JAK has been fortunate to have wonderful students.  We asked some of our former students to reflect on their time in JAK.

Best of luck to all of you in your bright futures ahead!

Jackie Lacefield

Q: What are your plans after high school?
A: Attending Schreiner University

Q: What was your fondest JAK memory?
A: For The Love of Music

Q: What have you learned from JAK?
A: How small action can add up to monumental impact.

Q: How do you plan to continue giving in your future life?  
A: Volunteer at American Red Cross, Habitat for Humanity and help all friends I meet.

Gabriella Garcia

Q: What are your plans after high school?
A: Attend University of Texas at San Antonio to study broadcast journalism.

Q:  What was your fondest JAK memory?
A: For The Love of Music

Q: What have you learned from JAK?
A: What impact little things can have in the classroom (i.e. in-classroom printers)

Q: How do you plan to continue giving in your future life?
A: I plan to continue giving by volunteering around my community and mentoring others.

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Anthony Jaramillo

Q: What are your plans after high school?

A: Attend University of Texas at Austin.

Q: What was your fondest JAK memory?

A: For The Love of Music

Q: What have you learned from JAK?

A: Leadership

Q: How do you plan to continue giving in your future life?

A: I will continue to volunteer my time.

Gopika Ajaykumar

Q: What are your plans after high school?

A: Attend University of Texas-Dallas to study computer engineering.

Q:  What was your fondest JAK memory?

A: EVERY JAK memory is fond.

Q: What have you learned from JAK?

A: The impact even a 'little' things can have on others and the happiness that results when helping others.

Q: How do you plan to continue giving in your future life?

A: Hope to continue to participate in organizations (i.e. JAK) that contribute to my community and serve others.

Sarah Vannauker

Q: What are your plans after high school?

A: Attend Sam Houston State University to study Forensic Chemistry

 

Q:  What was your fondest JAK memory?

A: Making all those star decorations.

 

Q: What have you learned from JAK?

A: Making friends and how to help teachers.

 

Q: How do you plan to continue giving in your future life?

A: I do not have a plan on how but I hope to keep giving help. I will going on many mission trips.

Annie Jin

Q: What are your plans after high school?

A: Attend Baylor University

 

Q:  What was your fondest JAK memory?

A: For The Love of Music

 

Q: What have you learned from JAK?

A: The importance of teacher grants

 

Q: How do you plan to continue giving in your future life?

A: Join a club in college and help the community.

Cody Prajak

Q: What are your plans after high school?

A: Attend University of Houston

 

Q:  What was your fondest JAK memory?

A: Breaking Anthony's sign

 

Q: What have you learned from JAK?

A: The power of philanthropy

 

Q: How do you plan to continue giving in your future life?

A: Work with other organizations during college.

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