Kayla Boswell

Year: Junior
Major: Exercise Science
Hometown: St. Peters, MO
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Lauren Buhrmann

Year: Junior
Major: Undeclared
Hometown: Normal, IL
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Abigail Gates

Year: Junior
Major: Enviornmental Science
Hometown: Clinton, AR
Comments: The Equine Scholars Program has been a ticket to leave my small town in Arkansas and live in the Horse Capital of the World, an area about which I spent my childhood dreaming of one day simply visiting. It has given me much more than just the opportunity to live here, however, as it has given me numerous connections to various people and organizations that have made the Bluegrass feel like home to me. No longer an outsider, I feel like a productive member of the local community that contributes to the welfare of the horse industry.

 


Chelsea Kraus

Year: Junior
Major: Undeclared
Hometown: Shelbyville, KY
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Haley Lepper

Year: Junior
Major: Undeclared
Hometown: Fishers, IN
Comments: ESP was what impacted my final decision on where I would go to college. Not only does the program allow you to network throughout the horse industry, but you also get to learn about the different job opportunities that you might have never thought would have been available. To be able to combine your passion of horses with a full time job out of college is a dream come true. I have been able to become a working student with a successful eventer, meet different trainers and owners of top level horses, tour famous facilities in the equine medical field and business field, as well as make life long friends that have the same love for horses that I do. The Equine Scholars Program is certainly a blessing in my life and will continue to impact me for years to come.


IMG_3237Keira Lopez

Year: Junior
Major: Communications
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Shawna Parson

Year: Junior
Major: Biology
Hometown: Greensburg, KY
Comments: The ESP for me is one of the main reasons I came to Georgetown. A few of my favorite things about the program are the trips we go on to various places and learning about various careers in the equine industry, it is like a behind the scenes look at all that goes into the equine industry. Through the program I have met some amazing people, created connections with people I otherwise would not have met, and some are my dearest friends.

 


Erin Pinnell

Year: Junior
Major: Biology
Hometown: Bellbrook, OH
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Michael Porter

Year: Junior
Major: Business Administration
Hometown: Ashland, KY
Comments: I love to meet and network with the many different people that I have been able to meet through ESP. I love the unique locations that we go to learn about at the different disciplines and fields that we can work at within the equine industry. I also love the ability to make life-long connections with your fellow scholars.

 

 


Madison Quail 12Madison Quail

Year: Junior
Major: Excrcise Science
Hometown: Perrysburg, OH
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Brittany SimsBrittany Sims

Year: Junior
Major: Accounting
Hometown: Harrodsburg, KY
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AnnaLisa Strickland 12AnnaLisa Strickland

Year: Junior
Major: Undelcared
Hometown: Lexington, KY
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Brooke Whittaker 12Brooke Whitaker

Year: Junior
Major: English
Hometown: Shelbyville, KY
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Makenna Williams  12Makenna Williams

Year: Junior
Major: Biology
Hometown: Arnold, MD
Comments: The Equine Scholars Program provides me with a way to stay connected to the equine world and to make new connections. I have also learned so much about the horse world outside of just riding or veterinary care. It has opened so many doors for me and all the other students who are in the program. I am so happy I decided to be a part of the Equine Scholars. It is something I could not imagine not being a part of at Georgetown College.

 


Lindsey Woosley 12Lindsey Woosley

Year: Junior
Major: Exercise Science
Hometown: Louisville, KY
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