Bright Horizons Bright Futures Scholarship Neisha
When Neisha completes her degree, she hopes to work for a program like Head Start to make difference and also to support children and their families, which is something she feels is “something that every teacher should keep in mind.” Neisha remembers the moment when she decided she wanted to become a teacher, something that happened early on when she was five or six. She had an unkind kindergarten teacher who made her want to become the opposite type of teacher – one who makes their students feel loved and appreciated. Neisha is well on her way, according to her supervisor at Springhead Elementary who said that “her work with children, in every aspect, is outstanding.” Congratulations, Neisha!