She’s an 8th grader and aspiring clothing designer. Rajanea realizes that some girls in other parts of the world aren’t even allowed to go to school, which makes her cherish school even more. She also strongly believes that girls should not be limited to being in the home. “Who really wants to just clean and cook all day?” she asked. Rajanea wants fellow 8th grade girls to know that when they’re struggling in a class, seeking out tutoring is okay. In fact, she herself has offered to help out anyone she knows who may be facing challenges in the classroom. Her favorite subject is math because it comes easy to her. #SCHOOLGIRLHUSTLE is so happy to see a girl so headstrong at such a young age!
#SCHOOLGIRLHUSTLE was able to provide Rajanea with so much school supplies, she said she has enough for the remainder of this year AND next year when she starts high school! She also received a #SCHOOLGIRLHUSTLE shirt and other goodies that embrace success in school, self-esteem and more. This will support Rajanea and her commitment to her education and her authenticity. #SCHOOLGIRLHUSTLE is excited for Rajanea and her bright future!
Rajanea is on her #SCHOOLGIRLHUSTLE !
She’s a 5th grader at Swansboro Elementary School. Her favorite subject is math because she likes being able to find the answers to problems using different ways. She says it’s important for girls to go to school so they can become anything they want to be. Her favorite part about starting the school year is meeting her new teachers. When she grows up, she wants to be a firefighter!
Thanks to your support, #SCHOOLGIRLHUSTLE was able to fully fund Nya with school supplies, #SCHOOLGIRLHUSTLE shirts and more for her last year in elementary school. This will ensure that Nya can perform successfully in school and continue to follow her dreams. #SCHOLGIRLHUSTLE is so proud of Nya and looks forward to see what she accomplishes in the years to come.
Nya is on her #SCHOOLGIRLHUSTLE !
Five percent of all proceeds go toward school supplies for girls on their #SCHOOLGIRLHUSTLE in Richmond, Virginia. Some recipients choose not to be featured online. Those who wish to be featured are upon parental permission.