Bruce Randolph High School
Future Center: Room 136
Advisor: Samantha Garcia
Samantha is from Thornton, Colorado, where she graduated from Mapleton Public Schools and became the first person in her family to go to college. She graduated from the University of Denver (DU) with double majors in Psychology and Communication with a minor in Business. Her work in college access began during her first year at DU serving as a mentor for the Latinx Pioneer Prep Leadership Program and as the College Access and Group Visit Fellow for the Office of Undergraduate Admission. She is thrilled to work at Denver Scholarship Foundation as a College Advisor at Bruce Randolph School where she exposes 9th-11th graders to the college process as well as advising the senior class. Her favorite part about working with youth is striving to establish a sense of community that comes with reaching one’s goal. You can learn more about Samantha on LinkedIn.
Advisor: Ta’Qwasha Roberts
Ta’Qwasha was born in Denver, Colorado and experienced public education in Denver, Cherry Creek, and Aurora school districts. She participated in a local pre-collegiate program similar to the mission of Denver Scholarship Foundation (DSF), which gave her exposure to the college process and campus visits. She completed her undergraduate studies at Colorado State University – Pueblo where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology with an emphasis of Criminology. Being a first generation student, Ta’Qwasha understands the inequities that are present for students like her facing the college process. She enjoys providing resources and opportunities for students to prepare them for their future endeavors. Currently, she serves as a College Advisor at Bruce Randolph High School. Learn more about Ta’Qwasha on Linkedin.re about Samantha on LinkedIn.