Class of 2008
Josh is a very shy, bright, young man who has always done his best in everything he has tried. When he entered North Central, he had so much to chose from it was almost overwhelmin\g.
When it came time for him to finally be able to take Physics, the second day they took him out of the class stating he did not have the appropriate credentials. After lloking over his transcript after discussing it with the Science Department Head, he was let back into the class. He was only a Sophore in an Physics. X Class with many IB students. By the end of the semester, Josh was tudoring many of the students. By the end of he year, Josh had the 2nd highest grde in the class.
Moving fotward to the present time, Josh was asked before Christmas of last year if he would be interested in interviewing for a positionto help on a major project that was starting at Ohio State. (By one of his professorts that was also going to be working on this project). He was told it was a paid position and it would be a continuous project from January of 2010 until at least the time of his graduation, which is May of 2012. He was told that this project would help him to "write his own ticket."
So, with some thought, Josh did apply for the assistant position. He was up against many seniors who needed this position to help finsih their time at OSU., and also a young man from Behrein that was extremely intelligent. He also had his age going agaist him, once again. (with only being a Sophomore).
He got the job.
So, Josh will be assiting on building the (they hope) next biggest terra--watt laser in the country. He is working with some wonderful professors and physicists on this project very closely for the next two yeats.
I absolute;u ne;oeve that this deserves to be on your Hall of Fame.
Let me know what kind of documentation you need. He has worked very hard to get where he is and has asked for noone's help. I hope you can review this and see that. This also came one year after a severe brain injury/surgery.. He has been doing well at OSU-straight A's and on the Dean's list every time.
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