15-year-old Jordan loves competition and he’s serious about his education.
In the latest poll released by Monmouth University Donald Trump leads Jeb Bush two to one and Kasich has soared to seven percent of the New Hampshire vote compared to Chris Christie’s four percent.
Eleven-year-old David is a sports fanatic. Nine-year-old Natalie is a dancer. Together they are looking for a forever family.
Capri is a budding artist and wants to become an ultrasound technician.
This resilient 13-year-old likes arithmetic. “You gotta know how to count your money!” she notes, wisely.
Jesenia loves music and dreams of being a singing star, but says she’d like to work as a child advocate.
Quatrel is a young man of many pursuits: he loves music, sports, and cooking, and wants to go into the US military.
Eight-year-old Daevon wants to play in the NBA and be a firefighter in his spare time.
Jim Kenney wasn’t the only winner on Primary Day in Philadelphia. Education had a big night, too.
Imani wants to be a veterinarian.
Twelve-year-old Michael loves super heroes.
Sixteen-year-old Robert taught himself how to play three instruments, and says he finds music therapeutic.
Taishyna loves painting and drawing, and helping care for younger kids.
19-year-old Shaleenee loves to cook. She even attends culinary school.
Jasmine is not shy about her strengths.