Chinemerem Isioma

Chinemerem Isioma's picture
Frankfort, Illinois, USA
Bronze Honor Society Member
Indiana State University ( May-2019 )
I am an undergraduate students of Indiana State University. On March 2012, I moved to the United States with my father and my three brothers. A week letter I and my immediate elder brother was admitted into Lincoln Way North High School. There I was able to learn about America and become part of my new environment by playing soccer for my high school and earning a nickname called Nem. After high school, I was admitted to the Indiana State University with a major in Political Science.
Intended Job Path
Law or Criminal Justice
Grad School Interests
Indiana University Law School Michigan State University Law School Columbia University Law School Valporizio University Chicago University
Honors & Awards
2013 - 2015 Scholastic Achievement Award (Lincoln Way North High School)
GPA of 3.0 and above
2014 - 2015 South West Suburban Conference Winner for Boys Track & Field (Lincoln Way North High School)
Boys Track Conference Champions
2015 4x400 Relay Record Holder (Lincoln Way North High School)
Fastest 4x400 Relay Race
Dean's List Award 2015 to 2017
GPA of 3.5 and above
Class of 2015 Prom Court (Lincoln Way North High School)
2014 Runner up of Windy City Classic Tournament (Lincoln Way North High School)
Illinois Student Scholarship Award Recipient
Recipient of William Burke Leadership Award (The Washington Center)
workplace Certification
Political Science & Civic Leadership
Language Proficiency
English (UK)
English (US)
French (France)
St. Anthony's Catholic Church
September, 2013 to April, 2014

Indiana State University Honor Society

Indiana State University College Democrats

Playing Soccer Playing Video games, Site Seeing, Exercising, Watching TV, Hanging Out with Friends, Drawing and Painting, & Telling Stories,
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