Julie Foltz Hartman Women's Basketball, 1997-1999


JUCO award winner – Second team, All-State JUCO 1998-1999

Interned at the National Cancer Institute (NCI) at Frederick while at FCC

Graduated from FCC in 1999 with an Associate of Arts degree in General Studies


Post-FCC Athletic and Career Accomplishments:

Attended Shepherd University and graduated in 2002 with a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education

Continued internship at NCI at Frederick, which led to full-time employment

Currently works as a Program Analyst in the Office of the Director at NCI at Frederick, where she has been recognized for outstanding contributions to the NCI at Frederick’s prestigious high school internship and web sites

Coached basketball at Brunswick High School for six years

Currently director of community elementary basketball program and coach of the eighth-grade Lady Warriors basketball team


Personal Statement about FCC Experience:

“FCC was one of the best decisions of my life. It was the perfect stepping stone from high school to college. Not only did I get to continue to play basketball near my hometown, but I was able to take collegiate courses to start my educational career. I took 15 to 19 credit hours each semester at FCC and all professors were supportive of my basketball schedule. FCC prepared me to continue my education at a four-year institution. Fortunately I never once had a student loan because FCC had an agreement with Shepherd which allowed me to get in-state tuition. This allowed my husband and I to start our lives without school debt before starting our family.”