Vitor Geromel

“I am very honored and grateful to be selected as a scholar and to join something bigger than myself in the Timothy P. O’Shaughnessy Foundation. I believe that it is your actions when no one is watching that define you as a person and that we must incorporate Timothy’s traits in order to live life to the fullest.”

Vitor Geromel


Clemson University
Clemson, SC



High School:

Maize South High School, 2024
Wichita, KS

Activities and Interests:

Vitor Geromel, a senior at Maize South High School, has been selected as a member of the 2024 class of the Timothy P. O’Shaughnessy Foundation’s Lifelong Learning Scholarship.

Vitor Geromel was born in Wichita, KS, to Edo and Erika Geromel. His parents instilled lifelong traits of work ethic and leadership. He has one sibling, younger sister Gisele Geromel.

At Maize South High School, Vitor participated in a variety of activities. He helped captain a two-time state champion and nationally ranked soccer team, served as president of Math Club, was a member of the National Honor Society, and is the current valedictorian. Vitor is very grateful for all the relationships and support that have allowed him to impact his school’s community positively. Being a part of various groups and leadership positions has allowed him to grow as an individual.

Outside of school, he is involved in several volunteer organizations. These include the Bread of Life Food Bank, the Kansas Humane Society, coaching youth soccer through Sporting Wichita, and private lessons. Vitor finds great fulfillment in giving back to the community that has helped him succeed and hopes to continue doing so.

Next year, Vitor plans on attending Clemson University to pursue a degree in Engineering and continue his soccer career. Although unsure of what exactly he will do after college, Vitor hopes to pursue a career that combines work with his other passions and allows him to continue improving the lives of others.

Vitor is very thankful to be a part of the Timothy P O’Shaughnessy Foundation and is excited for the mentorship and new relationships that will come with being a scholar.