Homer L. Hartage, President The Hartage Foundation 

" I am Homer Hartage, I attended Seton Hall University as a chemistry major, it paved the way for every aspect of a successful life.  The amazing results made me a better parent, energetic employee and a successful business owner. It created opportunities for greater personal income that matched my creativity and strong work ethic.

My Life Changed With Science  

Science education shaped my life the most. I graduated with a degree in psychology.   Rose, my wife, and I have also educated our children in STEM fields.  We know our generous donations of money to other deserving students impact lives for generations. We strongly believe thousands benefit in our great society by each college student we help. That is why our foundation is passionately committed to furthering STEM education." 




Akylah Cox 2017 Hartage Foundation Scholarship Awardee

Akylah Cox is an exceptional student,  she is has been accepted to Duke University for the 2017 school year and will be studying environmental engineering. She received a $1,000.00 competitive scholarship and assistance with additional college funding sources.

A Life Of Achievement And Service

Akylah, is a graduate of Dr. Phillips High School, Orlando, Florida. She participated in the Dr. Philips High Dance Magnet Program was Secretary of the Student Council, a member of the National Honor Society, National Honor Society for Dance Arts, Mu Alpha Theta Math Honor Society and the Columbia University Engineering Institute.


While serving her school and student body Akylah was active in numerous community projects. Her varied community service included, Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs Youth Leadership Conference, Second Harvest Food Bank and the Ronald McDonald House Share-A-Meal program.


Akylah Cox graduated high school with a 4.92 GPA.  She is exemplary of the goals and objectives of The Hartage Foundation STEM Scholarship Fund.


Congratulations and continued success.


The Hartage Foundation


Tamara and Akylah Cox, Akylah Cox was the recipient of a $1,000.00 scholarship award from the Hartage Foundation