The Charleston, S.C. law firm provided scholarships to seniors at Charleston School for the Arts, Fort Dorchester High School, Goose Creek High School, Summerville High, Myrtle Beach High, Cane Bay High, and Columbia High.
CHARLESTON, SC, July 06, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ — Joye Law Firm is pleased to announce the seven high school seniors selected as winners of its 2022 college scholarships. Six students received Joye Law Firm scholarships and one student was selected as the winner of the firm’s HBCU scholarship designated for a student attending a Historically Black College or University. Each student will receive $2,000 to help with education expenses.
Every year, Joye Law Firm provides scholarships to help deserving students from across South Carolina with college expenses. The law firm recognizes the importance of young people receiving a college education to help them attain their career goals in the 21st century. Since the 2005-2006 school year, the law firm is proud to have awarded nearly $250,000 in scholarships to students across South Carolina
Joye Law Firm congratulates the 2022 scholarship winners. They are:
• Lillian Stackhouse, a graduate of Charleston School for the Arts, who will be attending Lasell University.
• Bregasia Harding, a graduate of Fort Dorchester High School, who will be attending the University of South Carolina.
• Alaysia Woodruff, a graduate of Goose Creek High School, who will be attending the University of South Carolina.
• Carlos Frank, a graduate of Summerville High School, who will be attending Winthrop University.
• Rivers Cahill, a graduate of Myrtle Beach High School, who will be attending Coastal Carolina University.
• Kayla Mitchum, a graduate of Cane Bay High School, who will be attending the University of South Carolina.
• Omar Culbreath Jr., the winner of the HBCU scholarship, who is a graduate of Columbia High School. He will be attending Morehouse College.
The scholarship winners were selected based on their creative entries addressing issues of public interest as well as their school activities, positions of leadership, special honors and awards, community involvement, academic performance, and professional pursuits.
The students also were asked to nominate teachers who had inspired them for special recognition. The teachers receiving the 2022 Teacher Awards are:
Amanda Miller, Charleston School for the Arts
Rebekah Hornke, Fort Dorchester High School
Emily Smith, Goose Creek High School
Tarrah Meyer, Summerville High School
Amanda Vipperman, Myrtle Beach High School
Linda McSwain, Cane Bay High School
Edward Chambers, Columbia High School
The law firm honored the winners of the annual scholarship contest and teacher awards at a banquet at the Francis Marion Hotel in downtown Charleston.
Joye Law Firm is dedicated to giving back to the communities we serve and recognizing and assisting some deserving students and teachers. Congratulations to the winners and to their inspiring teachers. The firm looks forward to next year’s scholarship contest which will kick off in 2023.
About Joye Law Firm
Founded in 1968, Joye Law Firm has been providing quality legal service to the people of South Carolina for more than 50 years. Our firm of accomplished South Carolina injury and disability attorneys offers more than 130 years of combined litigation experience. The firm has offices in North Charleston, Myrtle Beach, Columbia, Clinton, and Summerville. Visit www.joyelawfirm.com to learn more.
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