N. Charleston, S.C. – South Carolina Federal Credit Union is proud to announce the winners of its 2023 scholarship program. Nine outstanding students who are attending a technical or traditional college in South Carolina beginning fall 2023 have been awarded a total of $45,000 in scholarships toward their college education.
This year's winners are:
• Emalee Mann (Clemson University)
• Greer Worley (Wofford College)
• Chloe Shoultz (Clemson University)
• Michelle Clark (University of South Carolina)
• Kaela Branham (Winthrop University)
• Youssef Khalil (Wofford College)
• Deontaye Robinson (ECPI University)
• Lacey Cornelius (Orangeburg Calhoun Technical College)
• Brianna Smith (Tri-County Technical College)
Scholarship candidates were evaluated by three panels of judges who reviewed each student's academic achievements, community involvement, recommendation letter, financial need, and personal essay.
"This year's scholars have shown exceptional academic achievement, leadership skills, and a commitment to making a difference in their communities," said Scott Woods, President and CEO of South Carolina Federal. "We look forward to their future successes and the impact they will make on South Carolina."
The 2023 South Carolina Federal Credit Union scholarship winners are listed at scfederal.org/scholarship. Applications for the credit union's 2024 scholarship program will open in January.
About South Carolina Federal
Connect with South Carolina Federal Credit Union for products, services, and financial literacy. With more than 175,000 members and $2.5 billion in assets, the member-owned financial institution operates 27 offices and serves six major markets including Charleston, Columbia, Georgetown, Greenville, Florence and Spartanburg. Over 55,000 surcharge-free ATMs are available worldwide through the Allpoint Network. More information about South Carolina Federal can be found at scfederal.org.
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