Joye in the community 2022 scholarship winners

The Joye Law Firm awarded $14,000 in college scholarships to deserving high school seniors from South Carolina. Six students were awarded a $2,000 Joye Law Firm Scholarship. Also, one student was awarded $2,000 as well as part of our new HBCU scholarship.

Since its founding in the 2005-2006 school year, the Joye in the Community scholarship program has awarded nearly $250,000 to students across South Carolina.

This year 2022, each Joye Law Firm Scholarship applicant also nominated a teacher for recognition.

Thank you to our scholars, teachers, and families. We look forward to next year’s scholarship program, which will kick off in 2023 TBA.

Joye Law Firm 2022 Scholarship Recipients

Lillian Stackhouse is a graduate of Charleston School for the Arts. She will be attending Lasell University.

Bregasia Harding is a graduate of Fort Dorchester High School. He will be attending University of South Carolina.

Alaysia Woodruff is a graduate of Goose Creek High School. She will be attending University of South Carolina.

Carlos Frank is a graduate of Summerville High School. He will be attending Winthrop University.

Rivers Cahill is a graduate of Myrtle Beach High School. He will be attending Coastal Carolina University.

Kayla Mitchum is a graduate of Cane Bay High School. She will be attending University of South Carolina.

Omar Culbreath Jr, our HBCU scholarship winner, is a graduate of Columbia High School. He will be attending Morehouse College.

2022 Teacher Award Winners

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

Congratulations to all the winners!

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