The Meeting Street Scholarship Fund has been a game changer for Justin Joyner, enabling him to attend Converse College.
We asked Julio Hernandez, assistant to the president for community outreach & engagement at Clemson University, what he wished more parents of college freshmen would ask him.
From overcoming challenging circumstances as the second oldest of five kids raised by a single mom to navigating financial hurdles, Evelyn's determination and commitment have been unwavering.
The latest Let's Talk podcast episode featured the Meeting Street Scholarship Fund and how it's changing the future of South Carolina.
Meeting Street Scholarship Fund Executive Director Josh Bell and Scholarship Recipient Evelyn Esquivel talk about the scholarship that has enabled Evelyn, as well as hundreds of others, the opportunity to pursue a college degree.
Hope, possibility and inspiration were palpable at a July 30 celebration for this year’s class of 261 Meeting Street Scholarship Fund recipients and their families.
Dillon High School Guidance Counselor Dr. Harriet Jackson received the first Meeting Street Scholarship Fund Impact Award for her efforts.
News outlets from across South Carolina covered our announcement of Mission 46, the trailblazing campaign to offer the scholarship in all 46 counties of South Carolina.
Mission 46 is the trailblazing campaign to offer college scholarships to high-achieving students with financial need who live in one of the state’s 46 counties.
Local businessman and Meeting Street Scholarship Fund collaborator Loren Ziff believes, "It’s important to balance living the college life to the fullest, yet being intentional about classes, activities, and relationships while keeping an eye on the future."