The Charles J. Harbin, III Memorial Scholarship (CJH3MS) is proud to announce the following 2012 award recipients, finalists, and semi-finalists:
Madison Midkiff – Georgia College and State University
Jarrell Joseph – Georgia Southern University
Molly Kollmar – Georgia Southern University
Kayla Bohannon – Mercer University
Charmaine Marshall – Emory University
Millicent Smith – Appalachian State University
Christine Nwoke – Kennesaw State University
Riley Meyer – California State University
Terek Green – Wingate University
Alexandria McGahee – Kennesaw State University
Aspen Evans – Savannah School of Art & Design
Amanda Brown – Georgia College and State University
Congratulations to this year’s recipients, finalists and semi-finalists! The selection committee also wants to extend their sincere thanks to all 2012 applicants for their thoughtful submissions. There were many deserving students making selection extremely difficult.
CJH3MS also extends a warm thank you to the committee of volunteers and educational experts who participated in this year’s review process, as well as our generous donors and supporters for helping us make it happen.
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The scholarship committee looks forward to 2013 applicants, and on behalf of Charles Harbin; encourages you to pursue your dreams.
I can not begin to explain how grateful I am to have been lucky enough to be a recipient for this award. I want to thank Mr. Harbin’s wonderful and warm family and everyone else who made this possible. I had the honor of meeting his kind, loving parents last night.
Mr. Harbin was by far one of my favorite teachers I have ever had. I had him first period, and he was definitely the kind of teacher you would want to start your day with. He was honestly unlike any other teacher I have ever known. He made me laugh every single day.
I still laugh to myself when I remember some of the silly things he said or did during class. You could see he really cared for all of us students. Not only was he a teacher to us, but he was also a friend, which is a rare quality to find in a teacher. I am so lucky to have had him as a teacher, and I will most certainly never forget Mr. Harbin.