2018 Award Winner Announced

The Charles J. Harbin, III (CJH3) Memorial Scholarship is pleased to announce the 2018 Scholarship award recipient. We also would like to recognize below several other noteworthy applicants.

2018 CJH III Scholarship Recipient:
Grace M. Radovich – University of Georgia

Lillian F. Sharp – Dalton State University
Martha A. Gonzalez – Georgia Institute of Technology
Kayla B. Wright – Georgia State University

Honorable Mention
Melina Khorrami – University of California Los Angeles
Kailin Chen – University of Georgia
Elise L. Foster – Agnes Scott College
Mary J. McCary – Mercer University
Devon A. Otway – Savannah College of Art and Design
Katie L. Hanson – Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College
Elisabeth D. Edler – University of North Georgia

Congratulations to the 2018 recipient, the semi-finalists, and honorable mention applicants! There were many deserving students with noteworthy academic achievements, creative essays, and well-balanced work, community and family accomplishments which made the selection challenging. The selection committee extends their sincere thanks to each of the 2018 applicants for their thoughtful submissions.

CJH3 Memorial Scholarship would like to take this opportunity to thank the committee of volunteers who participated in this year’s review process and to thank CJH3 Scholarship supporters.

Please visit again soon for more information about the 2018 award recipient, Ms. Grace Radovich.

The committee looks forward to 2019 applications, and on behalf of Charles, encourages each of you to embrace life as an exciting adventure and to pursue your dreams.

Please share this site. Scholarship and project funding is provided by the family and friends of Charles Harbin and to enable us to provide additional assistance, we welcome contributions.

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