The first recipient of the Clark-Jenkins Scholarship, freshman Alyssa Craft says that the work of the civil rights icons for whom the award is named continues to make a difference for students of color today.
As early supporters of the College of Charleston's Jewish Studies Program, Norman and Gerry Sue Arnold have left a lasting impact and helped grow the College's fledgling program into the largest Jewish studies program in South Carolina.
Thanks to the support of the Career Center Internship Award program, public health major Kaytlin Brown is spending her summer as an intern with the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation.
The College’s Emergency Medical Services team gives student-volunteers real-world experience.
The Hispanic Latino Club offers Hispanic and Latino students a place to belong and celebrate their cultures and traditions, and a platform to share their heritage with the larger community.
The College of Charleston Emergency Medical Services team gives student-volunteers real world experience as emergency medical technicians.
An immigrant from Italy, alumna Martina Abbriano '19 is working on earning her Master of Education in Languages with a focus on English as a Second Language from CofC to help the next generation of English language-learners as they adjust to life in the United States.
Business administration major Astrid Barth has spent her summer learning the ins and outs of the luxury hotel industry at Montage Kapalua Bay in Maui.
The Call Me MISTER Program, which supports male minority students majoring in education who plan to become teachers, has received a $50,000 grant from Dominion Energy.