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Brown Scholars

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The Brown Scholars are a select group of four to six Coastal Carolina University students who educate and mentor the students in the Each 1 Teach 1 Entrepreneurship Institute. The scholars are trained by the director of the Each 1 Teach 1, the director of the Biddle Center for Teaching, Learning and Community Engagement, and local entrepreneurs. The scholars deliver workshops on life skills and entrepreneurial skills during the summer programs and mentor the students in the program throughout the school year. Scholars are community leaders, enthusiastic educators and caring role models. If you wish to become a Brown Scholar, contact Yoav Wachsman at yoav@coastal.edu

 

 

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O'keil Bacon

 

  • Major: Accounting
  • Hometown: Neeses, S.C.
  • Clubs and Organization: Leadership Challenge, Dalton & Linda Floyd Mentoring Program, Coastal Inspirational Ambassadors and Students Taking Active Responsibility (STAR)
  • Internships and Jobs: Each 1 Teach 1 Entrepreneurship Institute and Brand Representative at Justice 
  • Life Mission: I strive to live a positive life. I love helping and motivating others to try their best in everything they do. I hope to someday become a motivational speaker for young people in order to show them how important life is and also how important it is to get as much education as possible. I also want to become an accountant, earn my CPA license and open up my own accounting firm.

Grace M. Jenkins

 

  • Major: Accounting
  • Hometown: Whitmore Lake, Mich.
  • Clubs and Organizations: Myrtle Beach Miracle League, Floyd Family Mentoring Program, Golden Key National Honor Society and Coastal Activities Board
  • Internships and Jobs: Each 1 Teach 1 Entrepreneurship Institute, Coastal Carolina Housing Desk Manager and Outdoor Recreation Assistant & Trip Adviser
  • Life Mission: I would like to become a forensic accountant and travel to foreign countries. I want to help return the business world to a more trustworthy and responsible environment across the globe. That way, new and old businesses can grow and prosper with time.
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Tynisha M. James

 

  • Hometown: Santee, S.C.
  • Major: Early Childhood Education
  • Clubs and Organizations: Leadership Challenge
  • Internships and Jobs: Each 1 Teach 1, Sales Associate at Justice for Girls, Cashier at Wal-Mart
  • Life Mission: To bring love and laughter to those that enter my presence. Also, to be a wise and inspiring teacher to future leaders of the world. I want to be the one that anyone can come to when they need help with anything and everything. My students will know that I care about them and their future because they are our future. I will make sure they know and remember one of my favorite quotes: "In a world where you can be anything, be yourself.” Living by this philosophy will take you further than you could imagine.

Michelle Wilson

 

  • Major: Accounting
  • Hometown: Beaufort, S.C.
  • Clubs and Organizations: Leadership Challenge, Circle K International, Mentor for Dalton and Linda Floyd Mentoring and Brown Scholar with the Each One Teach One Program
  • Internships and Jobs: Jimmy Jazz (Coastal Grand)
  • Life Mission: I love numbers, so I saw myself doing nothing else in life but being an accountant. I would first like to be an accountant for a company. After gaining experience in the accounting field for two to three years, I plan to obtain my CPA license. Once I receive my CPA license, I would like to work for a corporation as their Chief Financial Officer (CFO).