2019 Fourth Quarter Scholar
Winner Charles Johnson pictured with Majic 107.5/97.5’s Ryan Cameron and Delta Community CEO Hank Halter.
The fourth recipient of our 2019 HBCU Scholarship is Charles Johnson, a junior at Clark Atlanta University. He came to Clark Atlanta from Oakland, California. As a social work major, Charles is passionate about giving back to others and aspires to become a social worker and help children with mental illnesses.
2019 Third Quarter Scholar
Winner Micah Boyd pictured with Majic 107.5/97.5’s Ryan Cameron and Delta Community CEO Hank Halter.
Micah Boyd, our third recipient of a 2019 HBCU Scholarship, graduated in 2019 from Jonesboro High School in Clayton County, Georgia. While in high school, Micah mentored his younger siblings and other children, worked a job after school to help support his family, and remained an honor roll student. Currently a freshman at Clark Atlanta University, he is majoring in Art with concentrations in Graphic Design and Design Architecture. Micah has been an artist since he was 10 years old and eventually hopes to give back to others through art therapy.
2019 Second Quarter Scholar
Winner Caleb Vaughan pictured with Delta Community CEO Hank Halter and Majic 107.5/97.5’s Ryan Cameron.
The second recipient of our 2019 HBCU Scholarship is Caleb Tyler Vaughan, a junior at Morehouse College. Caleb is very involved with campus life, including active membership in the school’s student government association. He is also a passionate volunteer, serving as a mentor for at-risk youth in the juvenile justice system. Because of his own life experience, Caleb wants to set an example for at-risk youth as a person who faced a difficult situation but worked hard to further his education and have a positive impact on his community. His academic and career goals are to obtain his college degree and expand his professional knowledge in finance to become a financial advisor for low-income families.
2019 First Quarter Scholar
Winner Janaye Masters pictured with Delta Community CEO Hank Halter and Majic 107.5/97.5’s Ryan Cameron.
Congratulations to the first recipient of our 2019 HBCU Scholarship, Janaye Masters, a junior at Spelman College. Janaye is majoring in Health Science with a Spanish minor. She has been researching Analytical Chemistry at Spelman for the past two years in cooperation with NASA, where she has been developing spectroscopic experimental design. Her extracurricular activities include serving as the creative director for a non-profit organization that teaches elementary students about hygiene and nutritional health, and she advocates for food justice within the West End community. Janaye is bilingual, passionate about family health and research, and plans to become a physician.