April 2017 Accolades

Kathryn Minshew (2004), published a book, The New Rules of Work: The Modern Playbook for Navigating Your Career, and Daria Torres (1992) advised a team of students who were named as global finalists for the Hult Prize.

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April 2017 Accolades

Kathryn Minshew (2004), published a book, The New Rules of Work: The Modern Playbook for Navigating Your Career, and Daria Torres (1992) advised a team of students who were named as global finalists for the Hult Prize.

Hendrik Steckhan to Succeed Claude Nielsen as Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation Chairman

Hendrik Steckhan Succeeds Claude Nielsen as Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation Chairman

After 20 years of dedicated service to the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation Board of Directors, Claude Nielsen hands the reins to Hendrik Steckhan, President of US Operations at Coca-Cola North America.

March 2017 Connections

Alumni came together at SXSW 2017 in Austin, TX, for a #CokeScholarsPro event, and CCSF hosted 3 receptions in California.

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Our 2017 Coke Scholars

These 150 Coca-Cola Scholars will each receive a $20,000 college scholarship and join a family of alumni who are leading positive change in their communities and around the world.

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February 2017 Accolades

Sports Illustrated named Daron Roberts’ (1997) book one of 2017’s best sports business books, and Rudy Fernandez (1991) was selected as part of the 2017 class of Presidential Leadership Scholars!

2017 Regional Interview Connections

Regional Finalist interviews were held locally in San Francisco, New York City, Chicago, Austin, DC, and Atlanta, and several alumni served on the interview committee with CCSF staff. While in town, staff also had the opportunity to get together with even more alumni at small dinners.

February 2017 Connections

Scholars met up in Paris, and our Alumni Advisory Board hosted a #CokeScholarsPro event at Google in NYC.

2017 Coca-Cola Scholar Regional Finalists

These 250 high school seniors were selected from nearly 86,000 applicants as extraordinary leaders in their school and community, and have advanced to our final stage of selection!