Our 2019 Coke Scholars

These 150 Coca-Cola Scholars will each receive a $20,000 college scholarship and join a family of 6,150+ alumni who are leading positive change in their communities and around the world.

The Latest

Alumni Named Nobel Peace Prize & Presidential Leadership Scholar Recipients

Seth Shelden (1994) is working to abolish nuclear weapons, and Jolene Loetscher (1997) is collaborating with leaders from across the country through the lens of presidential experiences.

February 2019 Connections

Teams of Coca-Cola Scholar alumni and staff interviewed Regional Finalists from over the country in February, and three groups of alumni got together in New York City.

January 2019 Connections

Coke Scholars met up all over the world last month – Washington, DC; Sioux Falls, ID; London; and Sydney.

January 2019 Accolades

Delia Younge (2007) has a new book out and Sheena Zhang (2007) designed the cover, plus Ariel Kantor (2015) was named a Rhodes Scholar.

Older Posts

Brennen Feder Named 2018 Sandy Williams Alumni Legacy Scholar

This scholarship is awarded to an active and passionate Coke Scholar who is an engaged and supportive alumnus, and embodies the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation’s mission as a socially conscious, service-minded change agent.

December 2018 Connections

Scholars in Minneapolis got together for a holiday party and alums met up at the World Bank Youth Summit and the City Labs Summit in Detroit.

2019 Semifinalists

1,896 high school seniors have been selected from over 95,000 submitted applications from across the country to advance to the next stage of our selection process!

Coming Home: the Coca-Cola Scholars Leadership Summit

“The smiling faces of 400+ Scholars, each individual filled with the intangible elements of optimism, positivity, and responsibility, saturate the ambiance…The atmosphere was electric, like a lightning bolt creating sparks in a concentrated area.