Our 2023 Coke Scholars
These 150 high school seniors will each receive a $20,000 college scholarship and join a family of 6,750+ alumni who are leading positive change in their communities and around the world.
February 2023 Accolades
Craig Kessler (2003) was named COO for the PGA of America, Katori Hall (1999) won 3 NAACP Image awards, and Jake Basden (2002) was named President of Sandbox Entertainment.
January 2023 Accolades
Justin J. Pearson (2013) was elected as one of the youngest state lawmakers in Tennessee, Naily Nevarez (2015) was selected as a 2023 MAP fellow, and Andrew Longenecker (2003) and Yosh Miller (2005) were named to the new class of Presidential Leadership Scholars.
January 2023 Connections
Scholars volunteered at an event with Liberty Coca-Cola Beverages and got together around the world!
5 Coke Scholars Named Brightest Young Entrepreneurs, Leaders, and Stars in Forbes 2023 30 Under 30 List
Learn how they’re positively impacting the world as leaders in their field.
Alumni Accolades June 2013
Sejal Hathi (2009) and Kavita Shukla (2002) won the same Mothers of Invention award for their inventions “Girltank” (Sejal) and “Fresh Paper” (Kavita) from Newsweek and Toyota. They met in person for the first time at the Women in the World Summit, where they received their awards. They had no idea they were both scholars! Both…
Coke Scholar Launches Scholarship App
One of our brilliant Coke Scholars Christopher J. Gray (2010) created the Scholly scholarship search app. It is already ranked as one of the top apps – #4 in Education. If you are interested download this app and spread the word.
Alumni Connections June 2013
Kaitlyn Chana, Laura Brown and Lauren Kuhn (all 2009 Scholars, in photo on right), close friends since their Coke Scholars Weekend four years ago, met up for a reunion in New York City recently.
South Korea Scholarship Program
Nilusha S. Jayasinghe and Derrius Quarles (both 2009 Scholars and good friends) spent their spring break in Seoul, South Korea on a scholarship they both received called the CIEE South Korea Scholarship Program! While there, they realized that Celia Zhang a 2009 Coca-Cola Scholar attending Harvard was also in their group.