Continuing the Clark Scholar Legacy in 2019

September 17, 2019

Campus welcomes 10 new Clark Scholars

Video: Meet the Students

Meet the New Cohort

Georgia Tech prides itself on being an environment dedicated to promoting not only academic excellence but valuable real-world skills. The success of the students stems from the school’s dedication to creating diversity and developing strong connections within the community through research, entrepreneurship, and industry exposure.

This semester welcomes a new cohort of 10 A. James Clark Scholars to Tech’s campus.  These students will receive financial support so they can cultivate their strong academic and leadership potential. Throughout their time at Tech, they will build skills involving engineering, business, leadership, and community service.

“Not only did [the Clark Scholars Program] provide me the financial aid to that would allow me to attend Georgia Tech, but it gave me contacts…that would eventually help me build skills that I would need to pursue my goals. It also provided me with a group of friends that are like family to experience college with and to learn and grow intellectually.”

Henry Taboh, electrical engineering student

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The 2019 Clark Scholars relax at West Village

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