Georgia Power awarded a $10,000 grant to Georgia College’s Call Me MiSTER Program. It's part of a growing relationship with Georgia Power to support a more diverse cadre of educators, particularly black males. The money will primarily fund scholarships for MiSTERs in the program by helping offset costs for tuition and other fees associated with enrollment.
Wayne Grimes, education coordinator supervisor for Georgia Power, presented the check to Dr. Emmanuel Little, director of Call Me MiSTER and minority retention, and two students in the program on Jan. 16.
More information on the Call Me MiSTER Program is available here.