2017 Scholarship Winners


The 2017 WSA Scholarship Program winners are shown below. Check toward the bottom of the page for information about applying for and/or donating toward the current academic year’s WSA Scholarship Program.

Many thanks to our donors for 2017:

  • American Companies: $2,000
  • CAM South: $1,000
  • C & J Parking Lot Sweeping: $2,000
  • Capitol Sweeping: $1,000
  • Clean Sweep of Baton Rouge: $2,000
  • Elgin Sweepers: $2,000
  • Keystone Sweeper Brooms: $2,000
  • Maximus Insurance: $2,000
  • Millennium Maintenance and Power Sweeping: $1,000
  • NiteHawk Sweepers: $2,000
  • RAVO Fayat Group: $2,000
  • Schwarze Industries, Inc.: $2,000

Winners of WSA Scholarships for the 2017/2018 Academic School Year are…

Jeffrey Crumpton, sponsored by CAM South, Birmingham, AL logo_camsouth Jeff works at CAM South and will be attending Jefferson Community College in Birmingham, Alabama. He is the oldest of two children who was raised by a single parent and routinely works overtime hours to help support his family. Jeff has served his country in the Army Reserve and will be the first person in his family to attend college. He intends to use the skills he learns to help him move up in his current job at CAM South. Even with working full time, Jeff took time to be part of his church’s Senior Moments Life Group, visiting nursing homes for monthly activities for the seniors. This WSA scholarship will allow Jeff to take more college credits per quarter so he can reach graduation sooner.
Margaret Krawczyk, sponsored by SouthCo Sweeping and Maintenance, Lugoff, South Carolina Margaret will be attending Charleston College, in Charleston, SC. Her mother is employed at SouthCo as CFO. She was very involved with extracurricular activities in high school, including being in five school plays, being an officer in the National Art Honors Society and the Harry Potter Club, as well as being a member of the schools Portfolio Club and the International Thespians Society. Margaret also was a student leader at her church and was involved in local theater groups. Philip Turner, the Student Pastor at her church, the First Baptist Church Columbia, offered these comments: “Meg has served as a leader in our Student Leadership program. She has qualified for, and has participated in Student Leadership University. SLU is the premier student leadership training program in the world. “Meg is held in high regard by her peers and has tremendous influence on those around her. She has a heart to lead others by service and has displayed a commitment to her Lord, her church, her family, and her peers. She also has Christian character that is an example to both fellow students and adults alike. I proudly offer my highest recommendation for Meg. I am confident that she will continue to prove herself a person of integrity and excellence.”