Campbell Scholar serves as tutor in two programs

By Kathy Woodard

Tony Webb, a junior elementary education major; Photo courtesy of Call Me MISTER

Tony Webb, a junior elementary education major, has been selected as a Campbell Scholar for 2007-2008. A graduate of Pendleton High School, Tony serves as president of the Call Me MISTER cohort, a leadership and service program for African-American males majoring in education.

Campbell Scholars tutor eight hours a week in elementary and middle school programs in the Clemson area, and receive a scholarship up to $6,000 per year.

Tony tutors at Kellett Elementary School in Seneca for the Campbell Scholars program and in the Easley Housing Authority Project for Call Me MISTER. He also served as a mentor for Project Middle Passage, a summer residential camp for 6th and 7th grade African American males.

“I am excited about the challenge and opportunity to participate in both the Call Me MISTER and Campbell Scholars programs,” Webb said. “I believe the Campbell Scholars program will add to the great experience I have had at Clemson in the field of education.” 

For more information: www.clemson.edu/servicealliance/.