Easley student shares top prize in electric cooperative contest

COLUMBIA — Micah Jordan, a native of Easley and student at Clemson University’s Honors College, is part of a team that claimed the top scholarship prize of $5,000 in the “Pay it Forward” competition sponsored by South Carolina’s electric cooperatives. The competition challenged students to search for solutions to pressing social and economic problems in the state’s rural areas.

With the inaugural contest, students at the state’s largest public honors college programs put their educations to work by brainstorming solutions. Honors students at Clemson and S.C. State universities were named as

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