COLUMBIA, SC – Samantha Kullman, of Ridge View High School, is the 2020 recipient of the John Mobley Law Firm Scholarship.
Samantha attended five high schools because her family moved around a lot. Still, she played trumpet in the marching band and played handbells for her church. As a member of the teacher cadet program, Samantha assisted with her school’s special education class. She works as a part-time bookkeeper at Bi-Lo.
Samantha plans to attend the University of South Carolina in Columbia in the fall to major in elementary education. A recipient of the Teaching Fellows Scholarship, she plans to become a special education teacher.
Mobley founded The John Mobley Law Firm Scholarship in honor of his son, Brandon who has high-functioning autism.
“I know just how much hard work and dedication it takes for someone to commit to working in this field,” Mobley said. “Brandon is an amazing child and he thrives because of the love and dedication of these workers and educators and the support of his family.”
In Samantha’s letter of recommendation, Ridge View High School Teacher Cadet instructor and adviser Mathew R. Tinneny says: “Academically, Sam is head and shoulders above the majority of the students at RVHS. She is more than capable of doing well in college. … Sam has the real passion to teach that most people only talk about having. She’s a natural.”
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