College of Charleston, School of Business, Schottland Scholars

College of Charleston, School of Business, Schottland Scholars


I am very excited to announce our first alumni event hosted by the Schottland class of 2021!

Next Friday, September 18th beginning at 4pm we invite you to grab a drink and a snack with us at Edmund's Oast Restaurant located at 1081 Morrison Dr. Charleston, SC 29403. Upon arrival we will provide all attendees with a Schottland mask and will be following all social distancing procedures laid out by the restaurant.

We would appreciate it if you could fill out the following RSVP form to let us know if you can attend and please don't hesitate to reach out to myself ([email protected]) or Kia Williams ([email protected]) with any questions you may have! Looking forward to meeting many of you!

Awesome page! Love to find pages that show such a diverse range of talented students! As a fellow business student, I thought it would be helpful to provide some information on this new sci-fi thriller that kept me on the edge of my seat from beginning to end! It follows a man who joins a startup for an extreme virtual reality company to find himself tangled up in a corrupt business. I'm so excited for this film to release on VOD September 24th!
of our very own Tori (‘18) who was just recently awarded the JW Griffin Leadership award, one of the first Voyagers to ever win! Our Schotties never fail to impress
Atlanta Schotties, come out to the COFC Atlanta Alumni Club's LinkedIn Networking Event on March 14th!
Calling all Schotties! Have you given to what you love yet? 💕 The College of Charleston, School of Business, Schottland Scholars Program is a prestigious leadership program designed for highly motivated business students.⁣

Alumna Victoria Kabernagel '18 describes her time being a Schottland Scholar as "life changing" and says it helped her gain new-found confidence from a business perspective.

By giving your love to the Schottland Scholars program, you’ll enable the scholars to take advantage of opportunities to build relationships with business leaders and participate in a variety of professional and networking engagements throughout the year. Remember, we only have until Valentine's Day to give to the parts of the b-school that we love the most. today ➡️
I "retired" from Schottland Scholars 2 years ago, and still I talk about it nearly every day. I can't help myself. Just this week I've:

*heard from one of my students that she met Lauren Foster Summers at a Women in Business event
*met with Tom Martin about Martin Scholars and Schottland Scholars
*told a student about our alumni base in New York City
*had TWO visits from William A Finn
*recruited students for next year's class
*met with two students who hope to apply

During Give to What you Love, I always give to the Schottland Scholars program, my first academic love!
Recently Justin Kiddy visited with the College of Charleston, School of Business, Schottland Scholars for their leadership program. McCay Kiddy's own Mallory Banks is a member of this elite scholar program and invited Justin to visit with the group to discuss the challenges of owning your own business and the process of transitioning from employee to boss.

This leadership development program is designed to help top business students at the College of Charleston develop the skills needed to help them in their professional endeavors. They meet with top business leaders from the Charleston area as well as visit their facilities and offices. McCay Kiddy is proud to work with this impressive group of emerging leaders!
I just saw a trailer for a new documentary that looks really interesting! tells the inspiring story of self made billionaire John Paul DeJoria, who's work ethic and perseverance allowed him to transform from a homeless gang member to become the founder of Patron Tequila and co-founder of Paul Mitchell. John was able to do all this while practicing his values of generosity and charity, making him a role model for conscious capitalism!
So excited to see everyone tonight for Burger & A Bottle Happy Hour at Fish!! Sharing an article from today's Post & Courier spotlighting the Fish bar program :) see you soon!
I give to the Schottland Scholars program because I LOVE LOVE LOVE the Schottland Scholars, our Schottland Alumni, and our Schottland family, friends and mentors.
My "Give to What you Love" gift this year is in honor of Peter B. Schottland and Susan F Schottland and the whole Schottland clan.
Looking forward to hearing and telling stories of the Schottland legacy for years to come.

Schottland Scholars A program for a select group of College of Charleston School of Business senior students.

Operating as usual

Photos from College of Charleston, School of Business, Schottland Scholars's post 05/08/2023

This one is always bittersweet…🥹

These last couple weeks have been an amazing finish to another outstanding year. We were grateful to spend time with and and so many of our alumni as we closed out the academic year and prepare for graduation. It’s not over yet, but we just couldn’t wait to say…

Congrats to our graduating class of ‘23 Scholars! 🍾🎉

You will be missed…now go take on the 🌎!


This week for our Schottie Spotlight, meet Emily Turner! Emily is from Charleston, SC and is majoring in Hospitality and Tourism Management and minoring in International Studies. Outside of academics, Emily has been a Charleston 40 Tour Guide and an International Scholar since freshman year. In Emily’s free time she loves to travel and try new restaurants with her family and friends while exploring. She also loves going to concerts, learning about wine, and watching sports (especially basketball and golf)!

A fun fact about Emily is that she studied abroad three times during college in Italy, Iceland, and Greece!

During her senior year, Emily is most excited to take the time to pursue new places and check off new adventures from her Charleston Bucket List.

After graduation, Emily will be working for the Auberge Resorts Collection at their Madeline Hotel & Residences in Telluride, Colorado and a member of their Manager Development Program (MDP) in their rooms division!

Photos from College of Charleston, School of Business, Schottland Scholars's post 04/24/2023

This post is one that is going to be very bittersweet, so buckle up folks. On April 14th, we had our final site visit of the year with the class of ‘22-‘23 Schottland Scholars! We were given the amazing opportunity to visit Blackbaud at their headquarters right here in Charleston. There, we met with their COO, Kevin Gregoire, and Senior Director and Chief of Staff, Courtney Champion.

At Blackbaud, we learned about their exceptional cloud computing technology that is most renowned for its fundraising capabilities. They obtain a heavy focus on CSR and serve communities across the board that equally advocate for social good. Situational leadership, methods of understanding people and your surrounding environments, and fully knowing your own self as a professional were memorable pieces of advice they gave to us all. Thank you Blackbaud for providing an incredible finale to our year together!

Photos from College of Charleston, School of Business, Schottland Scholars's post 04/20/2023

Another amazing individual who we were able to meet with over the past few weeks was David Ginn, the President and CEO of Charleston Regional Development Alliance! We learned about the missions of the CRDA to make Charleston a better place for economic development through multi-regional collaboration. It was incredibly eye opening for us all to think about and understand what goes on behind the scenes. We thank you very much for sharing your wisdom and the vision of your alliance to constantly sustain our winning nature as a community.

Photos from College of Charleston, School of Business, Schottland Scholars's post 04/19/2023

The first company we would like recognize as we wrapped up many of our amazing site visits for this year is: Callie’s Hot Little Biscuit! A few weeks ago, we had the immense joy of experiencing an authentic and raw conversation with their lovely founder and owner, Carrie Morey.

Carrie, thank you for being so transparent about the ebs and flows of the company over the years. You gave us a lot of great insights about your own career as well as the trajectory of how Callie’s came to be and we were very grateful for your time. We couldn’t forget her generosity in letting us devour some of her delicious biscuits as well!


This week for our Schottie Spotlight, meet Bevin Murphy! Bevin is from Stratham, NH and is majoring in Marketing. Outside of academics, Bevin is a School of Business Student Ambassador. In Bevin’s free time she loves to bake, play tennis, go on runs, and go to the beach.

A fun fact about Bevin is that she backpacked a portion of the Appalachian Trail for 17 days!

During her senior year, Bevin is excited to make memories with her friends.

After graduation, Bevin will be attending the College of Charleston’s MBA program!

Photos from College of Charleston, School of Business, Schottland Scholars's post 02/28/2023

This past weekend, we had the honor of visiting at their corporate location in Moncks Corner as well as their plant in Pineville, SC. We were joined by the Matin Scholars which added so much value to our experience.

We were able to learn about their operations that enable them to provide water and power to over 200,000 people, businesses, and cooperations throughout South Carolina. Some additional topics discussed included Santee Cooper’s internal continuous improvement initiatives, how EV’s are drastically changing the demand for electricity, and how solar is effected by weather and other conditions.

An additional thanks to the Wampee Conference Center for hosting us Friday evening and providing us with delicious meals.


This week for our Schottie Spotlight, meet Smith Wheeler! Smith is from Fayetteville, North Carolina and is majoring in Finance and minoring in Business Administration. Outside of academics, Smith is a Portfolio Performance Analyst for the Investment Program. In Smith’s free time he enjoys golfing, spending time with friends, and going to the beach.

A fun fact about Smith is that serves on the alumni council at Darlington School where he was a boarding student for four years!

During his senior year, Smith is excited to intern with Coastal Wealth Management and learn more about that side of the industry. He is also looking forward to traveling around the Lowcountry with the Schottland Scholars to learn from many inspiring leaders.

After graduation, Smith is going to be an Investment Banking Analyst at Brookwood Associates in Atlanta, Georgia!


This past Friday, February 10th we thoroughly enjoyed our site visit to Ingevity. It was truly amazing to learn of how fast they have grown as not only a chemical company, but one that places such an immense and sincere focus on sustainability. Your achievements were all very inspiring and we appreciate all of the hard work you put in to protect our environment!

Photos from College of Charleston, School of Business, Schottland Scholars's post 02/08/2023

On Friday, February 3rd two lunches were held with the Dean of the CofC Business School, Paul Schwager, and with the Provost, Suzanne Austin. The women and men of Schottland Scholars appreciated the opportunity to ask questions to such esteemed leaders in the CofC community.

Lastly, on Friday evening, we met with Kimberly Butler Willis who is the Co-Founder and Managing Director at Goodstock Consulting, LLC. Dr. Willis provided us with extremely valuable information about her career trajectory and DEI measures we can implement in our lives both now and in the future.


On Monday, January 30th we were able to meet with Dianne Culhane who spent 23 years at Coca Cola and is on the Board of Governors. It was amazing to hear about her experience as well as her travels resulting from working at a global company.


This week for our Schottie Spotlight, meet Sadie Wright! Sadie is from Fairhope, Alabama and is majoring in Marketing and minoring in Management. Outside of academics, Sadie is in the Honors College and is a member of the Alpha Delta Pi sorority. She has worked as an Honors Peer Facilitator for a First Year Experience as well as interned with a public relations company and a marketing agency. In Sadie’s free time she loves reading books on the beach, working out, going on walks, or spending time with friends.

A fun fact about Sadie is that she loves traveling and studied abroad in Scotland this past summer!

During her senior year, Sadie is excited to check everything off of her Charleston bucket list.

After graduation, Sadie is planning to work for a marketing agency!


This Monday, we were honored to enjoy a nice dinner with the Head of Volvo Car University & Sustainability Americas, Katarina Fjording!

Through many laughs and great conversation, it was truly inspiring to learn about Katarina’s experience and the progressive impact she continually has in her role at Volvo. On top of that, she even obtains a strong presence and voice here in our local Charleston community along with many others. Her insight and advice are something we will all carry with us in the next steps of our career.

Thank you Katarina for joining us and thank you Edmund’s Oast for hosting such a great event!


Happy CofC Day from the Class of 2023 Schottland Scholars! We are so grateful for all the support that our CofC family has provided us. If you are able or desire to, please consider donating to the Schottland Scholar Program directly. You can follow the link in our bio to the donation page. Thank you so much and Go Cougs!

Photos from College of Charleston, School of Business, Schottland Scholars's post 01/24/2023

Last week we had the privilege to meet with Bosch in Summerville, SC. It was amazing to touch base with and learn from leaders at the company as well as a few of our very own Schottland Scholars Alum that currently work there.

We explored supply chain, Bosch’s warehouse, and some of their employees’ inspirational career trajectories. 

Thank you so much for hosting and sharing your impressive facility with us!


Beginning yesterday, the official application to become a 2023-2024 Schottland Scholar turned live and is now open for all interested!

For more details about the program and the application, please follow the direct link in our bio. Applications are due on March 6th, 2023 and we are so excited to learn more about our prospective Schotties!

Contact information for our current scholars as well as our directors of the program can be found through the “Current Scholars” and “Contact Us” back links that are connected to the application. Please feel free to reach out with any specific questions or concerns, we wish you the best of luck!

Photos from College of Charleston, School of Business, Schottland Scholars's post 01/05/2023

We have officially made it to Charlotte, NC for our Spring 2023 Tour of Organizations! Over the past two days we have met with many amazing companies and alumni, all sharing their valuable knowledge and leadership styles with us. Thank you to Deloitte, Credit Karma, Seamon Whiteside, E4E Relief, and our Alumni for hosting and meeting with us.

Photos from College of Charleston, School of Business, Schottland Scholars's post 12/03/2022

On Monday we had the privilege of meeting with Explore Charleston at High Cotton. We valued all they shared with us regarding their career trajectories as well as some advice they have for us as we look to enter the professional world following graduation. Additionally, we are so grateful to have learned about a few things to do downtown during our senior year!

We also had the privilege of briefly meeting with a wonderful group of CEOs from Atlanta following our dinner. Thank you all!


This week for our Schottie Spotlight, meet Charlotte Fitzsimmons! Charlotte is from South Orange, New Jersey and is majoring in Marketing with a double minor in Business Administration and Psychology. Outside of academics, Charlotte is in the Honors College, involved in the REACH Program, and is also a member of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. Charlotte loves spending time with friends, family, and her dog along with traveling, running, and trying new restaurants.

A fun fact about Charlotte is that she has been a Nationally Registered Emergency Medical Technician since 2019!

During her senior year, Charlotte is excited to embrace all that Schottland Scholars has to offer as well as utilizing her time to explore places in Charleston she hasn’t been just yet.

After graduation, Charlotte is going to enter the marketing field full-time in New York City!

Photos from College of Charleston, School of Business, Schottland Scholars's post 11/15/2022

Over the past couple of weeks we have had the privilege to meet with multiple companies and executives. We were able to ask questions centered around their career trajectories, leadership styles, and how they adapt to changes in the market.

A huge thanks to The Port of Charleston, Kellie Suggs, Turn90, and The InterTech Group. We appreciate your time and all the information you have shared with us!


This week for our Schottie Spotlight, meet Kate Schmiege! Kate is from Dallas, Texas and is majoring in International Business and Spanish. Outside of academics, Kate is on the varsity off-shore sailing team for The College. Kate loves spending time with friends and family as well as traveling, cooking, and spending time on the water.

A fun fact about Kate is that she started an online art business during the pandemic called The Happy Tulip Company for her watercolors!

During her senior year, Kate is really excited to experience events with her fellow Schottland Scholars. She states that she is, “so inspired by every one of them and all of the incredible people we get to meet with”. She is also very excited for he last few regattas with the sailing team and her fellow teammates.

After graduation, Kate is interested in corporate sustainability consultation or data analytics marketing.

Photos from College of Charleston, School of Business, Schottland Scholars's post 10/23/2022

Yesterday afternoon, we had the immense pleasure of meeting with the co-founder of Digital Ignite, Chris Clark, and a few of his team members (including the beloved Levi of course 🐶)! It was truly exceptional to learn about how they have transitioned into such a successful digital media company over the years alongside a technological environment that is ever changing.

We appreciated your transparency about the company’s journey through trials and tribulations and found it particularly interesting to hear about your strategies involving programmatic advertising, real time bidding, and coping mechanisms surrounding new data privacy restrictions that may come into play in the future.

Thank you so very much again for hosting us ! We are super grateful for being given the opportunity to meet with you and are very excited to both witness and learn from your continual success within Digital Media and Marketing moving forward!


This week for our Schottie Spotlight, meet Taylor Mulvehill! Taylor is from Norton, Massachussetts and is majoring in Marketing with a minor Spanish. Outside of academics, Taylor wears many hats at Tommy Condon’s Irish Pub in the heart of downtown Charleston including, hosting, bartending, serving, and being a shift leader! She really values the connections that she has made with her coworkers over the past four years and considers them family.

In Taylor’s free time, she loves to take time to relax as she considers herself to be a workaholic and is hoping to create a stronger work life balance moving forward. These activities include long beach days, exploring nature, and watching and attending sports events! A fun fact about Taylor is that she loves to sing and has a deep appreciation for music.

During her senior year, Taylor is really excited to dive into different areas of Marketing and gain more experience through internships prior to graduation by learning from so many amazing mentors and experienced professionals. After graduation, Taylor is interested in the idea of finding a job in a Spanish speaking country to help her become fluent. She loves everything about the Spanish language and becoming fully proficient has been a dream of hers.

Taylor grew up in a very family oriented environment that she is extremely thankful for and this is one of the main things that defines her. She is also filled with an unspeakable joy when she is around dogs and kids.

Photos from College of Charleston, School of Business, Schottland Scholars's post 10/11/2022

Yesterday evening we had the privilege of having dinner with President Hsu. We spoke about a variety of topics ranging from President Hsu’s career path to his experience with the College of Charleston Lego set that several of us have in our respective homes! We are looking forward to continuing to work with and learn from him in the future. It was truly an honor spending our evening with you, President Hsu!


Today we are making an incredibly special post for someone that truly makes this program possible.

Jeremy, your wisdom, kind nature, and the aspects of leadership that you continuously exemplify day in and day out inspire us all beyond measure. You put your entire heart and soul not only into this program, but into every part of your life and it most definitely does not go unseen. We are so beyond grateful to have you as a director of the Schottland Scholars and for everything that you do (and have already done) for us all to grow and succeed as young professionals.

We apologize for it being a day late, but we could never forget to wish someone who is so important to us an extremely Happy Birthday! On top of celebrating your own special day, you were also able to celebrate the marriage of our ‘17 Schottie alumni, Mallory and her husband Keaton, with your loved ones by your side.

Congratulations Mallory and Keaton, we wish you a lifetime of love and happiness together! Jeremy, we hope that your birthday was wonderful and we can’t wait until it’s our turn to celebrate with you! 🎊🎈


📢Attention all alumni:📢

Next Wednesday, October 12th @ 5:15 PM we will be having an alumni event at Off Track Ice Cream where we invite all of our alumni Schotties who are currently in Charleston to enjoy a sweet treat with us! 🍦We’re hoping that many of you can make it and if so we truly look forward to meeting and connecting with you all. Please feel free to reach out with questions if you have any!


This week for our Schottie Spotlight, meet Brea Fields! Brea is from Toledo, Ohio and is majoring in Business Administration with a Concentration in Leadership for Sustainability. Outside of academics, Brea serves on the Honor Board and is president of the Alpha Omega campus ministry at the College. She also teaches lessons for Charleston Swim and loves working with all her swimmers there!

In Brea’s free time, she loves to be in the water whether it is swimming at the pool or going to the beach. She also loves reading and spending time with family and friends. A fun fact about Brea is that she loves singing and all things music! Going to concerts and live events are some of her favorite things to do!

During her senior year, Brea is excited for all the learning and growth opportunities she is able to take on this year, including Schottland Scholars and all of her classes. She looks forward to the real-world experiences and knowledge that she will be able to gain while getting prepared for what's to come after graduation.


This week for our Schottie Spotlight, meet Benjamin (Ben) Pugh! Ben is from Towson, Maryland and is majoring in Accounting and Finance with a minor in Environmental Science. Outside of academics, Ben is a member of the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity and is involved with CisternYard Radio.

In Ben’s free time, he enjoys playing the drums, sailing, camping, and fishing. A fun fact about Ben is that he has been a volunteer firefighter in Maryland since he was 16.

During his senior year, Ben is looking forward to continuing his involvement with the Schottland Scholar Program and embracing all it has to offer.

After graduation Ben looks forward to beginning his professional career, hopefully in the sustainable energy sector.


This week for our Schottie Spotlight, meet Olivia Forte! Olivia is from Pittsburgh, PA and is majoring in Hospitality & Tourism Management and minoring in Marketing. Outside of academics, Olivia is the president of the Club for Hospitality and Tourism as well as a Stage Manager for the CofC AcaBelles.

In Olivia’s free time, she loves to eat ice cream, watch TV with her roommates, walk to the Battery, and go to the beach. Olivia has always been musically inclined and has performed in shows for 8 years including Ariel in The Little Mermaid. Olivia also played piano competitively for 10 years.

During her senior year, Olivia is looking forward to her sailing class as well as continuing her work with the AcaBelles.

After graduation, Olivia would love to travel across Europe and then eventually return back to Charleston.


We really loved meeting with Jonathan DiOrio at The Watch yesterday. We valued hearing about his career experiences and advice over some delicious food! Thank you, Jonathan.


Kicking off our Schottie Spotlights, meet Rex Bingham! Rex is from Spartanburg, SC and is a double major in Supply Chain Management and International Business with a minor in Business Language in Spanish.

Outside of academics, Rex is involved in Club Soccer, Club Running, and the Phi Chi Theta Business Fraternity. In Rex’s free time he competes in many different races, competitions and scuba dives.

During his senior year, Rex is looking forward to taking the highest level Supply Chain and Business Classes! He is also excited to continue exploring Charleston and to be apart of club sports.

After graduation, Rex aspires to work in the Supply Chain Industry and to place himself in high-impact environments to hone his abilities.

Photos from College of Charleston, School of Business, Schottland Scholars's post 08/19/2022

Over the course of the week, we have met with so many incredible and intelligent executives in New York City. Thank you so much to Vivid+Co, Addition Wealth, The Siegfried Group, The Vendry, Hearst, The Museum of the City of New York, American Express, and Wunderkind. Additionally, thank you so much to our Schottland Alumni for spending time with us this week!


The 2022-2023 Schottland Scholars have officially arrived in NYC! We have met with numerous incredible executives and are thrilled to experience what the rest of the week brings us!

Photos from College of Charleston, School of Business, Schottland Scholars's post 08/10/2022

You didn’t think our Schotties were resting on their laurels this summer, did you?! Last night we celebrated Brea Fields who just completed the amazing Explore Charleston ICEP program and internship with Charleston International Airport! Brea was our first College of Charleston Cougar to participate in this, the 2nd class of ICEP scholars! We’re excited to see what knowledge Brea will share with our Schotties this year🙌

Monday kicks off our year with our Fall Tour of Orgs in NYC! Stay tuned for highlights coming soon 📸 🏙

Photos from College of Charleston, School of Business, Schottland Scholars's post 05/14/2022

Another successful alumni brunch! It was amazing to see all our alumni back in Charleston for the return of ACA weekend! Congrats to our ‘22 grads, on to big things and welcome to our incoming class of ‘23, big things in store 🙌

We love our Schotty family🤩

Photos from College of Charleston, School of Business, Schottland Scholars's post 05/08/2022

A huge CONGRATS! to our Class of 2022 Schottland Scholars who walked the Cistern this morning 🎉👩🏾‍🎓👨‍🎓🧑🏼‍🎓
We had an amazing week of reflection and celebration….and wow, did you see all those awards 👀!!!
We are so proud of each of you and we can’t wait to see what you make of this world🙌

Photos from College of Charleston, School of Business, Schottland Scholars's post 05/05/2022

It’s hard to put into words how much this program means to all of us! Forever thankful for Bill, Jeremy, and Esta for all of their hard work and support.

Photos from College of Charleston, School of Business, Schottland Scholars's post 04/23/2022

Such a special night reflecting on the year with Susan and Peter Schottland! Lots of great memories shared. A huge thank you to Susan and Peter for continuously supporting this program!

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