Perry's Joint Cafe creates a scholarship for 3 high school students in Pasadena, Ca

perrys joint community scholarship

Celebrating Muir Mustangs Jewel Theus, Jonathan J-Bob Stephens & Sydney Cattouse. These graduates are recipients of "The Perry's Joint Community Driven Scholarship 2018!" Saturday, August 11, 2018, from 10 am to 4 pm 100% of the proceeds made that day will be awarded to the 3 hard-working individuals. 

Meet the scholars:

Jewel Theus will attend UCLA this fall to major in Political Science and double minor in International Relations & African-American studies. After graduation, she aims to build a high-level platform within the government & become a political speaker to dissipate social injustices minorities face throughout society. Eventually, she plans on running for office to put forth change in America. While Jewel is humorous, she is very vocal when it comes to systematic oppression. Jewel has led two marches in Pasadena against police brutality as well as founded the Youth for Peace organization. Jewel is always open to learning new things and expanding her mindset. She’s involved in three sports and many clubs while maintaining to be on the Principals honor roll award for seven semesters and working a full-time job during her years at John Muir High school.

Jonathan J-Bob Stephens will attend SF State University this fall and major in African American Studies with a minor in Education. He aspires to get his PhD in Education. Armed with this, Jonathan will create an enhancement to the current education system to make it relevant to urban youth. In-addition, J-bob aspires to open a non-profit organization to mentor youth. J-Bob was the first recipient of the 2018 LA Rams, Deacon Jones Award from the National Football Foundation for his contribution to social justice within his community. Currently, he is a Bank of America Student Leader and an intern for the Union Station’s Homeless Services. As a Stang, J-Bob was involved in football, track and golf and maintained a weighted GPA of 3.7. This past May, as an honor roll student, J-bob graduated with High Honors.

Sydney Cattouse will attend UCLA this fall with the intent of majoring in Political Science and minoring in African-American studies. After graduation, he intends to attend law school and be a public defender for minorities. After practicing public defense, he wishes to enter politics and erase systematic oppression and social injustice. Sydney is a freelance photographer and enjoys listening to music, learning new things, and helping others. He has received a Scholastic Arts & Writing National Gold Medal for a piece he submitted. He has also received The Principals honor roll award for 7 consecutive semesters during his time at John Muir High school.

Your purchase will benefit their college education | 8/11/2018

Perry's joint community scholarship