Beersdorf, Loudermilk, and Wyatt have each worked for Chick-fil-A Canton for more than two years.
Beersdorf graduated from Timothy Ministry School, Loudermilk from Sequoyah High School, and Wyatt from Cherokee High. They are all attending Kennesaw State University.
Beersdorf was involved in cheerleading and ultra marathons and has studied in China for a year after graduation.
Loudermilk was involved with Student Government, National Honor Society, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and captain of the Football Basketball Cheerleading squad.
She was also Sequoyah’s student representative to the Board of Education.
Wyatt was on the Cherokee High School Junior Varsity and Varsity basketball teams for four years, in which time they made it to the playoffs.
“The program recognizes employees who demonstrate the leadership and character qualities to build a successful life, while offering tangible assistance to enrich their lives with education beyond high school,” said Kevin Williams, operator of both Canton locations. “Hannah, Megan, and Cory all have the potential to accomplish great things.”
The Chick-fil-A Leadership Scholarship Program began in 1973 out of founder Truett Cathy’s desire to incent restaurant employees to further their education.
Since the program’s inception, more than 3,100 team members have received scholarships, bringing the total amount to nearly $30 million.