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SCC Students Awarded Golden LEAF Scholarships

sccnewsiconEleven students from Stanly Community College will receive scholarships through the Golden LEAF Scholarship program for the North Carolina Community College System. The Golden LEAF Scholarship program, designed to help North Carolinians attend the state’s community colleges, is funded through a $750,000 grant from the Golden LEAF Foundation.

The scholarship can be used for tuition, books, fees, supplies, transportation and childcare related to attending classes during the 2014-15 academic year, and industry-recognized credential testing expenses that address skill gaps upon course completion. Eligible students must demonstrate financial need and reside in rural counties that are tobacco-dependent and/or economically distressed. Scholarships for both occupational and curriculum students are available during the fall, spring and summer semesters.

“The Golden LEAF Foundation is proud to have awarded over 8,000 Golden LEAF Scholarships to help North Carolinians attend our state’s community colleges,” said Dan Gerlach, Golden LEAF President. “Our hope is that these scholarships will help build the talent, knowledge and skills of our current and future workforce, especially in the rural areas of our state.”

The Golden LEAF Foundation is a nonprofit organization established in 1999 to help transform North Carolina’s economy. The foundation has awarded 1,275 grants totaling more than $561 million since its inception. For more information about the foundation, visit http://www.goldenleaf.org or call (888) 684-8404.

To find a list of participating community colleges and eligible counties, visit www.goldenleaf.org. Students interested in applying for a Golden LEAF Scholarship should contact Stanly Community College’s Financial Aid Office at 704-991-0302.

 

SCC Announces Golden LEAF Scholarship Opportunities

sccnewsicon(November 6, 2013) Stanly Community College (SCC) is pleased to announce scholarships are available for the fall, spring and summer terms through a grant made by the Golden LEAF Foundation to the North Carolina Community College System. Curriculum students may apply for up to $750 per semester and occupational education students are eligible for up to $250 per term.

Golden LEAF Scholarships can be used to assist with tuition, fees, books, supplies, transportation and childcare expenses related to attending classes during the 2013-14 academic year and industry-recognized credential testing expenses that address skill gaps, upon course completion. Eligible students must demonstrate financial need and reside in rural counties that are tobacco-dependent and/or economically distressed. Scholarships for both occupational and curriculum students are available during the fall, spring and summer semesters.

Eleven SCC students have received Golden LEAF scholarship funds for the fall 2013 term. The deadline for applications for the spring term will be in February. Please contact the Financial Aid office at (704) 991-0302 to receive information about the scholarship program and an application.

The Golden LEAF Scholarship program, designed to help North Carolinians attend the state’s community colleges, is funded through a $750,000 grant from the Golden LEAF Foundation.

“The Golden LEAF Foundation is proud to have awarded over 6,400 Golden LEAF Scholarships to help North Carolinians attend our state’s community colleges,” said Dan Gerlach, Golden LEAF President. “Our hope is that these scholarships will help build the talent, knowledge and skills of our current and future workforce, which are in demand by industry, especially in the rural areas of our state.”

The Golden LEAF Foundation is a nonprofit organization established in 1999 to help transform North Carolina’s economy. The foundation receives one-half of North Carolina’s funds from the 1998 Master Settlement Agreement with cigarette manufacturers and places special emphasis on assisting tobacco-dependent, economically distressed and/or rural communities across the state. The Golden LEAF Foundation works in partnership with governmental entities, educational institutions, economic development organizations and nonprofits to achieve its mission. This foundation has awarded 1,216 grants totaling more than $538 million since its inception. For more information about the foundation, visit http://www.goldenleaf.org or call (888) 684-8404.

   

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Bright Futures

You have a Bright Future at SCC! Get ready for Fall Enrollment!

Dates: July 17 – 18 (on campus)
July 17 – 29 (online thru WebAdvisor)
August 6 – 12 (on campus & online)

Check the latest schedules here.

Electrical Lineman
Students climb sky high in our new electrical lineman program… check it out on page 17!

Welding
Are sparks in your future? Read about our new Welding Apprenticeship program on page 3!

CNC Machinist
Read how you can become a CNC Machinist on page 14!

Read the latest student success stories in the latest Connections magazine!

   

Bright Futures

You have a Bright Future at SCC! Get ready for Fall Enrollment!

Dates: July 17 – 18 (on campus)
July 17 – 29 (online thru WebAdvisor)
August 6 – 12 (on campus & online)

Check the latest schedules here.

Electrical Lineman
Students climb sky high in our new electrical lineman program… check it out on page 17!

Welding
Are sparks in your future? Read about our new Welding Apprenticeship program on page 3!

CNC Machinist
Read how you can become a CNC Machinist on page 14!

Read the latest student success stories in the latest Connections magazine!

   

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