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The North Carolina Teaching Fellows Program is a competitive, merit-based forgivable loan for service program that provides up to $4,125 per semester for up to eight semesters (four years) to highly qualified students committed to teaching special education or a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics) field in a North Carolina public school.
Apply here: https://ncteachingfellows.smapply.io/prog/north_carolina_teaching_fellows_program/
All students who wish to be considered for the Robertson Scholars Leadership Program are strongly encouraged to complete the online application. While all students who apply to Duke and UNC-Chapel Hill are automatically considered for merit scholarships, completing the Robertson online application is the only way to ensure that the student’s materials will be reviewed by a selection committee.
Apply here: https://robertsonscholars.org/
The Creative Writing Program and the Department of English of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill are pleased to announce the Thomas Wolfe Scholarship, which offers full four-year financial support to one incoming freshman per year.
The Thomas Wolfe Scholarship's level of support is comparable to that of the University's well-known Morehead Scholarships. Whereas the Morehead Scholarship places broad emphasis on a candidate's exemplary leadership, community service, academic excellence, and physical vigor, the Thomas Wolfe Scholarship seeks to identify and reward students with exceptionally focused literary ability and promise.
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Morehead-Cain was the first merit-based scholarship program established in the United States. At Morehead-Cain, scholars are chosen based on four criteria: Leadership, Moral Force of Character, Scholarship, and Physical Vigor. In each high school senior class, there are a select few who embody these criteria and set a higher standard for the school community.
Nominated students demonstrate the following attributes:
If you intend to apply for admission to UNC Chapel Hill and would like to be considered for this scholarship nomination, please contact your counselor ASAP.
You must submit an application to UNC-CH by October 15th if you intend to qualify for this scholarship.
For more information: http://www.moreheadcain.org/apply/
The Light on the Hill Society Scholarship effort began during the 2005 UNC Black Alumni Reunion. Organizers challenges alumni to initially contribute $1,952 each - representing the 1952 class year of Harvey Beech, Carolina's first African-American graduate - to become founding members of the scholarship fund.
For more than 13 years, Carolina alumni and friends have annually made tax-deductible gifts to the fund, ranging from a few dollars to several thousand, the largest being a $350,000 gift from NFL star Julius Peppers '02.
The Light on the Hill Society Scholarship will award ten (10) scholarships to African-American students who will enroll at UNC Chapel Hill for fall 2019.
By providing scholarships to first-year African-American students, this award serves as a tribute to African-American alumni of the 1950s and 1960s who were instrumental in the desegregation of UNC Chapel Hill.
A selection committee will evaluate applicants based on the following:
Application available here: alumni.unc.edu/loth/
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