Chamber Scholarship Application

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North Carolina Community Foundation Scholarship Application Form

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Essay Question: Students must submit a 1-page essay, (typed, double spaced, 12 pt font, with normal margins).

Acceptable file types: doc,pdf,docx,txt.
Maximum file size: 1mb.
Please put your name in the upper right corner of the page.

On a single separate page, please provide a typed list of your extracurricular activities (clubs, sports, fine arts groups, volunteer work, scouting, hobbies, jobs, internships, etc.), including the years you participated and the number of hours per week devoted to each. Also list awards or recognitions you have received.

- High School Seniors should submit a high school transcript with test scores (SAT, ACT, AP)
- College students should submit a college or university transcript.

- One from a teacher
- One from a teacher, guidance counselor, coach, pastor, supervisor, or other qualified individual.



I certify that the information provided in this application packet is complete and accurate to the best of my knowledge. I understand that falsification of information will result in termination of any scholarship granted. I understand that incomplete applications may not be considered. I certify that I have read the instructions and will comply with all requests for documentation of financial need and academic status. Should I receive a scholarship, I will notify the NCCF of any change of plans, and the NCCF may use my name and likeness in publicity materials relating to the Foundation.


I understand that NCCF scholarships may only be used towards the published cost of attendance at accredited US institutions of higher learning.


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