Up to $2,500 for an adult student from Yadkin County Schools seeking to continue their education toward a nursing degree or credential. The second year of the scholarship will be awarded contingent on maintaining passing grades and successful academic progression.
Eligible candidates must be Yadkin County residents pursuing a nursing degree or credential from a community college or 4-year institution. Applicants must have graduated high school prior to 2022 and/or be returning to or starting an academic program later in life. Eligible applicants must have financial needs and have overcome adversity and/or life challenges. Preference will be given to those not having the benefit of being raised by biological parents or raised by a single parent. Students must have earned the minimum grades required for nursing program enrollment. A completed FAFSA is not required but may help determine financial need. Community and volunteer service may be considered but is not required, especially where life circumstances have prevented community participation and service. Students will be paired with a mentor(s) from the Compassion Care Center.Apply Now
November 30, 2023Apply Today