If you reside in an area serviced by EnergyUnited or attend a school serviced by EnergyUnited, we have good news for you. The EnergyUnited is happy to support your education by introducing you to their valuable Empowering the Future Scholarship Program. Candidates attending any of the schools Central Davidson, Davie County, Davie County Early College, Hopewell, Ledford, North Iredell, South Davidson, West Iredell and William Amos Hough are eligible to apply. You should have plans to attend a college, university, or technical school during the 2021-22 school year to be considered.
EnergyUnited love their customers a lot and wants to take every possible step to reduce their financial stress. The company has created this scholarship to defray the students’ educational expenses stress through this scholarship and help them achieve their academic dreams by not worrying about expenses. The company is willing to support its customers by providing for the academic needs of their loved ones.
The EnergyUnited is one of the vastest 26 electric cooperatives in North Carolina, which is offering affordable, secure and reliable power and continuously striving improve the standard of living of the members as well as the areas they serve. A co-op or EnergyUnited is a non-profit electric utility that is managed and owned by the consumers who they serve. The union is governed by a board of Directors Selected by members with a goal of providing at-cost electric service.
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|Educational Level||High school students|
|Number of Awards||2|
|Application Deadline||March 31, 2021|
Who May Be Eligible
Please go through the requirements mentioned below which help you ensure about your eligibility:
- Fellows who reside in a residence that is serviced by EnergyUnited or attend a school serviced by EnergyUnited are eligible.
- Candidates attending any of the schools Central Davidson, Davie County, Davie County Early College, Hopewell, Ledford, North Iredell, South Davidson, West Iredell and William Amos Hough are eligible to apply.
- Applicants should have plans to attend a college, university, or technical school during the 2021-22 school year to be considered.
How to Apply
Eligible students can compete for the Scholarship through a simple online application form. Make sure you are providing all mandatory information and supporting materials through the application with concern. Late submissions done will not be entertained to award Scholarships. Incomplete supporting documents submitted will not be accepted by the organization. Candidates are held responsible for the authenticity of the information they are submitting.
- Five hundred words essay on describing your commitment to your community. Share how you ‘give back’ or volunteer in your community, transcript and a letter from a counsellor is required.
Two students will be selected to award the Scholarship of $5000 each. The funds received must only be used to pay the academic needs of the students like tuition, room and other valid requirements. The easy to access process makes these Scholarships more achievable. These programs empower students to work towards a brighter and a better future.
Applications must be submitted before March 31, 2021, to be accepted. Incomplete or late applications will not be accepted.