May 26, 2020 – During the Spring 2020 semester, eight students from Davidson County Community College benefited from scholarships provided by the Golden LEAF Scholarship program for the North Carolina Community College System.
The scholarship program helps North Carolinians residing in rural communities that are tobacco-dependent and/or economically distressed to attend the state’s community colleges and universities.
Recipients may apply the scholarship funds towards tuition, books, fees, supplies, transportation and child care related to attending certain qualifying classes during the academic year. Eligible students must demonstrate financial need and reside in eligible counties as designated by the Golden Leaf Foundation.
Students awarded scholarships from DCCC for the spring of 2020 include:
- Seth Starbuck of Thomasville
- Sarah Mobley of Thomasville
- Stephanie Mize of Trinity
- Haleigh Hulin of Lexington
- Wendy Glasscoe of Thomasville
- Samantha Colbert of Advance
- Caryne Douglas of Mocksville
- Kristin Campbell of Mocksville
About The Golden LEAF Foundation
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. The foundation has awarded 1,249 grants totaling more than $548 million since its inception. For more information about the foundation, visit www.goldenleaf.org or call 888-684-8404.
About Davidson County Community College
Founded in 1963, Davidson County Community College is a fully accredited, multi-campus college where students of all ages and backgrounds pursue academic and career-focused education in order to build successful futures. As one of 58 institutions within the North Carolina Community College System, DCCC offers more than 40 degree and professional certificate programs to students in Davidson and Davie counties, as well as affordable college-credit coursework to students who plan to transfer to 4-year universities. With a mission to serve the changing needs of students competing in a global environment, DCCC is committed to quality education, innovative and equitable learning experiences, training, and support across a wide range of 21st-century career fields. Visit Davidson County Community College at DavidsonCCC.edu.
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