Scholarships can become an important part of your financial aid package. The first step to initiate your financial aid is completing your FAFSA and residency determination. Don't worry if you don't know what these are. You have an expert available to assist you. That expert is your very own college advisor, Ms. Daye. It is never too early to get started, so schedule an appointment to come talk to her and begin your planning.
There are literally thousands of websites out there to assist you with your scholarship search. We've tried to develop this site as a resource for you. Scholarships can be based on your gender, the state you were born, grades, GPA, the color of your hair, the major you want study and a myriad of other topics. A google search is a great place to start.
The key is to start early and plan. Take some time to become familiar with the resources on this page and reach out to us if you need help or have questions.
Click on scholarship name for application and instructions or information.
2020 - 2021
If information about scholarship is attached and application is not, that is indicative you must go directly to scholarships' website for application.
2021 People Helping People
This is the annual scholarship offered by NC SECU. Completed applications and supporting documentation must be provided to your school counselor by the end of the school day on March 25, 2021.
All four documents below will assist you with application completion.
This scholarship application also requires a picture of the applicant that must be in jpeg format and emailed along with application to student's school counselor by the deadline.
The signed consent can either by taken to your school counselor by the deadline in hard copy or scanned and emailed along with application and picture.
2019 - 2020
These are scholarship applications from last school year and should only be used as a reference.
COVID-19 Crisis Protocol
Due to the COVID-19 outbreak we are following guidelines established by the governor, NC Board of Education, NC DPI and Martin County Schools' Board of Education. Social distancing will be strictly enforced for everyone's safety; therefore, all conferences will be completed via telephone or electronic video conferencing.
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