SCHOLARSHIP UPDATE Mount Tabor High School December 20, 2021 ***The Winston-Salem Foundation one-stop scholarship application becomes available on January 1, 2022. Check out scholarship opportunities at The merit scholarship deadline is March 15, 2022, and the need-based scholarship deadline is July 1, 2022*** MOUNT TABOR PTSA SCHOLARSHIPS-Join the PTSA by February 1, 2022 to be eligible for $500$1,000 ACADEMIC, ARTS & ATHLETIC scholarships. Scholarship applications will be available in January. Join the MT PTSA---find Mount Tabor PTSA on the website, then click on Purchase PTSA Membership Only 2022 Crosby Scholars Scholarships Crosby Scholars Seniors can apply for Crosby Scholars Scholarships in their Student Portal beginning January 2022! Find out which Crosby Scholars Scholarships are the best match for you by using our Scholarships Pathway. Check your Crosby Scholars Student Portal in early 2022 for the opening dates and deadlines for each Scholarship opportunity. LOOK FOR SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AT COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY WEB SITES (many institutions have early deadlines to qualify for merit scholarships) Many public universities outside North Carolina provide scholarship opportunities for out-of-state residents based on grade point average and ACT/SAT test scores. Check university websites for early application deadlines and details. ALL Senior Families should search for Student Financial Aid for North Carolinians at Click on the Pay for College tab at the top of the home page and search for valuable resources that will help in funding your college education. The GRANTS and SCHOLARSHIPS tab will open information about over 120 scholarship opportunities and the process to apply. You will also find information about federal and state grant programs. Review merit scholarship, forgivable loans, and need-based financial aid opportunities. Check out forgivable loan programs associated with underemployed job categories in North Carolina. Use your resources at All Mount Tabor senior families are encouraged to complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid), starting October 1, 2021. Check college/university websites for priority deadlines. The FAFSA determines need-based federal, state, and institutional aid and can be used for some merit-based scholarship opportunities. The CSS Profile is used by some colleges and universities to determine institutional aid. Families should file only if applying to particular institutions. Learn more about the CSS Profile at, including a list of participating institutions. Open October 1, 2021. FORSYTH COUNTY ASSOCIATION OF EDUCATORS ROBERT E. ANDERSON HUMAN RELATION AWARD STUDENT SCHOLARHSIP Criteria: The award recognizes a young adult for his/her contribution to the betterment of humanity; the student must exemplify “hands on” participation in an act of humanitarian nature toward an individual or a group of individuals; the student should be an advocate for others, kind benevolent and respectful to others---the student must be a immediate family member of a current FCAE member. Award: $1,000 scholarship Deadline: February 7, 2022 Contact: Information and application available in MTHS School Counseling Office VIENNA CIVIC CLUB SCHOLARSHIP Criteria: Seniors from North Forsyth, West Forsyth, Reagan, and Mount Tabor high schools; the club serves the Vfienna Fire District and Pffaftown community; awards will be based on need and merit without regard to gender, race, and national origin. Awards: Several scholarships from $100 to $500 Deadline: March 31, 2022 Contact: Information and applications are available in the MTHS School Counseling Office NORTH CAROLINA TEACHING FELLOWS PROGRAM ELON UNIVERSITY, MEREDITH COLLEGE, NORTH CAROLNA STATE UNIVERSITY, UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL,FAYETTEVILLE STATE UNIVERSITY, NORTH CAROLINA A &T STATE UNIVERSITY, UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT PEMBROKE, & UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHARLOTTE Criteria: The purpose of this program is to recruit, prepare, and support students residing in or attending institutions of higher education located in North Carolina to become highly effective STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics) or special education teachers in the State’s public schools Awards: $4,125 per semester for 8 semesters, renewable annually (forgiveable loan program based on employment in NC public school) Deadline


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