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EnergyUnited’s Empowering the Future scholarship program awards two $5,000 scholarships to qualified students currently enrolled in their senior year of high school who plan to attend a college, university or technical school after graduating high school.
Application deadline is March 31, 2020.
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2 – Students must write and submit responses to the two following statements:
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EnergyUnited is pleased to announce its 2019 Empowering the Future scholarship winners: Jason Jimenez of Iredell County and Parker Shoaf of Davidson County. Both students will receive $5,000 college scholarships from EnergyUnited, which will be used to cover qualifying college-related expenses. As Empowering the Future scholarship winners, Jimenez and Shoaf were selected by a special committee comprised of EnergyUnited members in recognition of their tremendous academic successes and demonstrated commitment to improving the quality of life in their respective communities.
“We are honored to award these scholarships to two outstanding young men,” said Maureen Moore, communications manager. “This program does not simply demonstrate EnergyUnited’s continued commitment to the community—it goes one step further by rewarding individual students who also espouse and visibly support this core cooperative belief.”
Jimenez, a senior at South Iredell High School, and Shoaf, a senior at West Davidson High School, are both planning to study biology starting next year when they begin classes at UNC Chapel Hill. But the two have more in common than their academic interests and plans. They have also demonstrated a profound commitment to serving others by tutoring students and by volunteering at local nonprofit organizations in their communities.
2019 marked the second year in which EnergyUnited offered two $5,000 Empowering the Future scholarships. The cooperative received nearly 70 applications from students throughout its 19-county service area. All seniors who live in a residence or attend a high school served by EnergyUnited are eligible to apply each year.
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