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Basketball Sports Camps

2021 Touchstone Energy Sports Camps

NOTE: THE 2021 SPORTS CAMPS PROGRAM HAS BEEN CANCELED THIS YEAR DUE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Each year, EnergyUnited selects one girl and one boy to attend basketball camp at two prestigious North Carolina college campuses. The all-expenses-paid scholarships, sponsored by North Carolina’s 26 Touchstone Energy cooperatives, provide funding for more than 50 middle-school students across the state. Young women can apply to attend the Wolfpack Basketball Camp at North Carolina State University, and young men can apply to the Roy Williams Carolina Basketball Camp at the University of North Carolina.

Eligibility:

  • Students must be enrolled in fifth through seventh grade at any qualifying North Carolina school.
  • Applicants’ schools must be located within EnergyUnited’s service area.

Criteria:

  • Original and accurately written essay: 50% criteria
  • Scholastic and extracurricular activities: 40% criteria
  • Short-answer question: 10% criteria

If you have questions, email us at _EU-sports-camp@energyunited.com


Meet Our 2020 Winners!

Riley Elliott, a rising seventh grader at Central Davidson Middle School, was selected as one of our 2020 winners to attend the Wolfpack Women’s Basketball Camp at NC State University.  Riley, who is the daughter of Chris and Shannon Elliott, enjoys playing basketball, singing and playing her guitar.

Caleb Brown, a rising seventh grader at Alexander Graham Middle School, was selected as one of our 2020 winners to attend the Roy Williams Carolina Basketball Camp at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.  Caleb, the son of David and Jackie Brown, enjoys playing basketball, baseball and drawing.

 

2020 sports camp winners

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