GFWC-NC Sallie Southall Cotten Scholarship DISTRICT 4 INFORMATION The District 4 Sallie Southall Cotten Scholarship is awarded to a candidate nominated by a local GFWC-NC club in the district. The DISTRICT 4 winner receives a $2500 one time scholarship payment to the NC university/college they attend. The runner-up receives a $1500 one time scholarship payment to the NC university/college they attend. The club candidate packet is due to Liz Arcabascio by January 8, 2021. Sallie Southall Cotten Scholarship Parent Release Form PLEASE NOTE: *A student email address; as well as a club woman email address included on the application form. This is how Liz contacts the candidates and club women regarding interview times. *Submit 3 complete packets to: Liz Arcabascio (email Liz for her address) email@example.com *Interviews will take place in February 2021. The time frame is 9 am - 4pm depending on the number of applicants received. The location is The Weir-Jordan House, 223 North Edgeworth Street, Greensboro,NC 27401. Snow date for interviews will be February 2021 with the same time frame and location. *The winner and runner-up will be announced in February 2021 and will be introduced at the Spring/ARTS Meeting. *The District 4 winner will advance to the GFWC-NC Sallie Southall Cotten judging for a $12,000 Scholarship. GFWC-NC INFORMATION The GFWC of North Carolina Sallie Southall Cotten Scholarship (SSCS) is a 4 year scholarship awarded to an outstanding North Carolina high school senior (male or female). Students must be first sponsored by a GFWC-NC club in their local area that is participating in the scholarship process to apply.(In the event the recipient graduates in three years, the tenure shall be three years). The scholarship is awarded in memory of our past State President Mrs. Robert R. Cotten (1911-1913).
GFWC-NC Greeson-Johnson Teaching Scholarship
The GFWC-NC Greeson-Johnson Teaching Scholarship began with the 2010-2012 Administration as part of the Literacy campaign of State President Sharon Greeson and State Director of Juniors Andie Johnson. The Teaching Scholarship is a one-time award given annually an outstanding rising College Junior (male or female) who has declared his/her major in education to become a K-12 teacher. SSCS winners are not eligible to apply for the GFWC-NC Greeson-Johnson Teaching Scholarship. CURRENT INFO TO BE UPDATED SEE BELOW FOR PREVIOUS ADMINISTRATION INFO... Greeson-Johnson Teaching Scholarship