The Henderson County Education Foundation scholarship application portal is now open for 2019 graduating seniors with 32 scholarships available, ranging from $250 to $5,000.
The Education Foundation is proud to announce three new scholarships available for the 2019 year. The Community Tennis Association will award two $1,000 awards for graduating seniors who are active members of their school’s tennis team.
The Wingate University Hendersonville Health Sciences Center “Future Leader in Healthcare Scholarship” scholarship will award $250 to a graduating senior from Early College, East, Hendersonville, North and West Henderson High Schools who have a desire to enter a healthcare career. The Hunter Automotive Group will add on a second full-ride scholarship to Blue Ridge Community College for a student interested in the Collision Repair Program. Upon successful completion of the program, that student will be offered a position with the Hunter Automotive Group.
Detailed instructions on how to apply and scholarship eligibility are available on the Education Foundation website at: http://hcefnc.org/ourwork/scholarships/. The deadline for applications is February 12, 2019 at midnight. Questions regarding the scholarship process can be directed to email@example.com or by calling 828.697.5551.
About the Henderson County Education Foundation: Founded in October 1986, the Henderson County Education Foundation, HCEF, has provided resources aimed at improving the educational experience for Henderson County students and citizens for 32 years. The mission of the Henderson County Education Foundation is to develop resources to support educational excellence in the Henderson County Public Schools.