NCRMA Retail Pays for College

$2,500

March 26, 2021

Awards Available: 10

  • Scholarship Description
  • Retail is more than providing consumers with great products. The Retail Consumer Alliance Foundation (RCA) is in partnership with NCRMA to award ten scholarships. The scholarship can be applied to tuition expenses at accredited, nonprofit colleges, universities, community colleges, or approved educational and professional training institutes located within the United States. A spouse or dependent of a permanent, full-time employee of an NCRMA Retail Member Company or any student who at a minimum is a part-time employee of an NCRMA Retail Member Company is eligible to apply. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • P.O. Box 1030
  • Raleigh, NC 27602
  • sarahc@ncrma.org
  • tel: 919-832-0811
  • fax: 919-832-0812

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Pamela d  on 9/24/2015 8:06:08 PM

I have a passion for retail. I have always dreamed of owning my own company and giving others the opportunity that was given to me. Since I started working, I was about 17 years old I have always worked in a retail job. I a currently a full-time student, and I have recently applied for Verizon as a Sales Representative. I just enjoy the line of work behind retailing. I love assisting customers with any problems because I enjoying solving problems. I would consider my self a very passionate, intelligent, and outstanding individual.

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