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CFIC Everett and Trudy Suddreth Scholarship of Excellence

$2,500

April 04, 2019

Awards Available: 40

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Carolinas Food Industry Council (CFIC) is proud to offer employees of its member companies the opportunity to apply to win an Everett & Trudy Suddreth Scholarship of Excellence Award. Funded by the Council’s charitable foundation, the Retail Consumer Alliance (RCA), this scholarship program is awarded annually to 40 deserving students.

    Eligibility:
    -A spouse or dependent of a permanent, full-time employee of a CFIC Retail, Wholesale or Supplier Member Company (Employee must be employed for at least 1 year)
    -Any student who is, at minimum, a part-time employee of a CFIC Retail, Wholesale or Supplier Member Company (Student must be employed for at least 6 months)
    -High School Seniors enrolling for the fall semester as College Freshmen
    -College Undergraduates enrolling for the fall semester as a Sophomore, Junior, or Senior
    -Students who have previously received a CFIC scholarship are eligible to apply again

    Call the CFIC to verify Carolina's Food Industry Council member status before applying. All applicants or parents of applicants must still be employed by a CFIC member company at the time winners are selected in June.
  • Contact
  • Sarah Cribb
  • CFIC, Attn: Scholarship
  • PO Box 1030
  • Raleigh, NC 27602
  • sarahc@ncrma.org
  • tel: 919-832-0811
  • fax: 919-832-0812

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Robin K  on 2/24/2016 10:58:35 PM

My name is Robin and I am 30 years old. I am a mother of three. My kids are 16, 10, and 7 years old. I got pregnant with my first child when I was 13 and I turned 14 January 3rd and gave birth February 19th. I was in the 8th grade. I went to school up till 11th grade and I left there to get my GED. I am attending Keiser University to earn a associate degree in Medical Assisting Science. I recently checked my credit report and seen that I owe close to $10,000 and I'm not even halfway through school. I am applying for this scholarship in hopes to help pay for me to continue my education. I want to influence my children and show them that I've accomplished something in life. I really hope I win this, it would help pay for my education and help me to be able to continue foward with school. Thanks

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