Crowder Scholarship Fund

The Crowder Scholarship Fund provide undergraduate scholarships to the children of employees of general contracting companies headquartered in Mecklenburg County, NC. Eligible companies must be members of the Carolinas Associated General Contractors of America, Inc.


Eligibility:
- Children of employees shall be defined to include natural born or legally adopted dependent children and stepchildren and wards of employees; in the case of stepchildren and wards, the applicant must live in the home with the eligible employee
- Parents or legally appointed guardians of applicants must have worked for their respective general contracting company for at least three years prior to the application deadline
- Applicants must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0 (on a 4.0 scale)
- Descendants of O. P. Crowder and W. T. Crowder, Sr. are not eligible for scholarships

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