Education Scholarship Event

June 19, 2015

Sheraton Imperial Hotel & Convention Center

Durham, NC

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Congresswoman

Alma S. Adams

The William L. Wainwright Scholarship Banquet
Keynote Speaker

June 19 @ 7pm

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Supporting Our Students

The North Carolina Legislative Black Caucus Foundation has provided support to higher education in North Carolina for more than 28 years.

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Providing Support for over 28 Years

The North Carolina Legislative Black Caucus Foundation has provided support to higher education in North Carolina for more than 28 years by awarding need-based scholarships to students attending one of the 10  participating Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) in North Carolina.

 

NCLBCF Student Video

A 15-minute video celebrating some of the NC Legislative Black Caucus Foundation 2011-2012 Scholarship recipients.


June 19, 2015   |     Sheraton Imperial Hotel & Convention Center  |    Durham, NC

 

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The EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP Event is a day to address topics that impact the citizens of North Carolina and students attending Historically Black Colleges and Universities in North Carolina. The day includes Issue Briefings, a Networking Luncheon and the annual signature fundraising event, THE WILLIAM L. WAINWRIGHT SCHOLARSHIP BANQUET. The keynote speaker for this year is Congresswoman Alma S. Adams representing North Carolina’s Twelfth Congressional District.

The North Carolina Legislative Black Caucus Foundation has provided support to higher education in North Carolina for more than 28 years by awarding need-based scholarships to students attending one of the10 participating Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) in North Carolina.

It is the Foundation’s goal to help address the decrease in college affordability, mounting student debt and to provide opportunities for education, information and empowerment of the community.

 
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