Shallotte, NC — ATMC will be offering $2,000 scholarships to three deserving Brunswick County seniors and one Columbus County senior. Public school, private school and home-schooled graduating seniors in Brunswick County, graduating seniors at South Columbus High School in Tabor City, or private school and home-schooled graduating seniors who reside in the South Columbus High School district may apply. Applicants and/or their legal guardians must be customers of ATMC for Internet, telephone, cable TV, or ATMC Security services.
Scholarships will be awarded on the basis of academics, school-sponsored activities, community involvement, and interview skills. Winners of the ATMC scholarships may also be eligible to apply for a separate $2,500 Foundation for Rural Service (FRS) scholarship. To date, ATMC has awarded more than $85,000 in scholarships to 57 students since 2002.
Applications should be complete to ensure eligibility and must be received at an ATMC location by 6:00 p.m., on December 11, 2018. For more information regarding the ATMC scholarship program, contact the guidance counselor at your local high school, download an application at www.atmc.com, or call 910-755-1677.
ATMC is a member-owned cooperative providing a multitude of communications services, including telephone, business systems, wireless, Internet/Broadband, cable television service, and ATMC Security, in Brunswick and Columbus Counties in southeastern North Carolina. ATMC is one of the largest telephone cooperative in North Carolina and the United States. For more information on ATMC products and services, visit www.atmc.com.
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