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Two Watauga High Seniors Win Teaching Fellows Scholarships PDF Print
Written by Dave Blanks   
Monday, 09 April 2007 01:41

Watauga High Seniors Savannah Haas and Kinsey Spencer have been awarded North Carolina Teaching Fellows Scholarships. The highly sought after scholarships are worth six-thousand-five-hundred dollars a year totaling twenty-six-thousand-dollars over a four period.

The North Carolina Teaching Fellows Program offers college scholarships to 500 of the most outstanding students from across the state each year. In exchange for their scholarships Teaching Fellows recipients agree to teach in the North Carolina public schools for at least four years after graduating. If a recipient does not fulfill the agreement, the scholarship must be repaid to the state with 10 percent interest. The program was created to attract more of the North Carolina’s most promising and capable young people into the teaching profession. There are currently over 3-thousand Teaching Fellows recipients teaching in the state’s public schools.
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