Seven NCICU students each received a $2,000 Dominion Energy Scholarship from the Independent College Fund of North Carolina (ICFNC).
The students are:
Joshua Tolson from Manteo, a freshman at Methodist University
Zenaida Ramos from Currituck, a senior at NC Wesleyan College
Jennifer Murphy from Everetts, a junior at University of Mount Olive
Miranda Griffin from Williamston, a sophomore at Meredith
Jessica Dowdy from Jarvisburg, a senior at Campbell University ($1,000)
John Hodges from Grandy, NC, a senior at Campbell University ($1,000)
Harley Williams from Seaboard, a freshman at Chowan University
Brianna Cooper from Seaboard, a senior at Chowan University
Dominion Energy maintains a substantial and diverse commitment to quality education believing it to be the key component of economic growth. The company partners with the educational community through mentoring initiatives, philanthropic support and other means to strengthen STEM competitiveness.
Dominion Energy has provided more than $440,000 in scholarship funds to ICFNC over the past 54 years. Recipients are Business, Engineering Technology, Liberal Arts, or Construction Management majors, and are residents of Dare, Currituck, Camden, Northampton, or Martin County, North Carolina.
“Dominion Energy is supporting North Carolina’s economic growth through scholarships that will help prepare students for tomorrow’s workplace,” said ICFNC Director Colleen Kinser. “We are deeply grateful for this partnership and for Dominion’s continuing support of our students.”
The Independent College Fund of North Carolina, is a division of North Carolina Independent Colleges & Universities (NCICU), the sector of higher education that represents North Carolina’s 36 private, non-profit colleges and universities.