North Carolina Home Builders Association Scholarship

The North Carolina Home Builders Educational & Charitable Foundation, Inc. accepts applications for its college scholarships each year between January and April. The foundation awards scholarships based on a combination of need and merit to four-year college students entering their junior or senior year and technical school students entering their second year who have declared their major in a construction related field. Eligibility:-Applicants must be nominated by a NCHBA member firm-Nominees shall be immediate family members of NCHBA member firms, related by blood, (i.e. children, step-children or grandchildren)-Students related by marriage, (ie. son-in-law, daughter-in-law, etc.) are not eligible-Immediate family members of any current trustee of the NCHB Educational & Charitable Foundation, Inc. shall not be eligible-Awards are for one year, but scholarship winners may submit a renewal application and be considered for renewal if they make satisfactory progress in their studies-Only full-time students will be considered. NCHBA defines a full-time student as one taking a minimum of 12 credit hours per semesterFor more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.

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