Scholarships Awarded to Students

The following students have received scholarships through the BCCC Foundation. For information about scholarships, contact Serena Sullivan, executive director of the BCCC Foundation, at serena.sullivan@beaufortccc.edu or 252-940-6326.

Sarah Allender of Washington has received the James Franklin & Hannah Roberson Bagwell Endowment Scholarship. Allender, 29, attended Cape Hatteras Secondary School and is working toward an Associate in Applied Science. Daughter of Sheila Jackson of Frisco, wife of Justin Allender and mother of two, she plans to return to the Outer Banks to open up her own mobile salon.

Marcel Bowser of Plymouth has received the Community Endowment Scholarship. Bowser, 18, is a criminal justice student and attended Plymouth High School. Son of Morris and Gloria Cox of Plymouth, he plans to continue his education at a four-year university. Bowser currently works at McDonald’s.

Tyler Campbell of Chocowinity has received the Thomas E. Minges Memorial/Pepsi-Cola Scholarship. Campbell, 20, is attending Beaufort County Early College High School and is working toward an Associate Degree in Nursing. He holds an Associate in General Education from BCCC. He plans to acquire a bachelor’s degree in nursing and become an anesthesiologist.

Jenna Caraway of New Bern has received the Irwin & Frances Hulbert Endowment Scholarship. Caraway, 32, attended New Bern High School and is working toward an Associate Degree in Nursing. Wife of Ricky Caraway and mother of two, she also holds a degree in cosmetology from BCCC. Caraway plans to work in a hospital helping people.

Jacqueline Chavez of Pantego has received the Margaret Hodges Hackney Endowment Scholarship. Chavez, 19, attended Northside High School and is working toward an Associate in General Education. She is the daughter of Octaviano and Lourdes Chavez of Pantego. She plans to work with Vidant Beaufort Hospital and holds a certificate in manicuring nail technology. Chavez currently works as a host/server at Grub Brother Eatery.

Stacy Dennis of Beaufort County has received the Lou Tyer Memorial Endowment Scholarship. Dennis, 41, attended Chocowinity High School and is an early childhood education student. She is the daughter of Malvin King and Harvey E. Dennis, Sr., and mother of one. She plans to be a teacher and currently works in the bakery at Walmart.

Yalissa Dominicak of Washington has received the Tayloe’s Hospital Pharmacy Scholarship and the Robert C. Page Endowment Scholarship. Dominicak, 27, attended Bear Grass High School and is working toward an Associate Degree in Nursing. She is the daughter of Anthony and Sonya Beal of Washington, wife of Iseal Mondragon and a mother of two. Dominicak has also earned an Associate in Arts and an Associate in General Education from BCCC. She plans to work locally while finishing her Bachelor of Nursing.

Crystal Floyd of Pinetown has received the Robert C. Page Endowment Scholarship. Floyd, 26, attended Northside High School and is pursuing an Associate Degree in Nursing. Mother of one, she plans to work in the operating room at Vidant Beaufort Hospital. Floyd currently works at the Golden Living Center in Greenville as a CNA.

Michael Hall of Washington has received the Community Endowment Scholarship. Hall, 23, attended Washington High School and is working toward an Associate in Arts and Sciences. He is the son of Paula and David Hall of Washington, and holds an Associate in Science from BCCC. He plans to continue his education at ECU and pursue a career in information technology. Hall is currently working as a stocker at Food Lion.

Brandy Holliday of Beaufort has received the James Franklin & Hannah Roberson Bagwell Endowment Scholarship. Holliday, 33, attended North Pitt High School and is a human services student. Daughter of Pauline and Luke Holliday, she plans to transfer to ECU to finish a bachelor’s degree in social work.

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