There are various scholarship opportunities available for students seeking funds for Continuing Education programs at Beaufort County Community College: Continuing Education Foundation Scholarship, Golden Leaf Foundation Scholarship, and Division of Continuing Education Scholarship. Please reach out to our Continuing Education Registration & Records Staff for more details at (252) 940-6375 or continuingeducation@beaufortccc.edu. You may also contact our Continuing Education Scholarships and Sponsorship Specialist at 252-940-6295 or loren.cherry@beaufortccc.edu.

BCCC Foundation Board of Directors Continuing Education Scholarship
The BCCC Foundation Board of Directors Continuing Education Scholarship is available to any qualifying continuing education student enrolling in a course leading to an industry-recognized credential or a College and Career Readiness student completing their high school equivalency exam. To be eligible for an up to $500 scholarship, a student must be in good standing with the Beaufort County Community College Business Office, demonstrate financial need, be enrolled in a short-term training program that leads to a state-recognized or industry-recognized credential that is offered through Continuing Education. The scholarship will pay for registration fees, course fees, and textbooks. For College and Career Readiness students, the scholarship pays up-front for the cost of high school equivalency testing fees. The scholarship awards up to 10 scholarships for College and Career Readiness students each academic year. All scholarships are awarded based on fund availability.
Foundation Scholarship Application

Beaufort Promise Scholarship (HEERF III)
The Beaufort Promise program will use a combination of existing and new federal and state programs to pay for college credit classes as well as initial certification classes through the Division of Continuing Education. Through the Beaufort Promise, we hope to expand access to higher education for residents in our service area. Only tuition and fees are covered. Textbooks and cost of attendance (housing, transportation, etc.) are not covered by the program. The Beaufort Promise is non-refundable and not retroactive. Initial certification programs through the Division of Continuing Education such as Nurse Aide I, CDL Truck Driving, Manicuring, HVAC Technician, Phlebotomy, Real Estate Pre-License and other 50+ hour programs are covered.
Beaufort Promise Application

Gene and Ellen Schwartz Scholarship
The Gene and Ellen Schwartz Scholarship is available to any qualifying continuing education student enrolling in a course leading to an industry recognized credential. To be eligible for this scholarship, a student must be in good standing with the Beaufort County Community College Business Office, demonstrate financial need, be enrolled in a short-term training program that leads to a state recognized or industry-recognized credential that is offered through Continuing Education. The scholarship is provided on a reimbursement basis and provides reimbursement for registration fees, course fees, and textbooks based on fund availability.
Foundation Scholarship Application

Gordon Darragh Scholarship
The Gordon Darragh Scholarship is available to any qualifying continuing education student enrolling in a course leading to an industry recognized credential.To be eligible for this scholarship, a student must be in good standing with the Beaufort County Community College Business Office and demonstrate financial need.The scholarship will pay up front for registration fees, course fees, and textbooks/ material up to $500.
Foundation Scholarship Application

Frances Morgan Roberson Culinary Arts Scholarship
One (1) Frances Morgan Roberson Culinary Arts Scholarship is available to any qualifying continuing education student enrolling in a Culinary Arts course offered through Continuing Education. To be eligible for this scholarship, a student must be in good standing with the Beaufort County Community College Business Office, demonstrate financial need, and be enrolled in a Culinary Arts workforce program class offered through Continuing Education. The scholarship funds are awarded prior to the beginning of class and funds credited directly to the student’s account by the Business Office. The student will not receive a check for these funds.All scholarships awarded based on fund availability.
Foundation Scholarship Application

The Reid Sasnett Endowment Scholarship
Established in 2015 by Paul and Amy Sasnett in memory of their son Reid, this endowment funds annual scholarships to provide educational opportunities for students demonstrating financial need. Reid was a sophomore at Pungo Christian Academy of Belhaven where he was a member of their FFA Chapter. He was also a member of Pinetown Volunteer Fire Department, BoCo Archery and the Carolina Truck Game. He was proud to be a member of the "Sasnett farming team.” The Sasnett family wants to keep Reid’s memory alive and foster the growth of several programs that were special to him. Scholarships are made available to students in the agricultural program, fire & rescue training and emergency medical services.
Foundation Scholarship Application

Frances M. Barnes Trust Scholarship
Frances M. Barnes Trust scholarships are awarded to Martin County curriculum and continuing educations attending BCCC who intend to reside and work in Martin County upon course completion. Students must meet respective scholarship guidelines for the curriculum or continuing education program of study, show satisfactory academic progress and demonstrate financial need.
Foundation Scholarship Application

Golden Leaf Scholars Program
The Golden LEAF Board recognized the challenge North Carolinians face in these tough economic times to attend college to retool and prepare for emerging job opportunities. The additional $250,000 will insure more scholarship funds are available for citizens seeking to enhance their employability skills. The scholarship will provide up to $250.00, and can be used for tuition, fees, books, supplies, transportation and childcare expenses related to attending classes during the academic year. Eligible students must demonstrate financial need and reside in rural counties that are tobacco-dependent and/or economically distressed. Scholarships are available for both occupational and curriculum students and are awarded during the fall, spring and summer semesters.
Golden Leaf Student Application

Division of Continuing Education Scholarship
The Division of Continuing Education Scholarship is to help Continuing Education students with any class leading to obtainment of a state, industry, or state-approved workforce sector credential. This grant is on-going and determined by a campus scholarship committee. This scholarship covers the cost of registration, course fees, and textbooks/material up to $500 per student.)
Division of Continuing Education Scholarship Application

SECU Bridge to Career Pilot Program Scholarship
The SECU Bridge to Career Pilot Program is available to any qualifying student enrolling in the following courses leading to an industry recognized credential: Registered Medical Assistant, Phlebotomy, HVAC (level 1,2, or 3), CDL Truck Driving. To be eligible for this $500 scholarship please click on link for the application and requirements. This scholarship will pay up front for registration, fees and books/material.
SECU Bridge to Career Pilot Program Scholarship Application

Short-Term Workforce Development (STWD) Grant Program
In 2021, the General Assembly allocated $3,000,000 each year of the biennium to the N.C. Community College System (NCCCS) for eligible students pursuing high-demand workforce training programs within workforce pathways identified in collaboration with the Department of Commerce that lead to a State or industry-recognized credential. These funds intend to remove access barriers to high quality, in-demand, sustaining wage careers for North Carolinians. Through this program, each college is able to determine grant award amounts based on student needs, local industry needs, number of eligible students, and cost of the course/pathway, up to a maximum award of $750 per course. These grants will help address the cost of tuition/registration fees, course fees, books, supplies, credentialing tests, transportation, childcare, and any other components of the total cost of attendance.
STWD Grant Application

Workforce Resilience Grant Program (GEER II)
The Workforce Resilience Grant Program helps cover the cost of attendance for eligible, credential aligned programs in Workforce Continuing Education. Through this program, each college is able to determine grant award amounts based on student needs, local industry needs, number of eligible students, and cost of the course/pathway, up to a maximum award of $750 per course. These grants will help address the cost of tuition/registration fees, course fees, books, supplies, credentialing tests, transportation, childcare, and any other components of the total cost of attendance. Eligible students applying for this scholarship must be able to attest they are a resident of North Carolina, employed in NC, or intend to be employed in NC. They must also be enrolling in Workforce Continuing Education pathways/courses leading to an NC Workforce Credential identified as either Essential or Career Level.
GEER II Application

FINISH LINE GRANTS
The purpose of the Finish Line Grant program is to help students complete their academic training when facing unforeseen financial hardships. When students face financial emergencies through no fault of their own, funds from the Finish Line Grant can be used for: housing, medical needs, dependent care, rent, car repair, internet service, or other financial emergencies. Students enrolled in courses that fulfill 50% of an approved short-term workforce development training program and maintain satisfactory academic progress might be eligible for a Finish Line Grant. Qualifying students may apply for up to a thousand dollars ($1,000.00) per semester to help pay for financial emergencies.