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Because education is the underpinning for success in every endeavor, in 2011 the Shoals community banded together to give every student in the Shoals the opportunity to continue education beyond high school.
You must be a U.S. Citizen
You must have a 2.5 GPA or higher through high school
You must have a 98% attendance rate through high school
You must have no behavioral issues throughout high school
To make this possible, the community works to raise almost $800,000 a year to fund the community scholarship fund. It’s a challenge to the community and a challenge to the student, but it’s a challenge that has great rewards.
Whether you are a student, a parent, or simply a member of the Shoals community, participation in this program will provide a lifetime of rewards.
This partnership offers tuition scholarships to full-time (30+ hours) employees of business members of the Chambers of Commerce in the Shoals, Franklin, Lawrence & Winston counties.
for those with existing credits to complete.
Bachelor of Nursing (BSN) ... You must be a currently licensed RN
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) ... You must have previously completed at least 60 college credit hours.
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Mission: To provide financial support to children and families of
first responders killed in the line of duty.
Scholarship program, provide a maximum of $6,250 per academic year, with first priority given to applicants whose parents have been killed or injured in the line of duty.
Grants program awards grants to both individuals and public safety agencies.
Contact your local Career Center to see if you qualify for funding for the training you need to get the job you want!
Adult Programs include:
Individual Training Accounts (ITAs)
On the Job Training
Incumbent Worker Training
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