Financial Aid, Scholarships & Grants
Because education is the underpinning for success in every endeavor, in 2011 the Shoals community banded together to give every student in the Shoals (Colbert & Lauderdale counties in NW Alabama) 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.
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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.
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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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General Scholarships - for anyone
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Mission: To provide financial support to children and families of
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Grants program awards grants to both individuals and public safety agencies.
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Individual Training Accounts (ITAs)
On the Job Training
Incumbent Worker Training
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