Past 2012 NCAUG Student Scholarship Awards

Posted: May 4, 2012 in Uncategorized

Greetings,

On behalf of The North Carolina Arc Users Group (NCAUG), I’d like to announce the 5th Annual, 2012 NCAUG Student Scholarship Awards application. Now in its fifth year, the NCAUG Student Scholarship Awards support students who are enrolled full-time in an accredited NC Community College or University pursuing a degree with an emphasis in GIS with their classes, research, and other GIS-related activities. We are pleased to offer four scholarships for the 2012/2013 academic year, each in the amount of $500. The Awards are split into Undergraduate/Graduate categories in an effort to encourage students at both levels to apply. In addition to the monetary Scholarship award, recipients will receive a discounted registration to the annual NCAUG Fall Conference, and those who wish to present will have a guaranteed slot and will receive a complimentary registration. Official Awards will be presented during the Banquet Dinner at the Fall Conference.

Please see the attached application for more details; a copy will also be available on our website. Students should find this Scholarship application very easy to complete and submit. Scholarship funds are deposited directly into student accounts. NCAUG is very proud to support students across our state pursuing a career in GIS. Please let your GIS students know of this excellent funding opportunity. For more information, visit http://www.ncaug.com, or contact Chris Miller at chris.miller -@- townofboone.net. Thank you for your support!

2012 NCAUG Scholarship Committee
Chris Miller – Town of Boone
Karen Moore – Harnett County

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