John Walker and Christine Horton Education Scholarship

$1,000
2 winners, $500 each
Awarded
Winners
2
Finalists
6
Application Deadline
Jan 1, 2023
Winners Announced
Jan 28, 2023
Education Level
Undergraduate, High School
Recent Bold.org scholarship winners
Eligibility Requirements
Education Level:
High school or undergraduate student
State:
North Carolina
Identity:
Underrepresented minority and/or first-generation student
Background:
Experience working with children and non-profit/volunteering experience
Education Level:
State:
Identity:
Background:
High school or undergraduate student
North Carolina
Underrepresented minority and/or first-generation student
Experience working with children and non-profit/volunteering experience

Children are the future of our society and it’s critical that they have positive influences to look up to. 

Though it can feel difficult to change the world, there are many ways to get involved in shaping the future of society. From educating children to volunteering around the community, to creating a difference through non-profit work, there are endless possibilities to make a mark on the world.

This scholarship seeks to honor the memories of John Walker and Christine Horton by supporting students in NC who are pursuing higher education.

Any underrepresented minority or first-generation student in North Carolina who has a background working with children and for non-profits or volunteering organizations may apply for this scholarship if they are pursuing a degree in health or physical education. 

To apply, tell us how you plan to make a positive difference in the world with your career and what your experience was like working with children or non-profits.

Selection Criteria:
Ambition, Need, Boldest Bold.org Profile
Published October 20, 2022
$1,000
2 winners, $500 each
Awarded
Winners
2
Finalists
6
Application Deadline
Jan 1, 2023
Winners Announced
Jan 28, 2023
Education Level
Undergraduate, High School
Recent Bold.org scholarship winners
Essay Topic

How do you plan to make a positive impact on the world through your educational career? Also, please describe your experience working with children or a non-profit.

400–600 words