BCCC Briefs: Scholarships | Beaufort County Now

The Beaufort County Community College Foundation is proud to announce the following scholarship recipients for the spring 2020 semester. beaufort county community college, BCCC, scholarships, april 29, 2020
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BCCC Briefs: Scholarships

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    The Beaufort County Community College Foundation is proud to announce the following scholarship recipients for the spring 2020 semester. The BCCC Foundation has awarded over $180,000 in scholarships during the 2019-2020 academic year. Students can apply now for summer or fall 2020 scholarships online and apply for admission or register online for classes.

    The Bill Pruitt/ St. Thomas Episcopal Scholarship is to support a student who is a graduate of Beaufort County Schools. The student must be in good standing with a minimum GPA 2.75. Preference is given to students entering two-year job ready programs that require an Associate Degree in Applied Science or appropriate certificate.

Danielle Alligood
    Danielle Alligood, 18, received the Bill Pruitt/St. Thomas Episcopal Scholarship. She is a Washington resident who is working on an Associate in General Education as a pre-nursing student. Alligood attended Washington High School and plans to work as a nurse or an EMT. She is the daughter of Timothy and Patrice Alligood of Washington, and she currently works as a patient service representative at In Stride Roberson Foot Care.






Krystael Gainer
    Krystael Gainer, 30, received the Sue Brookshire Scholarship. She is a Williamston resident and medical office administration student. Gainer attended Williamston High School and holds a BS in Sociology. She plans to work with Vidant and currently works at Martin General Hospital in patient access and registration.

    Established in 2012 by long-time and beloved BCCC Guidance Counselor Sue Brookshire, this endowment celebrates the many students she helped along the way and fulfills her desire to assist future BCCC students in overcoming adversity through attaining their education goals.


Kevin Glymph
    Kevin Glymph, 49, received the Reid Sasnett Scholarship. He is a Washington resident working toward his EMT-Paramedic certification. He attended P.L. Dunbar High School in Washington, D.C. Glymph retired from the military and is a father of three.

    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 e mergency medical services.


Aisha Reynolds Langley
    Aisha Reynolds-Langley, 42, received the Tayloe's Hospital Pharmacy Medical Scholarship. She is a Greenville resident and a medical office administration student. She attended Sachem North High School, and she plans to work in the medical field. She is a mother of four and the daughter of Jo-Ann Reynolds of Middle Island, N.Y.

    Tayloe's Hospital Pharmacy Medical Scholarships are awarded annually to students pursuing a career in the medical field. Qualifying students will have a 2.5 GPA or greater and must be a resident of Beaufort, Hyde, Martin, Tyrrell or Washington County. Student must demonstrate financial need. Preference is given to current or former employees of Tayloe's Hospital Pharmacy.


Caroline Rhodes
    Caroline Rhodes, 20, received the Tayloe's Hospital Pharmacy Medical Scholarship. She is a Greenville resident and a nursing student. She attended D.H. Conley High School and plans to work as an oncology nurse. She currently works with Interim Healthcare as a home health aide. She is the daughter of William and Mary Rhodes of Greenville.

    Tayloe's Hospital Pharmacy Medical Scholarships are awarded annually to students pursuing a career in the medical field. Qualifying students will have a 2.5 GPA or greater and must be a resident of Beaufort, Hyde, Martin, Tyrrell or Washington County. Student must demonstrate financial need. Preference is given to current or former employees of Tayloe's Hospital Pharmacy.


Haley Waters
    Haley Waters, 24, received the Dr. Tom Nicholson Scholarship. She is a Plymouth resident and a practical nursing student. She currently works at Home Life Care as a PCA, and she attended Riverside High School. She plans to become a registered nurse.

    Established in 2014 by Dr. Nicholson's family, scholarships are awarded to qualifying students pursuing degrees in the medical fields. Dr. Nicholson was a Washington physician with Pamlico Internal Medicine where he practiced for 34 years.




Kendall Watkins
    Kendall Watkins, 19, received the John & Geneva Morgan and the Bill Pruitt/St. Thomas Episcopal scholarships. She is a Washington resident who is part of the nursing program and part of the Regionally Increasing Baccalaureate Nurses (RIBN) program. Watkins attended Washington High School, and she plans to earn a Master of Science in Nursing at East Carolina University. She is the daughter of Tyler and Suzanne Watkins.

    Established in 2016 by the Beaufort County Mental Health Association, the scholarship represents the tireless efforts of John and Geneva Morgan as they advocated for citizens affected by mental illness. Geneva Morgan's nursing career spanned 40 years of service providing care to the pediatric population of the community. In addition to administering to the needs of the pediatric patient, she focused upon alleviating the stigma associated with mental illness. It was the care, compassion and wellbeing for the often-forgotten patient that gave her the most joy. John became her partner in advocacy after retirement. Scholarships are provided to senior level nursing students with a minimum GPA of 2.5. Student must be a Beaufort County resident and participate in community events honoring the Morgan legacy of community involvement.


Lindsey Woolard
    Lindsey Woolard, 19, received the Bill Pruitt/St. Thomas Episcopal Scholarship. She is a Washington resident who is part of the nursing program. Woolard was home-schooled through Peace Academy, earned a GED, and she plans to transfer to a four-year university. She is the daughter of Ron and Kim Bousquet of Washington and Steve and Janet Woolard of Washington. She currently works at Domino's as a customer service representative.






    For more information, contact Serena Sullivan, at serena.sullivan@beaufortccc.edu or 252-940-6218.


  • Attila Nemecz
  • Marketing and Public Relations Coordinator
  • Beaufort County Community College
  • 5337 U.S. Highway 264 East
  • Washington, N.C. 27889
  • Ph: 252-940-6387
  • Cell: 252-940-8672
  • attila.nemecz@beaufortccc.edu


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