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One of the longest running programs of the Golden LEAF Foundation is the Golden LEAF Scholarship Program.
One of the longest running programs of the Golden LEAF Foundation is the Golden LEAF Scholarship Program.
 
According to the Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina (EDPNC), more than 1,400 short-term, occupational skill training courses are offered across the state to train, retrain, and upgrade workers for current or future job skill requirements or certifications.
According to the Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina (EDPNC), more than 1,400 short-term, occupational skill training courses are offered across the state to train, retrain, and upgrade workers for current or future job skill requirements or certifications.
 
Ready sites attract industry. In 2021, North Carolina had a record number of new jobs and investment.
Ready sites attract industry. In 2021, North Carolina had a record number of new jobs and investment.
 
At the June 2022 Board meeting, the Golden LEAF Board of Directors awarded $5,046,526 in funding to support projects through the second round of the SITE Program and $1,398,657.34 in funding through the Open Grants Program.
At the June 2022 Board meeting, the Golden LEAF Board of Directors awarded $5,046,526 in funding to support projects through the second round of the SITE Program and $1,398,657.34 in funding through the Open Grants Program.
 
The Golden LEAF Foundation announced 215 rural students from 78 North Carolina counties were selected to receive a Golden LEAF Scholarship worth up to $14,000.
The Golden LEAF Foundation announced 215 rural students from 78 North Carolina counties were selected to receive a Golden LEAF Scholarship worth up to $14,000.
 
On April 19th, the Golden LEAF Foundation held a gathering in Jacksonville, N.C., for organizations interested in learning about the Golden LEAF Community-Based Grants Initiative, currently active in the Southeast Prosperity Zone.
On April 19th, the Golden LEAF Foundation held a gathering in Jacksonville, N.C., for organizations interested in learning about the Golden LEAF Community-Based Grants Initiative, currently active in the Southeast Prosperity Zone.
 
On April 19th, the Golden LEAF Foundation held a gathering in Jacksonville, N.C., for organizations interested in learning about the Golden LEAF Community-Based Grants Initiative, currently active in the Southeast Prosperity Zone.
On April 19th, the Golden LEAF Foundation held a gathering in Jacksonville, N.C., for organizations interested in learning about the Golden LEAF Community-Based Grants Initiative, currently active in the Southeast Prosperity Zone.
 
According to the North Carolina Department of Commerce, the state gained 24,224 new jobs through business and industry and $10.1 billion in new private investment in 2021. These announcements were new economic development records for North Carolina.
According to the North Carolina Department of Commerce, the state gained 24,224 new jobs through business and industry and $10.1 billion in new private investment in 2021. These announcements were new economic development records for North Carolina.
 
The Golden LEAF Foundation provides scholarships for students from rural areas to attend the state’s colleges and universities. Students who qualify for the Golden LEAF Scholarship may use it to attend North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities (NCICU)
The Golden LEAF Foundation provides scholarships for students from rural areas to attend the state’s colleges and universities. Students who qualify for the Golden LEAF Scholarship may use it to attend North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities (NCICU)
 
Recently, Golden LEAF President, Chief Executive Officer Scott T. Hamilton sat down with Peter Hans, President of the President of the University of North Carolina System, via Zoom and filmed the thirteenth edition in a video series called Critical Conversations.
Recently, Golden LEAF President, Chief Executive Officer Scott T. Hamilton sat down with Peter Hans, President of the President of the University of North Carolina System, via Zoom and filmed the thirteenth edition in a video series called Critical Conversations.
 
On May 9, 2022, the Golden LEAF Foundation welcomed a new Program Officer, Kimberly Ingram.
On May 9, 2022, the Golden LEAF Foundation welcomed a new Program Officer, Kimberly Ingram.
 
On April 19, 2022, the Golden LEAF Foundation held a Community-Based Grants Initiative Gathering for the Southeast Prosperity Zone in Jacksonville.
On April 19, 2022, the Golden LEAF Foundation held a Community-Based Grants Initiative Gathering for the Southeast Prosperity Zone in Jacksonville.
 
Pitt Community College is growing its career and technical education (CTE) programs by working with Pitt County Schools high school students to help fill local employer needs.
Pitt Community College is growing its career and technical education (CTE) programs by working with Pitt County Schools high school students to help fill local employer needs.
 
Six employers in the region served by Cleveland Community College have forecasted the need for at least 160 new heavy equipment operator job openings over the next five years.
Six employers in the region served by Cleveland Community College have forecasted the need for at least 160 new heavy equipment operator job openings over the next five years.
 
Recently, Golden LEAF President, Chief Executive Officer Scott T. Hamilton sat down with Federal Co-Chair Gayle Conelly Manchin of the Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC), via Zoom and filmed the twelfth episode in a video series called Critical Conversations.
Recently, Golden LEAF President, Chief Executive Officer Scott T. Hamilton sat down with Federal Co-Chair Gayle Conelly Manchin of the Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC), via Zoom and filmed the twelfth episode in a video series called Critical Conversations.
 
At the April 2022 Board meeting, the Golden LEAF Board of Directors awarded $10,108,307 in funding to support projects through the Community-Based Grants Initiative in the Western Prosperity Zone, $1.1 million in funding through the Economic Catalyst Program and $998,924.36 in funding
At the April 2022 Board meeting, the Golden LEAF Board of Directors awarded $10,108,307 in funding to support projects through the Community-Based Grants Initiative in the Western Prosperity Zone, $1.1 million in funding through the Economic Catalyst Program and $998,924.36 in funding
 
Recently, Governor Roy Cooper announced that North Carolina has landed its first car manufacturer, VinFast, a Vietnamese electric car manufacturer.
Recently, Governor Roy Cooper announced that North Carolina has landed its first car manufacturer, VinFast, a Vietnamese electric car manufacturer.
 
Today, the Golden LEAF Board of Directors awarded $10,108,307 in funding to support projects through the Community-Based Grants Initiative in the Western Prosperity Zone, $1.1 million in funding through the Economic Catalyst Program and $998,924.36 in funding through the Open Grants Program.
Today, the Golden LEAF Board of Directors awarded $10,108,307 in funding to support projects through the Community-Based Grants Initiative in the Western Prosperity Zone, $1.1 million in funding through the Economic Catalyst Program and $998,924.36 in funding through the Open Grants Program.
 
The Golden LEAF Foundation failed to monitor how $83 million in federal money from the COVID-19 Rapid Recovery Loan Program were used, a new audit finds.
The Golden LEAF Foundation failed to monitor how $83 million in federal money from the COVID-19 Rapid Recovery Loan Program were used, a new audit finds.
 
As the need for a highly skilled workforce increases, North Carolina community colleges are at the forefront of providing the training needed to fill this demand.
As the need for a highly skilled workforce increases, North Carolina community colleges are at the forefront of providing the training needed to fill this demand.
 
Onslow, Jones, and Duplin counties are coming together to help solve their workforce needs by creating a pipeline from high school to career. This region is helping to address the needs specific to their local employers by unifying high school skills training programs under one roof.
Onslow, Jones, and Duplin counties are coming together to help solve their workforce needs by creating a pipeline from high school to career. This region is helping to address the needs specific to their local employers by unifying high school skills training programs under one roof.
 
Agriculture remains North Carolina’s top industry. Researchers have pointed to a rapidly growing population, loss of farmland, climate shifts, and emerging crop diseases as some of the complex agricultural challenges that do not fit into particular academic or research silos.
Agriculture remains North Carolina’s top industry. Researchers have pointed to a rapidly growing population, loss of farmland, climate shifts, and emerging crop diseases as some of the complex agricultural challenges that do not fit into particular academic or research silos.
 
Recently, Golden LEAF President, Chief Executive Officer Scott T. Hamilton sat down with Byron Hicks, State Director of the Small Business and Technology Development Center (SBTDC), via Zoom and filmed the eleventh episode in a video series called Critical Conversations.
Recently, Golden LEAF President, Chief Executive Officer Scott T. Hamilton sat down with Byron Hicks, State Director of the Small Business and Technology Development Center (SBTDC), via Zoom and filmed the eleventh episode in a video series called Critical Conversations.
 
My name is Brooksie Lawson, and I am both a Golden LEAF Scholar and an intern with the External Affairs division for the Golden LEAF Foundation. My internship began in November 2021.
My name is Brooksie Lawson, and I am both a Golden LEAF Scholar and an intern with the External Affairs division for the Golden LEAF Foundation. My internship began in November 2021.
 
Golden LEAF Scholarship Alumni Spotlight: Tristan Hunter
 
The second round of applications for the Golden LEAF SITE Program are due by March 10 at noon. The Golden LEAF Board of Directors will consider SITE Program applications at the June 2022 meeting.
The second round of applications for the Golden LEAF SITE Program are due by March 10 at noon. The Golden LEAF Board of Directors will consider SITE Program applications at the June 2022 meeting.
 
The March 1, 2022 deadline is fast approaching for the Golden LEAF Colleges and Universities Scholarship.
The March 1, 2022 deadline is fast approaching for the Golden LEAF Colleges and Universities Scholarship.
 
In Beaufort County, boat building is a big business. There are currently nine boat building manufacturers within Beaufort County as well as many boat dealers, marinas, and other boating-related employers.
In Beaufort County, boat building is a big business. There are currently nine boat building manufacturers within Beaufort County as well as many boat dealers, marinas, and other boating-related employers.
 
North Carolina is home to a number of funding institutions supporting economic development and related strategies necessary for economic growth.
North Carolina is home to a number of funding institutions supporting economic development and related strategies necessary for economic growth.
 
Recently, Golden LEAF President, Chief Executive Officer Scott T. Hamilton sat down with Dr. Adrian Percy, Executive Director of the N.C. Plant Sciences Initiative, via Zoom
Recently, Golden LEAF President, Chief Executive Officer Scott T. Hamilton sat down with Dr. Adrian Percy, Executive Director of the N.C. Plant Sciences Initiative, via Zoom
 
At the February Board meeting, the Golden LEAF Board of Directors awarded $1,080,800 in funding to support projects through the Open Grants Program and $562,678 in increased Disaster Recovery Grant Program funding.
At the February Board meeting, the Golden LEAF Board of Directors awarded $1,080,800 in funding to support projects through the Open Grants Program and $562,678 in increased Disaster Recovery Grant Program funding.
 
Southeastern North Carolina has a unique opportunity this fall to leverage an available $11 million to be awarded by the Golden LEAF Foundation for projects that will boost job creation and economic investment
Southeastern North Carolina has a unique opportunity this fall to leverage an available $11 million to be awarded by the Golden LEAF Foundation for projects that will boost job creation and economic investment
 
Today, the Golden LEAF Board of Directors awarded $1,080,800 in funding to support projects through the Open Grants Program and $562,678 in increased Disaster Recovery Grant Program funding.
Today, the Golden LEAF Board of Directors awarded $1,080,800 in funding to support projects through the Open Grants Program and $562,678 in increased Disaster Recovery Grant Program funding.
 
North Carolina Network of Grantmakers (NCNG) is seeking an Executive Director. Golden LEAF is a member of NCNG and has representation on its Board of Directors.
North Carolina Network of Grantmakers (NCNG) is seeking an Executive Director. Golden LEAF is a member of NCNG and has representation on its Board of Directors.
 
Earlier this month, the Golden LEAF Board of Directors held their annual retreat, where they heard from several experts aligned with Golden LEAF’s priority areas, received updates on the progress of the strategic plan implementation, and revisited some of the strategic plan outcomes.
Earlier this month, the Golden LEAF Board of Directors held their annual retreat, where they heard from several experts aligned with Golden LEAF’s priority areas, received updates on the progress of the strategic plan implementation, and revisited some of the strategic plan outcomes.
 
On January 18, 2021, the Golden LEAF Foundation welcomed Erica L. Smith as Golden LEAF’s next Controller, following the retirement announcement of long-time Controller, Beth Edmondson.
On January 18, 2021, the Golden LEAF Foundation welcomed Erica L. Smith as Golden LEAF’s next Controller, following the retirement announcement of long-time Controller, Beth Edmondson.
 
With industry need for more skilled workers, Surry County Schools knew one untapped workforce training market was high school students.
With industry need for more skilled workers, Surry County Schools knew one untapped workforce training market was high school students.
 
Golden LEAF has launched a second round of funding for the SITE Program. Information and applications are available on the website
Golden LEAF has launched a second round of funding for the SITE Program. Information and applications are available on the website
 
Golden LEAF Scholarship Alumni Spotlight: Ryquaisa Humphrey
 
Recently, Golden LEAF President, Chief Executive Officer Scott T. Hamilton sat down with Tom Barkin, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, via Zoom
Recently, Golden LEAF President, Chief Executive Officer Scott T. Hamilton sat down with Tom Barkin, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, via Zoom
 
The Golden LEAF Foundation recently launched a $25 million Flood Mitigation Program funded by an appropriation from the State of North Carolina.
The Golden LEAF Foundation recently launched a $25 million Flood Mitigation Program funded by an appropriation from the State of North Carolina.
 
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