Scholarship Opportunity Available

Women’s Association of Duck Woods Country Club Memorial Scholarship

Intended to assist a student whose post-secondary education has been interrupted or delayed, the scholarship, is designed to aid recipients who are seriously pursuing an associate or bachelor’s degree.

FAQ & Application Form

What does a scholarship cover? Up to $2,000 will be awarded by the program to cover tuition, books, and other education-related expenses.

How many students have received the scholarship? Since its inception in June 2002, 15 area students have been awarded this scholarship.

What are the requirements to apply? To apply, an applicant must:

  1. be a high school graduate who does not have a bachelor’s degree,
  2. have completed one year of work/home experience and/or post-secondary study,
  3. be a resident of Dare County or Currituck County,
  4. be a U.S. citizen or have permanent residency status, and
  5. enroll in a minimum of three semester hours in the fall 2022 semester. Students may enroll at any accredited non-profit college or university, on campus or on-line.

What is the application process? Interested applicants must submit, by June 1, 2022:

  1. a completed application,
  2. an official high school transcript and an official transcript of any completed post-secondary course work,
  3. two letters of reference (not relatives),
  4. official letter of college acceptance or evidence of current enrollment from any accredited non-profit college or university on campus or on-line and
  5. a resume of work experience including dates of employment.

Completed forms and required documents are to be sent to:
Rose Halloran, Memorial Scholarship Chair, Women’s Association of Duck Woods Country Club
Duck Woods Country Club
50 South Dogwood Trail, Southern Shores, NC 27949.

Submissions will be reviewed by the selection committee and finalists will be contacted by July 2022.