Kathleen Morrissey Klutey Memorial Scholarship Fund

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Criteria

Current seniors at a Lenoir County public high school who intend to enroll in a four-year college or university. Recipients will be chosen on the basis of having demonstrated exceptional academic performance while taking a rigorous course load, as well as having significant involvement in extracurricular activities (e.g. athletics or the arts).

PLEASE NOTE: Essay should highlight how the student has taken advantage of the school's Advanced Placement and other advanced course offerings, and should also detail the student's demonstrated achievement and leadership experience in his/her primary extracurricular pursuits.

About Kathleen Morrissey Klutey

Kathleen KluteyDescribed by her son Rick as loyal, selfless and an avid reader, Kathy Klutey dedicated her life to helping young people.

She was an educator throughout her career, serving as a guidance counselor for more than two decades at South Lenoir High School in Deep Run, N.C.

She was passionate about helping students find the next step in their education. She encouraged her students to push themselves by aiming high academically and considering a broad range of choices as they applied to colleges.

Her commitment to students did not end when she concluded her career in education. In retirement, she volunteered for education, health care and social welfare organizations in Lenoir and Pitt counties. A scholarship in her name is a natural extension of this commitment.

Local Contact

Ms. Anne Sorhagen, Program Officer 
North Carolina Community Foundation
asorhagen@nccommunityfoundation.org

Due Date

Friday, March 18, 2022

How to Apply

Apply by using NCCF's Online Application System. When prompted for an access code, use: kathl

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