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Please visit our Maryland Gives More / Giving Tuesday fundraising page on Crowdrise and consider making a donation between now and December 2nd.  Our goal for this campaign is $1500.  If you are not in a position to donate, please support our scholarship by serving as a Social Media Ambassador.  When you like and share our posts on FB, it helps get the word out about our non-profit. Thank you!   

 

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The mission of the North County High School Alumni Scholarship is to support the post-secondary education of graduating seniors. 

 

By donating to our scholarship fund, you are helping three (3) NCHS seniors pursue their post-secondary education.  Thanks to the support of NCHS alumni, family, friends and community, we have awarded $6000 in scholarships to 12 well-deserving seniors over the past 4 years. 

 

As we approach our 5th anniversary, we are excited to increase our scholarship award for the Class of 2015 from $1500 to $3000.  We are passionate about supporting NCHS students and are committed to the long-term success of our scholarship fund. 



Planning a class reunion? Considering inviting the NCHS Alumni Scholarship Fund! Help us promote awareness of our non-profit and raise funds through a 50/50 raffle. 


Scholar Updates


Update from Pat Carey

2011 NCHS Alumni Scholarship recipient

 

It’s hard to believe Pat is already in his spring semester of his junior year at Stevenson University! He’s majoring in Education and is the goalkeeper on the SU soccer team. Pat was a student teacher his sophomore year at North Glen Elementary and East Middle School (Carroll County). He’s currently student teaching History at Sudbrook Middle School in Reisterstown (Baltimore County).

 

Pat enjoyed teaching at these schools, which allowed him the opportunity to understand how different county school systems can be. Pat also volunteers with a weekly mentoring program through the SU soccer team, working one-on-one with students at Chatsworth Elementary School in Baltimore County. 

 

Pat is confident with his career choice and is looking forward to teaching, hopefully somewhere in Anne Arundel County. 


Update from Joseph Landgraf,

2011 NCHS Alumni Scholarship recipient

 

Joey is currently attending the University of Maryland, College Park and double majoring in Secondary Education in Social Studies and History. His goal is to be a high school history teacher.

 

Overall, he’s had many exciting classes, one of which allowed him to intern for Delegate Kathy Szeliga of the Maryland General Assembly. He is now a teaching assistant for that class, allowing him to combine his love for politics with his love for teaching by sharing his experience as an intern in Annapolis.

 

Looking forward, he has an application deadline fast-approaching for the College of Education's Professional Teaching Certification Program, which would allow him to start teaching right after he graduates. Maybe we’ll see him back at NCHS!

 

Joey is appreciative for the financial support the NCHS Alumni Scholarship provided. 



Updated: November 21, 2014