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Two Jordan-Matthews seniors win teaching fellows scholarships

Posted Monday, April 25, 2005

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Two members of the Class of 2005 at Jordan-Matthews High School have been selected as recipients of the North Carolina Teaching Fellows Scholarship. Chelsea McManus and Kynlon Snipes were selected for the four year scholarship given to high school students who will pursue a degree in education at a four year college or university in North Carolina. Both plan to study elementary education.

Teaching Fellows provides $6,500 each of four years of undergraduate study. A maximum of 400 scholarships are offered across the state each year. The program is funded through the North Carolina General Assembly. Recipients repay the scholarship by fulfilling a teaching commitment in North Carolina.

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