Floyd Chamber Accepting Scholarship Applications
Your chamber is continuing the chamber scholarships that it has offered for several decades with two $500 scholarships offered again this year. One scholarship is intended for a trade school/community college and one will be for a four-year college/university. Eligible students include any graduating Floyd County resident senior who intends to attend a college or trade school for 2021-22. Floyd County High School students, Springhouse Community School students, home-schooled students, and any other Floyd County youth that are planning to attend a qualified post-high school education program are encouraged to apply. The 2020 chamber scholarship recipient was Isaac Turpin, who is currently attending Virginia Tech. The other scholarship, intended for a trade school/community college student, was not awarded last year due to a lack of applicants for that category.
The chamber’s scholarship application form can be picked up from the guidance counseling office at Floyd County High School. Non-Floyd County High School students can click here –>to apply online or click here –>to download the application, or pick up a hard copy in person at the Chamber office located at 109 East Main Street, next to Cocoa Mia. Click here or call 745-4407 for chamber/visitor center hours if picking up application in person.
The deadline for applications to be submitted is Monday, March 15th.