The National Council of Negro Women Inc, Brevard Section, is pleased to announce the awarding of two scholarships for the 2020-2021 school year. The section was chartered in Brevard County on March 27, 2020 and worked diligently to establish a scholarship during the first year as a section. On May 23, 2021, the section held its first awards ceremony. The virtual event was held via zoom and included the section celebrating and awarding two of Brevard County’s exemplary graduating seniors, Arianna Nicolas and Faith Rose, with financial scholarships in the amount of $500 each.
The section’s president Tabitha Hadley provided an overview of the organization, as well as the section, while the section’s scholarship chair, Andrea Scott highlighted the accomplishments of the two awardees. Each awardee addressed the virtual audience and shared their accomplishments as High School Seniors, as well as their college plans.
Arianna Nicolas attended Melbourne High School and plans to attend the University of Miami this fall. As a senior she completed 150 hours of community service and received the following honors:
- International Baccalaureate Diploma
- National Honors Society
- Science Honors Society
- French Honors Society
Faith Rose attended Heritage High School and was dually enrolled at Eastern Florida State College. She also plans to attend the University of Miami in the fall of this year. As a senior she completed 122 hours of community service and received the following honors:
- Highest Honors with Distinction
- National Society of High School Scholars
- Cambridge Program
- Presidential Scholar University of Miami
- Dean’s List EFSC
- Florida Today Top Scholar
The National Council of Negro Women, Inc. Brevard Section, Congratulates the 2020-2021 Inaugural Scholarship Recipients!