Student Support

WEP Scholarship

WEP Scholarship

WEP Scholarship

Are you a leader and a community volunteer? You may be eligible for our WEP Scholarship. 

Award Amounts: $500 

Scholarships will be awarded to a student at Beddingfield, Hunt and Fike High School. 

Eligibility: Any senior planning to attend a 2 or 4 year college/technical program. 

Qualification: To qualify for a WEP Scholarship, the student should: 

• volunteer in community/charitable activities (non-school related) 

• have a minimum weighted GPA of 3.0 

• have a leadership position in a school club, sport or other activity 

Scholarship Application 

Additional Resources 

Barton College 

Wilson Community College


Student Opportunities

Student Opportunities


Career Health Connections

This program provides students with opportunities to engage and build relationships with business and community leaders through numerous events. Check with your Career Development Coordinator to learn more about:

  • Mini Career Fairs
  • Job Shadowing
  • Internships
  • Senior Job Fair
  • Connections with Local Business Leaders
  • Guest Speakers
  • STEM Activities


Career Development Coordinators

Beddingfield – Kelly Lindsey –

Fike – Jean Hall –

Hunt – Dana Lee –

Do you need “Volunteer Hours”?

Email WEP Executive Director Robin Williams –

College Resources

College Resources

College Resources

College Application Week

Apply with no registration fee.

2020 Dates

October 19 – October 30

Additional Resources

CFNC (College Foundation of North Carolina)

Residency Determination

(you need a CFNC account first) In order for a student to receive the benefits of in-state tuition and state financial aid, a residency determination is required from RDS. 

FASFA (Federal Student Aid)  

SAT Dates

ACT Dates

WEP is able to provide support because of generous gifts made each year by in-vestments from businesses, individuals, and grants with the shared understanding that public education is central to a vibrant and healthy community.