The NCCC Scholarship program is funded through donations from Clubs, individuals and corporate friends such as Mid America Motorworks. The NCCC Scholarship Committee awards $1,000.00 scholarships to worthy young people who have some connection with NCCC through a Father, Mother, Grandfather, Grandmother, etc., who has been a member of NCCC for at least three years. "Some connection" implies that the Applicant's relatives should have knowledge of the various requirements of the Scholarship Program. If the relative is not the Applicant's parent, the relative must write a letter to be included with the completed application indicating the following:
His/Her relationship to the applicant
His/Her NCCC Member Number
That He/She will be the Applicant's Sponsor
That He/She has been closely involved with NCCC for a period of three or more years.
All scholarship applications must be completed correctly and mailed to:
NCCC Scholarship Committee
9741 Sunny Pointe Drive
Laingsburg, MI 48848
All applications must be received at the above address no later
than the deadline date for the year. The deadline changes from year to year
depending upon the date of the Annual NCCC Convention. The 2014 Received Deadline Date is April 26, 2014.
Please Note: The deadline date is not a mailing date but a date in which the completed application must be received. Applicants submitting forms after the deadline date will be asked to have their application considered for the following year. This delay for late applications has been in effect for a number of years.
The Forms are also available here.
Be sure to copy all of the forms as they are all necessary for application.
Form No. 1 ~ NCCC Requirements/Rules for Scholarship ~ This Form should be used as a Guideline to be sure all of the requirements are met.
Form No. 2 ~ NCCC Scholarship Application Form ~ This is the four page application that will need to be filled out in its entirety.
Form No. 3 ~ Letter of Recommendation for NCCC Scholarship Form ~ Be sure to print 3 copies of this form. This NCCC Form is to accompany each of the three required letters of recommendation.
Please make note of the following:
1. The applicant should complete all items that are asked for, and in particular, the items regarding the applicant's high school performance even though the applicant may be in college or elsewhere at the time.
2. Item (g) of the Requirements/Rules of the Scholarship reads:
(g) three Letters of Recommendation from persons WHO ARE QUALIFIED TO EVALUATE the applicant's potential. The applicant should select three from his/her teachers, principals, academic advisors, or similar persons who KNOW of the applicant's academic record and potential.
Note of Explanation: A person completing a Letter of Recommendation for NCCC Scholarship Form should not be a Relative, Government Official, NCCC Friend, Family Friend, Current/Past Employer, etc. UNLESS they also have the qualifications to complete the part of the Letter of Recommendation Form asking them to "rate the applicant on each characteristic in comparison with other students at the same level". The only persons qualified to properly and honestly answer the questions about the Applicant's academic capability are High School or College Teachers/Advisors/Academicians who have evaluated the Applicant regarding the Applicant's enrollment and participation in one or more of their classes. Thus, the only VALID person to complete the Letter of Recommendation for NCCC Scholarship Form is such a Teacher/Academician. The awarding of an NCCC Scholarship is to be based upon the prospects of success based on the academic capability of the Applicant.
3. All items, (a) through (g), of the Requirements/Rules of the Scholarship must be satisfied for any application to be considered. The applicant will be notified by phone of an incomplete application. If not made complete by the deadline, it will be discarded.
The NCCC Scholarship Program has been in existence since 1990.
See the 2002 through 2013 NCCC Scholarship Winners List
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