Scholarships

Construction That Grows Our
Community

W.C. Construction Company, LLC is committed to giving back to the community by assisting dedicated high school students with additional funding to put towards their post-secondary degree.

If you are interested in applying for a scholarship for the upcoming school year, apply below or download and fill out our application.

Apply Online

To apply online for a scholarship for the upcoming school year, click below to begin the application process.

apply by mail or email

If you prefer to send us your scholarship package, please click below to download the application.

Send your completed application via mail or email:

P.O. Box 25051
Winston Salem, NC 27114
careers@wcconstructionco.com

Scholarship Information

Scholarship Requirements

  • High school senior enrolled in an accredited 2-year or 4-year college/university majoring in Construction, Engineering, Architecture (or any related construction field of study).
  • Must have at least a 3.0 GPA and demonstrate financial need.
  • Students must complete and sign the application.
  • Students must submit a typed one-page essay describing why they chose to enter into the construction field and how their involvement and leadership roles in school clubs, community/non-profit organizations, etc. will prepare him/her for a successful career in the Construction Industry.
  • Students must provide an official high school transcript and one recommendation letter.
  • Provide a copy of Page 1 of the Student Aid Report from the Free Application for Federal Student Aid
  • Mail or email scholarship package by April 19, 2024
Award Amount: The scholarship awards $1,000 per semester, with a lifetime maximum award amount of $2,000 (2 semesters).
Timeline: Our application deadline is April 19, 2024.
Award Date: Applicants will be notified May 10, 2024.

Other Details:

  • Please note that we do not provide payment directly to the student. Instead, we send a check to the college or university to be put toward the student’s tuition costs.
  • Students may also be asked to submit proof of satisfactory academic standing with your college.