The Rev. Carol Record Scholarship Fund, a nonprofit organization founded in 2012, is dedicated to helping students in our community who are continuing their education. We see higher education as a catalyst for positive change, a force that can transform lives.
Rev. Carol Record Scholarship Fund
The Rev. Carol Record Scholarship Fund is eligible to students that are:
- Graduating Seniors in the Grapevine/Colleyville ISD
- Active members of Center of Unity’s Y.O.U., regardless of school district
- Have a current cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher based upon a 4.0 GPA scale
The Scholarship Committee utilizes the following selection criteria: financial need, academic performance/potential, community service, leadership and personal goals/spirituality. Recipients receive a maximum scholarship of $2,000, which is sent directly to his/her educational institution.
We invite you to consider a contribution to the Rev. Carol Record Scholarship Fund. You’ll continue to see your gift bloom through the young people you’ll help develop into adults, who will serve this planet in so many great ways!
The Rev. Carol Record Scholarship Committee consists of: Juneria Berges, Ed.D., Jennifer Brecht, Cheryl Fairbanks, Gigi Johnson and John Rouzer.
The Rev. Carol Record Scholarship Committee is proud to announce that we have awarded 11 scholarships since 2013.
Bailey Anne Black: hopes to be recognized as the best equestrian veterinarian in Texas!
Ian Hennes: plans to major in Broadcast Journalism.
Glenn Rios: plans to pursue Engineering at Texas Tech.
Jacob Taylor: plans to attend Tarleton State University.
Bronson Chapman: plans to obtain a BA in Business/Marketing, then obtain a Law Degree.
Matthew Cullen: plans to major in a Biochemistry honors program with his undergraduate focused on research/internship.
Andrew Drinkard: plans to acquire his basic courses at TCC while exploring the profession/occupation which interests him the most.
Sarah Halferty: feels called to become a nurse.
Sydney Peel: wants to double major in Art and Education.
Clayton Rainey: plans to major in Business Administration with his end goal to be a Personal Injury Lawyer.
Marlaina Widmann: upon receiving her bachelor degree, she will progress to Pharmacy School at the University of California, San Francisco.
We celebrate the accomplishments of these fine young people and express our gratitude to the family members who have provided love, encouragement, guidance and support!
To donate online, please specify that the gift is for the scholarship fund in the space provided during the donation process, or contact the office at 817-488-1008 for additional information.
With financial contributions from a generous community, we will continue to offer more and more scholarships each year!