Chairman's Scholarship

For over 25 years, Crumley Roberts has believed that continued learning is the key to success. To bring this concept to life, we began the Crumley Roberts Scholarship Program, which to date has provided over $265,000 in scholarships and technology to help college-bound North Carolinians start on the road to success. We are proud to invest in students who demonstrate a commitment to learning and to their community with our ultimate aim of providing the encouragement and support needed to help students achieve their dreams.

Crumley Roberts offers two types of scholarships for North Carolina students in 2019: the Chairman’s Scholarship and the Next Step Scholarship. The Chairman’s Scholarship of $2,500 is awarded to high school students who attended a North Carolina high school and who will attend an accredited four-year college or university in the coming fall.

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    Anthony Pait-Davis Mount Tabor High School - Tufts University
    Anthony Pait-Davis

    One of two unanimous choices by our Scholarship Selection Committee. After struggling and ultimately succeeding in becoming the person and gender he identifies with, Anthony stands-up for others as they face similar struggles while affirming their identities. Ultimately, Anthony realized it wasn’t just about becoming comfortable with himself but also changing how the system restricts future youth from doing the same.

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    Cam Bennett Northwest Guilford High School - NC A&T University
    Cam Bennett

    In response to two fellow students posting a racially-charged rant on social media (this made national news), Cam choose not to fight back, but to educate. He recruited friends and began a school organization that serves as a safe place to share frustrations and fears. “The United Youth of Excellence was established by us, for us, the students of color at Northwest Guilford High School, in response to the racial climate in our community.”

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    Sara Heath Alexander Central High School - NC State University
    Sara Heath

    One of two unanimous choices by our Scholarship Selection Committee, Sara stood up for a friend she met at Jr. ROTC (her name is Sarah) and her brother Jacob. After learning that Sarah and Jacob were raised by an abusive mother and estranged father, Sara worked with her family to figure out a way to foster Sarah, Jacob and their cat. Thus, removing them from a history of dangerous situations and establishing a safe, loving home for them.

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    Jason Jimenez South Iredell High School - UNC Chapel Hill
    Jason Jimenez

    Jason not only stood up for his cousin after he was bullied simply for looking different (his cousin lives with Falcone Anemia which causes deformities in bone structures) he sought out continual time to meet with his cousin and to council him. Additionally, he confronted the bullies after witnessing the incident. Jason knew these children were too young to understand the impact of their actions and therefore educated them on how our words have long-lasting impact on others.

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