C. David Jackson Memorial SNCA Meeting Student Scholarship

The Society of North Carolina Archivists (SNCA) offers one to two scholarships of up to $500 for the purpose of allowing students to attend the society’s annual meeting and pre-conference workshops. Scholarship funds may be used for meeting registration, workshops, lodging, meals and travel expenses. A one-year membership in SNCA will also be included with the scholarship. Reimbursement will be provided based on a statement of expenses submitted with accompanying receipts.

This scholarship is intended to promote continuing archival education and professional alliances among archivists in North Carolina. Applicants are strongly encouraged to register for workshops that will provide appropriate supplemental education to their existing coursework and internships/field experiences.

Applicants must be students enrolled in an archival studies, public history, or library science program in North Carolina. A previous SNCA scholarship recipient may not make further applications. Non-students are encouraged to apply for a Michelle Francis Scholarship.

To apply, the application form and a current resume/CV should be submitted via email to the Education Committee Chair at education@ncarchivists.org.

Applications for this award must be received by January 20, 2017.

Previous C. David Jackson Memorial Scholarship Recipients:

2016
Charmaine Bonner, North Carolina Central University School of Library and Information Sciences
Sara Maeve Whisnant, UNC-Greensboro Department of Library and Information Studies

2015
Jada Jones, UNC-Greensboro Department of Library and Information Studies

2014
The scholarship was not awarded for the 2014 mini-conference.

2013
Sarah Bost, UNC-Chapel Hill School of Information and Library Science
Patrick Dollar, UNC-Chapel Hill School of Information and Library Science
Morgan Jones, UNC-Chapel Hill School of Information and Library Science
Leslie Kesler, University of North Carolina at Greensboro MLIS online program

2012
Stephanie Barnwell, UNC-Chapel Hill School of Information and Library Science/Public History Program, North Carolina State University

2010
Lea Walker
Caroline Muglia

2009
Rhonda Jones
Sarah Rice Scott

2007
Amanda Ross, UNC-Chapel Hill School of Information and Library Science
Patricia Curl, Cabarrus County Public Library

2006
Paula Lumb, Carl Sandburg NHS
Jeffrey Smith, Library and Information Studies, UNCG

2005

Susan Moody, Western Carolina University

2004
Dawne Howard, Public History Program, North Carolina State University
Monika Rhue, Johnson C. Smith University

2003
Jean Moats, Queens University
June Power, Averett University

2002
Joe Sunseri, St. Mary’s College

2001 (Inaugural)
Maryjo George, North Carolina State University