Two Halifax County students and one from Washington County will be honored by the Center for Energy for scholastic excellence.
The center will host a scholarship award ceremony on behalf of EDF Renewables North America on June 7 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., at its 460 Airport Road campus in Roanoke Rapids to recognize the academic achievements of the three students.
The students submitted scholarship applications during C4EE’s Clean Energy High School Career Fair held on April 28.
EDF Renewables is the sponsor of this scholarship program for a second year.
The students are:
Dwayne Burnett Jr., from Washington County Early College High School, will be awarded
$1,500. He will attend North Carolina A&T University and major in electrical engineering.
Janine Williams, from Halifax County Early College, will be awarded $1,000. She will attend Fayetteville State University and major in business administration.
Machiya Arrington, from Halifax County Early College, will be awarded $500. She will attend North Carolina
Central University and major in business administration.
EDF Renewables North America is an independent power producer and service provider with over 35 years of experience.