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Molly Johnson and Ethan Cannady visited the Capitol during a weeklong trip to Washington, D.C.
Local Students Celebrate 50 years of N.C. Youth in D.C.
This year, North Carolina’s electric cooperatives sent its largest delegate class to represent the electric co-op community during a weeklong trip to Washington, D.C., called the Youth Tour. Forty-five ambitious and driven high school students visited the Capitol, continuing a co-op tradition now 50 years strong in North Carolina. They joined 1,800 students from across the country to meet federal elected officials, participate in networking events and learn about our nation’s history and the importance of civic engagement. more…
Rebecca Brown, Kenan Fellow
Four County EMC Selects Duplin Teacher for Prestigious Kenan Fellowship
Rebecca Brown, a science and social studies teacher at Chinquapin Elementary School, has been named a 2017-18 Kenan Fellow. Her fellowship was made possible through a partnership between Four County Electric Membership Corporation, North Carolina’s Electric Cooperatives and the Kenan Fellows Program for Teacher Leadership at N.C. State University. more…
Grant applications will be accepted April 1 - September 18.
Looking for Your Bright Ideas!
Four County EMC is accepting Bright Ideas applications for the 2017-2018 school year. Teachers may apply for grants up to $2,000. Funding will go to creative K-12 teachers for innovative and imaginative classroom projects. To learn more about the program and start an online application visit www.ncbrightideas.com or www.fourcty.org. more…