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If having nice stuff matters to you, then school should matter too. 'Cause grads make more $$$

In fact, people with a bachelor's degree earn an average of 1 million more in their lifetime than high school graduates.

Beginning with the class of 2010, all Conway County students who graduate from participating high schools and meet the criteria for the School Counts! program are eligible to receive a scholarship of up to $1000 to attend the University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton. This includes a $250 tuition waiver for students who attend the college in a career/technical program. This support will be for students who do not qualify for other types of scholarships or financial aid. Students already receiving $1000 or more in aid will receive a $250 book stipend.

A Conway County Arkansas Workforce Initiative