Belle Chemical Company announces the opening of the annual scholarship program – Now accepting applications

Belle Chemical Company’s annual scholarship program to support Kanawha County students in post-secondary learning is open and accepting applications through March 31, 2023.

The Belle Chemical Company Scholarship Program offers $500 scholarships for eligible students pursuing STEM-related degrees at accredited universities or community colleges in West Virginia. Graduating high school seniors and current undergraduate and graduate students are eligible to apply. Preference will be given to Belle residents.

“As we enter into the second year of our scholarship program for the community and surrounding area, we are proud to be a strong partner in supporting continued education for the community,” Alicha Hunt, Operations Manager for Belle Chemical Company said. “We value STEM education from kindergarten through high school in our numerous community partnerships, and this scholarship program allows Belle Chemical to continue supporting students into post-secondary education.”

Eligibility Requirements

Scholarships are available to graduating West Virginia high school students and post-secondary students enrolled in an accredited West Virginia university/college or community and technical college program. Each student must complete the online application in full. All items must be submitted for the application to be eligible. The items needed online are:

·       Completed and signed application form.

·       Electronic copy of high school/college transcript.

·       Essay of goals and achievements.

·       Two letters of recommendation.

Students looking to apply to the scholarship program can apply here: http://bellechemco.com/scholarship-program. The deadline to apply is March 31, 2023, at 11:59 p.m. EST. There are a total of six $500 scholarships available.


JoLena Broussard, Manager of Strategic Engagement and Communications, [email protected]504-407-8119

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