CHS Alumni Association Round-Up 2023: Pay annual dues to update membership, Purchase a ticket to the Round-Up Event, Donate to the CHSAA local scholarship Fund or the CHSAA Winston-Salem Foundation Scholarship Fund
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We strive to connect alumni and friends strategically back to Carver High School making use of our interests, skills, talents, and networks to serve student needs. Together we can keep the Carver High legacy strong.
Volunteering is a wonderful way to get involved. Volunteering opportunities are available with our Alumni Association as well as with Carver High School. Join us as we work to support Carver High School and its students!
CHS Alumni! Here is the way to get connected. Fill out your Alumni Verification Form
Alumni Faculty & Staff!
We welcome Carver High School Alumni Faculty and Staff to join us in organizing, participating, and celebrating the legacy we have built together over these incredible years. Please fill out the form below to get started.
CHS Dual Alumni!
CHS Dual Alumni are students who attended Carver High School when it was a 2-year High School (1971-1984). You have always been a part of the Carver Nation United. We welcome you home! Please fill out the form below.
Carver Nation United is a group of Alumni and Friends. We welcome community participants who wish to support the Carver High School Alumni network, the school, and its legacy. Please fill out the form below to get involved.
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Carver Nation Is Alive and Thriving.
The Carver Alumni Association, Inc.
Carver Alumni Association, Inc., is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization of North Carolina located in Winston Salem, NC, which seeks to give financial assistance in form of a scholarship to deserving students who plan to attend a two-year or four-year community college or university. The association serves solely Carver High School graduates. The Association is funded primarily through membership and fundraising. The association works to achieve its mission through membership, networks, student programs, advocacy, and special events. Delivering assistance from these varied areas ensures that the Association will continue to impact higher education well into the future.
We are committed to serving a minimum of five deserving students annually. We strive, however, to serve many more. Eligible scholarship recipients must be readily admitted to their college or university of choice before funds will be disbursed. This scholarship is designed to financially assist students whose families are facing financial challenge. We will partner with the Carver High School Student Services office to identify the potential recipients of scholarship opportunities. The Student Services office will receive applications from the Association to distribute to eligible students who must complete an application for the scholarship.
Carver Alumni Association, Inc. interviews and awards deserving students.
BECOME A VOLUNTEER
NO ONE HAS EVER BECOME POOR BY GIVING
Volunteering provides an opportunity to support both the students at Carver High School
as well as each other with in the CHS Alumni network.
There are several committees to participate on within the Alumni Association as well as Student Engagement programs that provide the opportunity
to work with the school administration and its student body.
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