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College Scholarships

Flint Energies Foundation College Scholarship

Flint Energies offers scholarships worth $2,500 each to students pursuing a degree at a four-year college or university. Twenty-five (25) scholarships will be awarded in 2019 to students whose primary residence is within one of the 17 counties served by Flint Energies:  Bibb, Chattahoochee, Crawford, Dooly, Harris, Houston, Macon, Marion, Monroe, Muscogee, Peach, Schley, Sumter, Talbot, Taylor, Twiggs and Upson. High school seniors and currently enrolled college students are encouraged to apply.

The deadline for the 2019 scholarship has passed. Winners will be announced shortly.

For more information, or to apply for the Flint Energies Foundation College Scholarship, please contact Jennifer Morton at

Flint Energies
P.O. Box 308
Reynolds, GA 31076
Telephone: 800-342-3616, ext. 5195 or 478-847-5195

Walter Harrison Scholarship

Flint Energies enters five applications from our service area into a pool of statewide entries each year. Eleven $1,000 scholarships will be awarded in 2019 to students in EMC households. High school seniors and undergraduate students attending any vocational school or two- or four-year accredited college or university in Georgia are eligible to apply.

The deadline for the 2019 scholarship has passed.

Congratulations to the 11 students selected to receive the 2019 Walter Harrison Scholarship:

  • Leo Aromatorio of Perry – Flint Energies
  • Symone Crowder of Warner Robins – Flint Energies
  • Gambill Dallas of Camilla – Mitchell EMC
  • Monique Gautreaux of Toccoa – Hart EMC
  • Heidi Hall of Hawkinsville – Flint Energies
  • Caden Hamrick of Covington – Snapping Shoals EMC
  • Megan Harris of Loganville – Walton EMC
  • Austin Pitchford of Dawsonville – Amicalola EMC
  • Emily Robinson of Jasper – Amicalola EMC
  • Mayu Takeuchi of Watkinsville – Walton EMC
  • Nathan Touchberry of Dublin – Oconee EMC
With the addition of the 11 scholarships in 2019, $213,500 has been awarded to 224 students in EMC households since the program began in 1987. The scholarships are awarded on the basis of a scored essay, academic achievement and financial need. Georgia’s EMCs started the scholarship program to honor the late Walter Harrison. Harrison was known in Georgia and across the nation as “Mr. Rural Electrification” for his pioneering efforts in the electrical cooperative industry and for his lifelong dedication to improving life in rural areas.

For more information, or to apply for a scholarship, please contact Blair Brown at:

Flint Energies
P.O. Box 7089
Warner Robins, GA 31095
Telephone: 800-342-3616, ext. 5547 or 478-218-5547




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