N.C. State junior Celeste Castillo, seen here studying on October 4 inside the university's Poe Hall, is a member of the first class of future educators to be considered for TIP Teaching Scholars Award Program. The award will pay 10 students up to $10,000 in exchange for a commitment to teach in rural North Carolina school districts for at least two years after graduation.
N.C. State junior Celeste Castillo, seen here studying on October 4 inside the university's Poe Hall, is a member of the first class of future educators to be considered for TIP Teaching Scholars Award Program. The award will pay 10 students up to $10,000 in exchange for a commitment to teach in rural North Carolina school districts for at least two years after graduation. Autumn Linford
N.C. State junior Celeste Castillo, seen here studying on October 4 inside the university's Poe Hall, is a member of the first class of future educators to be considered for TIP Teaching Scholars Award Program. The award will pay 10 students up to $10,000 in exchange for a commitment to teach in rural North Carolina school districts for at least two years after graduation. Autumn Linford

NCSU steps up for rural schools, teachers

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