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Friday
Aug312012

Albert T. and Margaret H. Maasberg Scholarship ($1,500)

The Albert T. and Margaret H. Maasberg Scholarship is an award to a high school senior to assist him/her in pursuing higher education.  For a resident of Midland County who is a high school senior having demonstrated academic accomplishment and financial need, who will be attending a Michigan four-year college or University.  Demonstrated community service is also desirable, but not required.  The scholarship may be renewable; that is, a student may reapply for this award in subsequent years if it was originally awarded to him/her as a senior in high school.  The essay for this scholarship should describe personal background and achievements, detail community service, outline future course of study and explain career goals.
Tuesday
Sep042012

Alice B. and Earl E. Ziegler Scholarship ($2,000)

The Alice B. and Earl E. Ziegler Scholarship is an annual award to assist with the cost of tuition, books and fees for college students in preparation for a career in early childhood education.  For a resident of Midland County who has completed at least 48 semester credit hours of college.  The student must be enrolled full time in a curriculum for early childhood education at the time the award is received.
Wednesday
Aug222012

American Association of University Women - Midland Branch Scholarship ($2,000) 

The American Association of University Women-Midland Branch Scholarship provides annual awards for higher education to a woman residing in Midland County in two different areas.  
Graduating Senior Woman: The successful applicants must graduate from a high school under the jurisdiction of the MCESA or be a Midland County resident graduating from high school in the year of the award. The applicant must be a female who ranks in the top third of her class. The essay for this scholarship should describe how this award will help the applicant attain her educational goals and may include such topics as career choice and reasons for that choice. The essay may also discuss involvement in school and community activities. The award is a combination of merit, need, and potential contribution to society. Awardee must be pursuing her education full time and be working toward a baccalaureate degree.
Women in Transition: Two scholarships will be awarded to women who have had a delay or interruption in their education beyond high school and who wish to work toward a baccalaureate or higher degree. They could also already have a baccalaureate degree and are returning to school to re-educate themselves with a specific career goal in mind. The delay or interruption in education must equal a minimum of one fall or one spring semester. This award must be used in the academic year following the May announcement of the recipients. It is based on a combination of merit, need, and potential contribution to society. Previous recipients may reapply for a second year if the student achieves a B average or better during the first year. The essay for this scholarship should describe career goals, reasons for applying for this scholarship, and activities or studies in the past five years.
Wednesday
Apr032013

Anne Marie Walsh Scholarship ($1,000)

To provide an annual scholarship award to a graduating high school senior, current college student, or student returning to college, including nontraditional students, to pursue a bachelor's degree in nursing or master's degree in nursing.  Preference will be given to those planning to pursue a career in neonatal nursing.

Wednesday
Aug292012

Annis Closs Horden Memorial Scholarship ($2,000)

The Annis Closs Horden Memorial Scholarship is an annual award to a Midland or Gladwin County student enrolled in a nursing program. Previous recipients may reapply. The successful applicant will have completed at least 24 semester hours with a minimum 3.0 GPA; will have been accepted at an accredited college or university in a baccalaureate nursing program and qualify for registered nursing boards. The essay for this scholarship should describe activities, goals, interests and jobs held.
Friday
Aug312012

Arthur and Martha McComb Scholarship ($300)

The Arthur and Martha McComb Scholarship provide an annual award to a graduating senior, returning student or a non-traditional student who demonstrates financial need.  This scholarship is open to any course of study but preference will be given to students’ pursuing a degree in chemical process technology/chemical process operator or Child Development.  The recipient must be a graduate of a Midland or Gladwin County high school or reside in these counties.
Wednesday
Aug222012

Ashley Sue Adan Memorial Scholarship for Special Education ($500)

The Ashley Sue Adan Memorial Scholarship for Special Education provides an award to Midland County residents who meet the following criteria: a) special education para-professionals or para-educators pursuing a teaching degree in Special Education, or b) graduating high school seniors, college or graduate students pursuing a teaching degree in special education. Preference will first be given to paraprofessionals or Para-educators or to other individuals who have demonstrated the compassion and commitment required to work with and help Special Education students.  Previous recipients may reapply.
Wednesday
Aug222012

Barbara M. Burdon Memorial Educational Scholarship ($2,500)

The Barbara M. Burdon Memorial Scholarship provides an annual scholarship award to a Bullock Creek High School graduating senior who will be pursuing a degree in secondary education. Those interested in this scholarship should contact the Bullock Creek High School counseling staff: 989-631-2340.
Wednesday
Aug222012

Beaverton Lions Club Scholarship ($500)

The Beaverton Lions Club Scholarship provides an annual scholarship(s) award to a graduating senior of Beaverton High School with a cumulative grade point average of 2.25 or higher.  Contact your Beaverton High School counselor for details.
Friday
Aug312012

Bernie Meister Scholarship ($1,000)

The Bernie Meister Scholarship provides an annual award to a graduate of a Midland County high school who is pursuing an education in a science or engineering field and who has completed at least one year of education at a college or university in one of these fields. A preference will be given to students pursuing a degree in chemical engineering, chemistry or biochemistry.
Tuesday
Sep042012

Betty Thompson-Shuler Scholarship ($200)

The Betty Thompson-Shuler Scholarship provides an annual award to a graduating senior from Meridian High School who is pursuing a teaching degree in English, a general teaching degree or a degree with a major in English.  A preference will be given to a student pursuing a teaching degree in English.  Those interested in this scholarship should contact the Meridian High School counseling staff at 989-687-3300.
Wednesday
Aug222012

Bob Cole Track & Field and Cross Country Memorial Scholarship ($500)

The Bob Cole Track & Field and Cross Country Scholarship provides an annual award to a graduating senior of Meridian High School who participated in track & field or cross country for at least two years.  The student must describe how track or cross country helped them become a team player and how athletics impacted their high school academic experience.  A letter of support from their coach demonstrating the student's commitment to their sport, their team and self-improvement should accompany the application.  Those interested in this scholarship should contact the Meridian High School counseling staff at 989-687-3300.
Wednesday
Aug222012

Bob G. Caldwell Memorial Engineering Scholarship ($1,000)

The Bob G. Caldwell Memorial Engineering Scholarship is for a student who has completed at least two years of post-high school study and is enrolled at a school of engineering at an accredited college or university. Previous recipients may reapply. The successful applicant will be either a) a Midland County resident, or b) the child of an employee of Michigan Operations of The Dow Chemical Company. All selection factors being equal, preference will be given to children of employees of Michigan Operations of Dow. The applicant must achieve at least a B average in the first two years of college and must demonstrate financial need. The essay for this scholarship should describe personal background and achievements, outline future course of study and explain career goals. One reference should be from one of the applicant's professors; one may be from a family friend or minister.
Tuesday
Sep042012

Brent L. Romain Scholarship ($3,000)

The Brent L. Romain Scholarship provides an annual college scholarship award of, to be used for tuition only, to a graduating high school senior who is also a member of the Boys Varsity Soccer Team at Dow High School. If at some point the fund grows large enough to offer additional scholarships, members of other soccer organizations could also be considered. Academics and character will be the deciding criteria for this award.  Students need not apply; recipients are nominated and selected by a committee.
Wednesday
Aug222012

Bullock Creek Alumni Memorial Scholarship ($750)

The Bullock Creek Alumni Memorial Scholarship provides an annual award to a Bullock Creek High School graduating senior or Bullock Creek High School Graduate.  The successful applicant will be planning to attend an accredited community college, college or university, or technical or trade school in the year of the award.  Preference will be for applications that show some work experience, financial need, and a career and community service focus
Wednesday
Aug222012

Bullock Creek Area Business Association Scholarship ($500)

The Bullock Creek Area Business Association Scholarship provides an annual award(s) to a graduating senior(s) from Bullock Creek High School who has attended Bullock Creek High School for at least two years who is attending a Michigan college, university, trade or technical school. The applicant should display character traits and maturity as exemplified by but not limited to high school awards, extra-curricular activities and leadership positions.
Monday
Aug272012

Christina J. Fisher Memorial Scholarship ($1,500)

The Christina J. Fisher Memorial Scholarship provides an annual scholarship award to a graduating high school senior who has been involved with the Midland County 4-H Horse Program. A previous recipient of the award may reapply one time only. The successful applicant will have achieved positive youth development in the area of horses, will have significant and active 4-H involvement, and will have demonstrated community service and financial need.
Thursday
Aug302012

Connie Keicher Memorial Scholarship ($600)

The Connie Keicher Memorial Scholarship provides an annual award to a senior instrument music student of Midland High School who will be attending the University of Michigan. The candidate must demonstrate dedication and enthusiasm to the music program. Financial need will be a consideration. Preference will be given to a wind or percussion student. Those interested in applying should contact Kathy Peretz at 989.923.4528.
Tuesday
Sep042012

Corporal Casey P. Zylman Memorial Scholarship ($500)

The Corporal Casey P. Zylman Memorial Scholarship provides an annual award to a graduating senior(s) of Coleman High School.  The applicant must have a 3 point or higher grade point average and played a sport in all four years of high school.  The applicant must display leadership qualities such as being a member of the National Honor Society or holding a class officer position and display financial need. Along with the application the applicant must also include an essay on their leadership qualities and how they qualify them for this scholarship.  Those interested in this scholarship should contact the Coleman High School counseling staff at (989) 465-6171.
Monday
Aug272012

Crystal Graham Memorial Scholarship ($1,500)

The Crystal Graham Memorial Scholarship is an annual award to Midland County residents who wish to study in the health professions. Preference will be given to the areas of Therapy (particularly Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy), Physician's Assistant, Nursing and Medicine, in that order of preference. The scholarship may be used at either the undergraduate or graduate level. The essay for this scholarship should describe achievements, personal and career goals, and involvements which support commitment to career choice.