To provide an annual scholarship award to a graduating senior, current college/technical school student or nontraditional student who is planning to pursue a course of study in welding or other areas of the skilled trades.
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This fund provides an annual scholarship award to a high school student who is living in or studying dance in Midland County to attend lessons or camps.
To provide an annual scholarship award to Midland County High School graduating senior or current college student who is pursuing an engineering degree at Michigan State University. Previous recipients may reapply.
To provide an annual scholarship award to a graduating high school senior or college freshman, sophomore or junior, whose parent is employed by the Dow Chemical Company, by another tenant of the Michigan Operations manufacturing site or by a contractor with the Michigan Operations manufacturing site, with preference given to applicants who have been involved in the community.
To provide an annual scholarship award to a student pursuing post high school studies at accredited trade or technical schools, community colleges, colleges or universities. For a resident of Midland County who meets the about requirements, and who needs to sharpen old skill or acquire new ones to re-enter the job market, or persons whose formal educations have been interrupted either at the high school or undergraduate levels.
To provide annual scholarship awards for post-secondary education. Scholarship applications will be considered from high school seniors at the following schools: Gladwin, Beaverton High School, Skeels Christian School and Gladwin home schools. If there is not a qualified applicant at each of these schools then more than one scholarship can be offered to the other schools. Preference will be given to applicants with a cumulative GPA of 2.25 or higher who is involved in community service activities. The essay for this scholarship application should describe the applicant's community service activities and should be no longer than 400 words.
To provide annual scholarship awards to Midland County first generation college-going and economically disadvantaged students with preference given to candidates that have both. Preference will be given to students who have attended a Midland County High School for a minimum of two years, have a minimum GPA of 2.0 and have demonstrated community leadership or community service activities. This scholarship is renewable for a second year and preference will be given to recipients that maintain a 3.0 GPA or higher and also take advantage of the Midland County Career and College Access Network mentorship program. Recipients must be enrolled or plan on attending a Michigan educational organization.
To provide one or more scholarships in conjunction with the Midland Believes scholarship program, which provides annual scholarship awards to Midland County first generation college-going and economically disadvantaged students with preference given to candidates that have both. This scholarship is renewable for a second year to students meeting scholarship requirements. Recipients must be enrolled or plan on attending a Michigan educational organization.
To provide an annual scholarship award to a Gladwin County resident to attend an accredited program - college or university, or long- or short-term vocational training program. The recipient would have graduated from high school or obtained the GED prior to using this scholarship. Recipients may reapply in one subsequent year provided they demonstrate at least a 3.0 GPA and absences of three days or less.
To provide an annual scholarship award to a nurse who has completed an associate's degree and is pursuing a bachelor's degree. In addition, this can also be used by a bachelor's degreed nurse who is pursuing a master's degree. Preference will be given to those that demonstrate financial need. Previous recipients may reapply.
To provide an annual scholarship award to a Midland High School graduating senior or graduate who played at least one year of varsity golf at Midland High School. In addition, students must have a 3.0 grade point average and have engaged in at least two years of regular community service/volunteer activities in the Midland County area. Financial need is not a factor.
The Oscar Hahn Scholarship Fund provides an annual award to Midland and surrounding area high school student(s) desiring to participate in post high school graduate studies in the Construction Trades industry. Educational opportunities can be fulfilled at a 4-year university, community college, accredited vocational, technical and/or an accredited building trades apprenticeship program. Applicant must be receiving or has received a high school diploma or GED. Transcripts will be used in the evaluation process but no minimum average grade point required. Financial need will be considered but not a requirement. Applicant must request two letters of recommendation (non- family member) as part of their application. One must be from teacher and/or employer.