Scholarships for Current College Students
Bob G. Caldwell Memorial Engineering Endowed Scholarship Fund ($1,000)
Provides an annual scholarship to a Midland County resident who is enrolled in an accredited school with a major in chemistry, engineering or business/industrial management who has completed at least two years of college. When all criteria are equal, the award will go to a student needing financial assistance.
O. James Clark Endowed Scholarship Fund ($1,000)
Provides an annual scholarship award to a Midland Public School graduate who is currently enrolled in college and is a junior or senior with preference given to those with financial need and a GPA of 3.0 or above. The student must be studying a humanities field (language, art, social studies, etc.) and previous recipients may reapply.
Sarah Keishian Dergazarian Vocal Music Education Endowment Fund ($2,000)
Provides an annual scholarship award to a vocal music education student who will be either a college junior, senior, or graduate student in the year of the award.
Robert E. and Beverly V. Erickson Endowed Scholarship Fund ($1,500)
Provides an annual scholarship award to a Midland County resident pursuing a bachelor's degree in nursing. Must have completed at least their sophomore year in college.
Dr. Albert A. and Caroline Gunkler Scholarship Fund ($1,000)
Provides an annual scholarship award to students who are/have graduated from a Midland County high school who are majoring in math, science, or engineering at an accredited university with a grade point average of 3.0 or better. All things being equal financial need will be the deciding factor. Preference will be given to students entering their college junior and senior years, or past recipients provided they are still majoring in the field of study described above and have maintained a GPA of 3.0 or better.
Freda and George Hittel Scholarship Fund ($1,500)
Provides an annual scholarship to encourage a student who has completed two years of college studies to continue in a degree program.
Jeanette House Memorial Scholarship Fund ($1,500)
Provides an annual scholarship to a Midland County resident who is enrolled in an accredited college and at the time of receiving the award will have senior class standing with a literature related major in any language.
John M. Hoy/Arline Kroeger Endowed Scholarship Fund ($750)
Provides an annual scholarship award to assist a student in completing a degree program in either music education, history or early childhood education. Student should be pursuing a teaching degree and should be in either junior or senior year of college.
Bernie Meister Endowed Scholarship Fund ($1,000)
Provides an annual scholarship 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.
MidMichigan Medical Center - Midland Volunteers Scholarship Fund ($2,000)
Provides a college scholarship for students who have completed at least the equivalent of one academic year in an accredited post secondary educational institution or have been accepted into a post graduate medical curriculum.
Jenna Paige Munger Memorial Scholarship Endowment Fund ($1,000)
Provides annual scholarships to Level I and/or Level II students enrolled in the Davenport University nursing program. Previous applicants may reapply.
George E. Olson Memorial Scholarship Endowment Fund ($1,000)
Provides an annual scholarship award to a Midland or Gladwin County resident. Successful applicants would be college juniors, seniors, or grad students at the time of the award, and would be majoring in an earth science related field. Majors such as meteorology, geology, hedrology, ecology, forestry, etc. would be considered. The main criteria for selection will be academic achievement, with financial need considered to a lesser degree.
Jack Redman DDS Memorial Endowed Scholarship Fund ($500)
Provides an annual scholarship award to a Midland County high school graduate who has declared a pre-dental college major and has accumulated college credits to have completed their sophomore year. Dr. Redman was committed to his profession for 36 years. Therefore the recipient must display this same dedication by having maintained a GPA a 3.2 or higher, participated in extracurricular activities and held a part-time or summer job.
Stephen D. Redman, M.D. Memorial Scholarship Fund ($1,500)
Provides an annual scholarship for a resident of Midland County who has been attending college and is a student preparing for a career in human health. Preference will be given to persons attending or planning to attend a medical school with the intention to practice in primary care.
Rupprecht Family Endowed Scholarship Fund ($1,000)
Provides an annual scholarship award to a Midland County or Dow College Opportunity Program graduate who is currently a junior or senior-level college student pursuing a STEM (Science Technology Engineering Math) related field of study. Preference should be given to graduates of the Dow College Opportunity Program at West Midland Family Center, grade point will be taken into consideration in the selection process and scholarship recipients may reapply.
Richard E. Woodward Family Endowed Engineering Scholarship Fund ($2,500)
Provides an annual scholarship award to a resident of Midland or Gladwin County that has completed at least two years of college, pursuing a bachelor's or graduate degree in engineering; including but not limited to chemical, mechanical, industrial or electrical engineering. The applicant must have at least a 3.0 GPA and have demonstrated ambition and leadership in the field of engineering through involvement in extra-curricular activities, work experience, or community service. One reference must be from a college instructor or professor.
Deborah Lynn Hawkins Special Educator Endowed Scholarship Fund ($2,500)
Provides a scholarship award to Midland or Gladwin County residents who meet one of the following criteria: a) college students who are pursuing degrees in Special Education, or b) college students who are pursuing degrees in Occupational, Physical or Speech Therapy but only if their main interest area is working with special education students. Preference will be for the former.
Midland Section American Chemical Society Endowed Scholarship Fund ($2,000)
Provides financial support to college students seeking academic degrees in the chemical sciences at college and universities in the Section's area. The Section's area is Midland, Bay, Saginaw, Gratiot and Isabella Counties as of this writing, but may be expanded.
Sadie Wolf Memorial Endowed Scholarship Fund ($1,500)
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. The applicant must be a graduate of a Midland County High School with preference given to those that have a 3.5 college GPA and demonstrate financial need. Previous recipients may reapply.