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SCHOLARSHIP NAME (and application link)
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**Use these columns to sort as by deadline, GPA, amount $, financial need, etc.**
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American Legion - Post #305CHS3.00$50003/29/18CHS STUYes. Based on Patriotism, Citizenship, Discipline, Leadership and Scholastics
. Student should be highly motivated and have a strong desire to further his/her education
. Minimum GPA of 3.0
. Relationship to a Legion member or Veteran is not required, but will be deliberated
. Financial need will be a consideration
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Amy Lou Barnaby Charitable Foundation (CEF)CHS2.00$1,00003/29/18Online (CEF)May be considered. Member of the Caledonia High School senior class, on schedule to graduate.
. Cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or better.
. Participation in service learning activities through school/community organizations.
. Good moral character and firmness of purpose as well as potential for success with post high school education verified by no more than two letters of reference.
. Special preference will be given to applicants:
--> With financial need.
--> With special needs (i.e., physical limitations and/or a labeled learning disability).
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Brookelyn Elias Legacy ScholarshipCHSunknown04/13/18CHS STU
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Caledonia Area Chamber of Commerce ScholarshipCHS$75004/02/18CHS STU. Applicants must be a current Senior in good standing at CaledoniaHigh School or South Christian HighSchool.
. Applicants must plan to attend a technical or trade school, or a college or university for a two- or four-year program.
. Weighted consideration will be given to applicants who (or whose parents/guardians) own or are employed by a member of a local Chamber of Commerce.
. Weighted consideration given to applicants who have demonstrated community involvement and volunteer commitments.
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Caledonia Athletic Booster ScholarshipCHS-unknownN/A. Male & Female Athlete of the Year
. Nominations are completed by coaches - no application needed
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Caledonia Blood Drive ScholarshipCHSunknown05/01/18CHS STU. Must be a senior at Caledonia High School
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Caledonia Community PlayersCHS-$50004/20/18CHS STUDrama or Community Players. Must be a senior who has participated in either HS drama or a Community Players production during their 4 years of high school, as an actor, musician or technician
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Caledonia Education Association Dependent ScholarshipCHS-$1,00003/29/18CHS STUCEA Dependent. Must be a dependent child of a member in good standing in the Caledonia Education Association
Must submit an essay on the value of having a parent as an educator
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Caledonia Education Association ScholarshipsCHS-$1,00003/29/18CHS STUField of Education. Must be a Caledonia High School senior
. Must intend to pursue a degree in the field of education
. Demonstrate a commitment to the service of others.
. Demonstrate achievement in the classroom
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Caledonia Leadership Student of the YearCHS-$1,00004/30/18CHS STUMay be considered. Must be a senior at Caledonia High School.
. Financial need may be considered, but is not primary.
. Must be attending a higher institute of learning after graduation.
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Caledonia Women's Club Heritage (CEF)CHS3.00$50003/29/18Online (CEF)YesFemale. High School Female Senior enrolled at the Caledonia High School or Glenmor High School
. Planning to attend a two-year or four-year college or Vocational School
. GPA of 3.0 or better
. Affiliation with a non-profit or community service organization, as evidenced by a letter of recommendation by a member of the organization
. Additional Letter of Recommendation
. Financial need
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Caledonia Women’s Club MemorialCHS-$1,00003/29/18OnlineMay be consideredFemale. Must be a CHS senior female planning to attend a 2 or 4 year postsecondary institution
. Financial need may be a factor
. Applicants will be interviewed b a panel from the CWC
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Carl E Workman Family (CEF)CHS3.50$2,50003/29/18Online (CEF). Member of the Caledonia High School senior class, on schedule to graduate.
. Cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or better.
. Participation in service learning activities through school/community organizations.
. Good moral character and firmness of purpose as well as potential for success with post high school education verified by no more than two letters of reference.
. Special preference will be given to applicants:
--> Pursuing a degree in engineering, particularly civil engineering.
--> Pursuing a degree in music.
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Dr. Bill Harrison FFA Endowed (Caledonia FFA)CHS-$50003/29/18OnlineFFA. Must be a Caledonia FFA Senior
. Must plan to pursue post-secondary education
. Applicants will be evaluated on their leadership, service, SAE and academic history
. Caledonia FFA Alumni Scholarship Application applies to the following awards: Dr. Bill Harrison, Steeby & South Family, Elton Smith
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Elton Smith (Caledonia FFA)CHS-unknown03/29/18OnlineFFA. Must be a Caledonia FFA Senior
. Must plan to pursue post-secondary education
. Applicants will be evaluated on their leadership, service, SAE and academic history
. Caledonia FFA Alumni Scholarship Application applies to the following awards: Dr. Bill Harrison, Steeby & South Family, Elton Smith
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Hoek BusinessCHSinfo not yet available
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James Ellis FFACHSFFAinfo not yet available
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Katie Fairchild (CEF)CHS3.00$25003/29/18Online (CEF)Completed at least 1 agriscience credit. CHS senior
. Completion of at least one agriscience credit
. Participation in one leadership course
. Documentation of 25 hours of community service
. Minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA
. Not offered a full scholarship for college
. Submit two letters of recommendations
. Demonstrated passion to lead and serve others
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Kelly Rowland Technology MemorialCHS2.50$30003/26/18CHS STUField of Technology. Must be a CHS senior planning to pursue an education in technology at a higher level
. Must have a four year GPA 2.5 or better
. Must demonstrate all-around ability through participation in various school activities
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Kendra Ross Scholarship (Kilt Classic)CHS-$1,00003/29/18CHS STUTrack & Field or Cross Country participant. Caledonia senior male or female
. Track & field and/or cross country-minimum one season participation
. Not offered a full scholarship from college of choice
. Show love for people
. Model leadership and teamwork in all areas of life
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Kiwanis Key Club ScholarCHS-unknown03/31/18Key Club AdvisorKey Club Members. Candidate must be a graduating senior of Caledonia High School.
. Candidate must be a member of the “Key Club” of Caledonia High School.
. Application must be received by March 31st.
. The financial award will be distributed upon proof of acceptance to the selected vocational or collegiate institution.
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Luke Yonker Memorial Scholarship - FFACHS3.20$25003/29/18OnlineCompleted at least 1 agriscience credit. Caledonia senior
. Completion of at least one agriscience credit
. Participation in one leadership course
. Minimum 3.2 cumulative GPA
. Submit two letters of recommendations
. Demonstrated qualities of importance: Hardworking, Driven, Kind, Humble, Dependable and Responsible
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Macayla Lee Kohn ScholarshipCHS3.50$50004/09/18Email to mk16forever@gmail.com. Graduating senior from Caledonia High School
. 3.50 GPA or higher
. Demonstrate plans to attend an institution of higher learning, which may be 2 year/4 year college or vocational school
. 1 letter of recommendation from staff or coaches from Caledonia High School
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Mike Burrill Memorial (Caledonia Athletic Boosters)CHS-unknownN/AFootball player. An award will be presented to a Senior football player who best exemplifies what he stood for
. In addition, monetary scholarship will also be given.
. Nominations are completed by coaches - no application needed
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Millard & Eva Engle (CEF)CHS3.50$1,00003/29/18Online (CEF). Must be a member of CHS senior class, on schedule to graduate
. Must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.5
. Participation in service learning, good moral character and potential for success in college
. Two letters of reference
. Preference for students pursuing a degree in education
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NAHS CAL Graphics Visual Arts School ScholarshipCHS-unknownN/A. NO application process - chosen by the Art Department
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Paula Weller (CEF)CHS2.00$1,00003/29/18Online (CEF)May be considered. Must be a member of CHS senior class, on schedule to graduate.
. Must plan to attend a trade school or 2-year post-secondary institution (GRCC)
. Must have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or better.
. Two letters of recommendation verifying character, potential for success and purpose with postsecondary education.
. Special preference will be given to students with financial need for college.
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RESOLVECHS-unknownN/A. NO application process - chosen by Student Council students
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Steeby & South Family (Caledonia FFA)CHS-unknown03/29/18OnlineFFA. Must be a Caledonia FFA Senior
. Must plan to pursue post-secondary education
. Applicants will be evaluated on their leadership, service, SAE and academic history
. Caledonia FFA Alumni Scholarship Application applies to the following awards: Dr. Bill Harrison, Steeby & South Family, Elton Smith
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The Steeby Service Recognition ScholarshipCHS-$1,00003/19/18Address notedFFA. Must be a graduating Senior
. Money must be used for continuing education at a College or University or Technical school.
. Must be an active FFA member for a minimum of 2 years
. Must have served in a leadership position in the Caledonia FFA, or achieved some form of recognition at the state level.
. Must be active in community service outside of FFA (Church, NHS, 4-H, Clubs, Athletic Teams, Community Service Projects, etc.)
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United Bank Community Dedication ScholarshipsCHS-$50003/29/18CHS STU. Member of the 2018 Senior Class, on schedule to graduate.
. Participation in school and community activities.
. Planning to attend a college, university, or vocational school.
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Bob Bond Scholarship (Rockford Sportsman’s Club)Community2.70$1,00005/01/18Address notedYesField of Environmental Sciences or Law Enforcement. Must be a promising Kent County post-secondary student enrolled full-time in an accredited Michigan post-secondary educational institution.
. Students pursuing degrees in environmental protection, forestry, wildlife and fisheries biology, parks and recreation, park management, environmental law and public policy, and law enforcement are encouraged to apply.
. Dedication ideals of the scholarship will be considered at least as important as financial need
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Bob Knisely 4-H ScholarshipCommunity$30006/01/18Kent MSU Extension OfficeFFA. Must be a resident of Kent County
. Must have extensive 4-H experience
. Preference will be given to individuals interested in Dairy and other Livestock areas
. Applicants may be high school juniors, seniors, or graduates
. Applicants must pursue a post-high school accredited educational program in Agriculture
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Caledonia Farmers Elevator Robert Newman Educational Scholarship FundCommunity3.00unknown03/01/18OnlineMajor in Agriculture/ Agribusiness. Must be a Michigan resident
. Must be a graduating senior of a Michigan accredited High School or Home School.
. Must declare a major in Agriculture/Agribusiness
. Must be enrolled in a minimum of 12 credits each semester
. Must maintain a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or better
. Strong consideration will be given to applicants who demonstrate their desire to complete this degree, citizenship, community involvement through non-academic or volunteer activities, work related experience or affiliation with Caledonia Farmers Elevator.
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Community West Credit Union - Vern Hyde ScholarshipCommunity$1,50003/31/18Address notedCWCU Member. Must be a high school senior who attends school in Allegan, Barry, Ionia, Kent or Ottawa county
. Must be a member of Community West Credit Union
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Cutlerville-Gaines Area Chamber of CommerceCommunity$75004/30/18Address notedMust live in boundaries provided (see map on app)*NEW*
. Must be a seniors who will be graduating from Byron Center, East Kentwood, South Christian, Caledonia, Zion Christian, and Grand River Preparatory High Schools or who are home-schooled
. Must reside within the area bounded by 60th Street, 108th Street, Clyde Park Avenue, and Patterson Avenue, including applicants who live on either side of those border streets (see map).
**Do note, the application provided is for the 2018 school year, despite it reading 2017**
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Dan VanDyke ScholarshipCommunity2.50$1,00003/15/18Email to scholarship@vandykefoundation.org. Must be a high school senior planning on attending full time at an accredited college or university.
. Must be able to demonstrate a passion for community service.
. 2.5 minimum GPA
. Must be US citizens.
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Donald J. DeYong Scholarship (GR Community Foundation)Community2.50$2,00004/01/18Address notedWard of the court. West Michigan area resident, who is a ward of the court, or was previously and discharged successfully
. Must be accepted at a college/university or trade school
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Fred & Lena Meijer Scholarship (GR Community Foundation)Community$10,00004/01/18OnlineMeijer. For Meijer employees and children of Meijer employees who have been employed for at least one year by the application deadline
. Children of Meijer employees must be full-time students
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Gerald R. Ford Student Essay ChallengeCommunity$1,50003/12/18Online. Open to students in 9th-12th grade
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Grand Rapids Community Foundation General Application ScholarshipsCommunity$1,200,00004/01/18OnlineYes. Completing a general online application enters you in the selection process for 65+ scholarships!
. Criteria varies
. Amount of awards vary

** Students with a GPA of 2.5 grade point or above who demonstrate some financial need they will be eligible for many of their scholarship funds - awards range from $1,000 to $3,000**
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Grand Rapids Economic Club Essay ContestCommunity$2,50002/01/18Email to Essay@econclub.netOpen to Kent and Ottawa County area high school students
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Hastings City Bank Educational ScholarshipCommunity$4,00003/30/18Address notedField of finance. Must plan to attend a community college or university, providing a certificate, two or four year degree
. Student must be pursuing a certificate, associate's or bachelor’s degree
. Degree must be finance-related; business administration, economics, accounting, etc.
. The student must show promise and leadership qualities.
. Attach a letter of recommendation.
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Haworth Skilled Trades ScholarshipCommunity2.70$2,00002/14/18OnlinePlan to continue in Skilled Trades. Must be able to confirm you have or will obtain your high school diploma or equivalent on or before July 1st of the year in which the scholarship will be used.
. Must have a cumulative GPA of 2.7 or greater
. Must confirm enrollment and plan to continue in a two-year skilled trade/vocational program in one of the following areas: Tool and Die, . Machine Repair, Electrician, CNC Programming, Model Maker or Heating Ventilation & Air Conditioning [HVAC] Technician.
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Inherit the Dream Scholarship (GRCC)Community2.00$1,00012/15/17Address notedAfrican American or Hispanic Heritage. Must be a senior student who attends a Kent Intermediate School
. Must be of African American or Hispanic Heritage
. Must be involved in community service and/or activities in support of diversity and inclusion
. Must be accepted to GRCC
. Must have a GPA of 2.0 or better
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Jean McKee Resident ScholarshipCommunity2.50$2,00005/08/18Address notedYesHUD resident. Must have been a resident of a housing program administered by the Grand Rapids Housing Commission (GRHC) for the past year.
. Must submit a letter of recommendation from a GRHC employee.
. Graduating high school seniors, undergraduate students and participants in the GRHC’s Family Self-Sufficiency Program will receive priority status for this program.
. 2.5 GPA
. Applicant must attend an accredited vocational school, community college, college or university as a full-time student.
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Junior GIANTS Leadership AwardCommunity$1,00011/10/17Address notedAfrican American Heritage. Scholarships awarded to student of African American heritage.
. Final selection of award recipients will be made by members of the Giants’ committee
. Transcript and/or school contact information required
. Recipient will be recognized at the Giants Awards and Banquet on Feb. 3, 2018
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KCEA Alternative ScholarshipCommunity3.00$50003/26/18CHS STUMay be considered. High school senior in an alternative program at a KCEA member public high school
. Demonstrate involvement in school and community activities
. Must demonstrate leadership in school and community activities
. Financial need may be considered, but is not a primary factor
. 3.0 GPA (may be waived)
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KCEA Committee Choice ScholarshipCommunity3.00$50003/26/18CHS STUMay be considered. High school senior at a KCEA member public high school who have excelled academically (or) achieved major accomplishments despite tremendous challenges in their lives
. Demonstrate involvement in school and community activities
. Must demonstrate leadership in school and community activities
. Financial need may be considered, but is not a primary factor
. 3.0 GPA (may be waived)
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KCEA Dependent ScholarshipCommunity$50004/09/18Address notedMay be consideredChild of a KCEA member. Must be a KCEA member’s dependent child, who is in their senior year
. Must be planning to attend a college, training institute or vocational school
. Demonstrate involvement in school and community activities
. Must demonstrate leadership in school and community activities
. Financial need may be considered, but is not a primary factor
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KCEA ESL ScholarshipCommunity3.00$50003/26/18CHS STUMay be considered. High school senior at a KCEA member public high school in a English as a Second Language classroom
. Demonstrate involvement in school and community activities
. Must demonstrate leadership in school and community activities
. Financial need may be considered, but is not a primary factor
. 3.0 GPA (may be waived)
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KCEA Sandy Wilson Dependent ScholarshipCommunity$50004/09/18Address notedMay be consideredChild of an ESP member. Must be an Educational Support Personnel (ESP) member’s dependent child, who is in their senior year
. Must be planning to attend a college, training institute or vocational school
. Must be planning to attend a college, training institute or vocational school
. Demonstrate involvement in school and community activities
. Must demonstrate leadership in school and community activities
. Financial need may be considered, but is not a primary factor
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KCEA Senior High Academic ScholarshipCommunity3.00$50003/26/18CHS STUMay be considered. High school senior at a KCEA member public high school
. Demonstrate involvement in school and community activities
. Must demonstrate leadership in school and community activities
. Financial need may be considered, but is not a primary factor
. 3.0 GPA
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Kent County Farm Bureau ScholarshipCommunity2.75$1,50003/01/18FFA. Must be a dependant of a current Kent County Farm Bureau regular or associate member
. 2.75 minimum GPA
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Lakewood Area Choral Society ScholarshipCommunity$1,00004/18/18Address notedField of voal music education or voice. Must be a Lakewood High School Senior, or a senior from an adjoining school district who is sponsored by an active choral society member living in the same district as the senior
. Must, upon graduation, pursue a major in vocal music education or voice
. Must plan to attend a FOUR year accredited institution
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LMCU Lloyd F. Hutt Scholarship CompetitionCommunity$2,00001/31/18Online. Must be high school seniors
. Must plan to enter a trade school, college or university in the next academic year
. Must be a resident of Michigan or Florida, or a member of Lake Michigan Credit Union or the child of a Lake Michigan Credit Union member
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Mary Free Bed Disability ScholarshipCommunity2.50unknown04/01/18Address notedPhysical disability. Must possess a diagnosed physical disability related to a brain injury, spinal cord injury, stroke, limb difference, or overcoming any other serious acquired or congenital neurological condition treatable through rehabilitation
. Cumulative high school or college GPA of 2.5 or better on a 4.0 scale (overall and in the chosen area of study)
. Must be able to competitively apply oneself in the desired field of study, potentially with reasonable accommodations
Student currently enrolled in, or accepted into an accredited college or university as at least a half-time status (Half time as determined by the school)
. Demonstrates leadership abilities through participation in community service, extracurricular, or other volunteer activities
. Citizen of the United States
. Demonstrates a commitment to serving diverse populations
. Must be a permanent resident in one of the following counties: Allegan, Barry, Calhoun, Eaton, Ionia, Kalamazoo, Kent, Mecosta, Montcalm, . . Muskegon, Newaygo, Oceana, Ottawa or Van Buren
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Mary Free Bed Minority ScholarshipCommunity3.00unknown04/01/18Address notedField of nursing or therapy; Minority . Currently enrolled in, or accepted in, an accredited college or university as a full-time, degree-seeking student in a nursing program, or graduate-level physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech language pathology, therapeutic recreation, orthotics or prosthetics, or neuropsychology program
. Cumulative college GPA of 3.0 or better on a 4.0 scale(overall and in the chosen area of study)
. Demonstrated leadership ability through participation in community service, extracurricular or other volunteer activities
. Black or African American, Asian, Hispanic or Latino, Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander, American Indian or Alaskan Native
. Citizen of the United States
. Demonstrates a commitment to serving diverse populations
. Must be a permanent resident of one of the following Michigan counties: Allegan, Barry, Calhoun, Eaton, Ionia, Kalamazoo, Kent, Mecosta, Montcalm, Muskegon, Newaygo, Oceana, Ottawa or Van Buren
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Mary Jane Dockeray ScholarshipCommunity$1,50003/02/18OnlineField of science. Must be a graduating senior from a high school within the Kent, Ottawa, or Muskegon Area Intermediate School Districts
. Must be pursuing a career in science at a two or four-year college or university
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Michigan Education Association (MEA) Retired Scholarship Region 9Community2.00unknown04/15/18Address notedDependent of MEA member . Minimum of a 2.0 grade point average during the applicant’s junior and senior years.
. Students must be attending and graduating from a Region 9 public school (Ionia, Kent, Montcalm, Ottawa counties).
. Parent(s) or guardian must be a Michigan Education Association (MEA) member in good standing.
. Must plan to attend a Michigan public college or university. Students who are considering one of
the following schools Adrian College; Baker College – Flint, Owosso; Detroit College of Business; University of
Detroit-Mercy; Finlandia University; and Ferris State University-Kendall College of Art & Design are also
eligible. School eligibility is based on their affiliation with MEA. Attendees at other private institutions and /or
church colleges are not eligible.
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Miller Johnson Michigan Diversity ScholarshipCommunity3.00$5,00004/01/18Address notedStudent of color pursuing a law degree. Awarded to students of color currently residing in Michigan with some connection to West Michigan.
. Preference will be given to West Michigan residents pursuing a law degree at any accredited law school in the United States.
. Minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA
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My Personal Credit Union ScholarshipCommunity$1,50001/31/18Address notedMPCU Member. Must be a member (primary account owner) in good standing for at least 1 year prior to the deadline
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National Association of Women in Construction - Chapter #194Community3.00unknown05/19/17Address notedField of Construction. Must be currently enrolled or planning on enrolling in a course of study leading to a degree in a construction related field.
. Must desire a career in a construction related field.
. Must be accepted to or enrolled full time in a college or university.
. Must have a 3.00 or better grade point average to apply.
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National Wild Turkey Federation - Dr. James Earl Kennamer Academic ScholarshipCommunity3.00$10,00001/01/18Local NWTF ChapterHunting license and NWTF membership. Must be a senior
. Minimum 3.0 GPA (on a 4.0 scale)
. Must be pursuing a degree at an accredited institution of higher education
. Must have a current hunting license and hold a current NWTF membership
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Patricia Winchester Vanderbilt MemorialCommunity$40003/01/18OnlineYesField of English. Must be graduating from one of the following high schools: Caledonia, Hamilton and Hudsonville
. Must be enrolling in a two or four-year college or university with plans to study English or related subject matter
. Must be able to demonstrate financial need.
. One of the two recommendations must be from a high school English teacher
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Permoda Education ScholarshipCommunity$2,8004/23/18CHS STUField of Education. Must be a senior of Wayland Union, Byron Center, Caledonia, Hopkins, Thornapple-Kellogg (Middleville), or Martin High Schools, graduating in June 2018.
. Must pursue a degree in education and be accepted by:
--> a 4-year college/university leading to a bachelors degree or,
--> a 2 year college, transferring to a 4 year college leading to a bachelors degree or,
--> a 2 year college leading to a teaching related associate degree.
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Permoda Journalism ScholarshipCommunity$1,0004/23/18CHS STUField of Journalism. Must be a senior of Wayland Union, Byron Center, Caledonia, Hopkins, Middleville
or Martin high schools, graduating in June 2018.
. Must pursue a degree in journalism and be accepted by:
--> 4-year college/university leading to a bachelors degree or,
--> a 2 year college, transferring to a 4 year college leading to a bachelors degree or,
--> a 2 year college leading to an associate degree.
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Polish Heritage Society ScholarshipsCommunity2.75$1,00003/15/18Address notedPolish descent. Must be a full time student
. 2.75 minimum GPA
. Must be of Polish decent, and must provide a brief statement (signed and dated) delineating their heritage
. Scholarships will be awarded to the following schools:
--> GVSU - (2) $1,000
--> Aquinas - $1,000 & $500
--> GRCC - (2) $500
--> Davenport - $1000
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Portland Federal Credit Union - McCrumb ScholarshipCommunity3.00$1,00003/16/18OnlinePFCU Member. Must be a high school seniors or home-schooled seniors for the class of 2018.
. Must be a PFCU member, in good standing
. Must enroll in an accredited university, vocational or technical college in the fall of 2018 following high school graduation.
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Precision Metalforming Association West Michigan District ScholarshipCommunity2.50$2,00003/16/18Address notedField of Metalforming. Must be a high school senior
. Residents of Allegan, Barry, Ionia, Kent, Muskegon and Ottawa Counties
. Pursuing studies related to the Metalforming Industry
. Planning to enroll in full-time, undergraduate study at an accredited two-year college or a non-credit Job Training program offered through an Accredited Higher Education
. Institution in the state of Michigan for the upcoming academic year, and enroll no later
than the fall semester after the award date.
. Graduate high school with a minimum GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale, and maintain a GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale during the years covered by the award.
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River Valley Credit Union ScholarshipCommunity$1,50002/23/18Address notedRVCA Member. Must be an active member in good standing
. Must be a high school senior
. Scholarship winners are required to attend their Annual Meeting in March
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Roger B. Chaffee ScholarshipCommunity3.50$3,00002/28/18Address notedField of STEM. Must be an outstanding student (public or non-public) in the Kent Intermediate School District
. Must intend to pursue a college career in engineering, mathematics or the sciences relating to space technology
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University Club of Grand RapidsCommunity3.00$4,00002/01/18Address noted
*Verification of Enrollment page - STU*
Yes. Must be in good standing as a senior in high school within Allegan, Kent, Muskegon or Ottawa County.
. Must have a cumulative unweighted GPA of 3.0 or higher and maintain an unweighted GPA of 3.0 or higher for the remainder of the school year.
. Financial need will be considered and may be addressed in the accompanying Statement of Goals, if applicable.
. An interview may be required.
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University of Michigan Club of Grand Rapids ScholarshipCommunity$15,00002/09/18Address notedU of M. Must have applied and been accepted to the University of Michigan
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West Michigan Counseling Association Scholarship ApplicationCommunity3.00$75003/12/18CHS STU. Senior must be recommended by an active WMCA member (each member may nominate 1 student only - inform counselors of you interest by completed application by STU deadline listed)
. Must be accepted to an accredited post-Secondary training or educational program.
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IAT Swine Management Program ScholarshipNational$1,00001/19/18Address notedFFA. This unique program will focus primarily on those students who are interested in enrolling, or are currently enrolled, in the Michigan State University IAT Swine Management Program.
. Applicant must:
--> Submit the following items to the MPPA office by deadline noted.
--> Participate in an interview on Saturday, January 27, 2018, during the Green & White Show
--> Selection will be made by a panel of three judges chosen by MPPA, with the winners announced at the Green & White Show.
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Josten's Renaissance Scholarship ProgramNational$2,50003/15/18Online. Be from a school with a Jostens Renaissance Program.
. Have demonstrated solid academic performance and potential.
. Be high school seniors who plan to enroll in full-time undergraduate study at an accredited two-year or four-year college, university, or vocational-technical school for the entire upcoming academic year.
. Describe how they have participated in impacting their school's climate and culture using Jostens Renaissance activities and/or resources.
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Michigan FFA Alumni/ Michigan State University CANR/CVM ScholarshipNationalunknown05/01/18Email to address notedFFA. Must be FFA members
. Must be accepted by MSU and be enrolled in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources or the College of Veterinary Medicine as a freshman
. Must be from a chapter that has a state affiliated FFA Alumni Chapter
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Michigan State University 4-H ScholarshipNational$2,50011/01/17Address notedFFA. Must be a high school senior
. Must be enrolled in 4-H
. Must apply for admission to a 4-year program at MSU
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AAA School Safety Patrol ScholarshipState3.00$1,00005/11/18Address notedAAA Safety Patrol. Must be a graduating senior from school within AAA service area in Michigan
. 3.0 minimum GPA
. 21 minimum ACT or 950 minimum SAT
. Proof of AAA School Safety Patrol participation in Michigan
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Adventure Credit UnionState$1,00004/06/18OnlineACU Member. High school seniors bound for college or vocational schools who are members or are related to a member of Adventure Credit Union with membership affiliation of at least one year prior to application.
. Entry is by essay that explains the full meaning of the chosen topic.
. Scholarship entry is available online only.
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Alsame ScholarshipState2.50unknown03/30/18Address notedLatino/a or Hispanic ancestry. Be a high school senior
. Have a minimum cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.50
. Graduate from a high school in Michigan
. Latino/a or Hispanic ancestry
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American Legion Brewer ScholarshipState2.50$50001/08/18Address noted (Kent District Commander)YesRelation to a Veteran. Must be a Michigan resident attending high school or college
. Must be a son, daughter, grandchild or great-grandchild of a wartime veteran
. Must be planning to or are attending a nationally accredited college or university
. 2.5 minimum GPA
. Financial need
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American Legion Children of Warriors National Presidents’ ScholarshipState$5,00003/01/18Caledonia American LegionRelation to a Veteran. Must e a senior in high school
. Must complete 50 hours of volunteer service during his/her high school years
. Must be daughters, sons, grandsons, granddaughters, great-granddaughters, great-grandsons of veterans who served in the Armed Forces during eligibility dates for membership in The American Legion.
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American Legion Medical Career ScholarshipState$50003/15/18Address NotedYesRelation to a Veteran. Must be a resident of the State of Michigan, going into, or completing their senior year of high school and entering their first year of college
. Must be a son, daughter, grandchild or great-grandchild of a wartime veteran
. Applicant should be in the top quarter of their class
. Should be in need of assistance.
. Must be used at a school, college or other education institution in the State of Michigan
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American Legion Memorial ScholarshipState$50003/15/18Address NotedRelation to a Veteran. Must be a resident of the State of Michigan for one year preceding the date of the award
. Must be a daughters, granddaughters and great-granddaughters of a veteran who served during wartime.
. Applicant must be going into, or in her senior year of high school, or freshman/sophomore year of college but not over 21 years of age.
. Must be used at a school, college or other education institution in the State of Michigan
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American Legion Non-Traditional ScholarshipState$50004/01/18Address NotedRelation to a Veteran. Applicant must be a descendant of a veteran.
. Applicant must be one of the following:
--> A non-traditional student returning to the classroom after some period of time in which his/her formal education was interrupted.
--> A student over the age of twenty-two attending college for the first time pursuing a degree, or
--> A student over the age of twenty-two attending a vocational or trade school.
. Scholarship must be used within six months of the winner being notified.
. The money is to be applied toward expenses of tuition and books necessary to pursue study at any school, college or any other education institution in the State of Michigan.
. No Unit shall enter more than one candidate in the Department competition.
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Conference of Minority Transportation Officials (COTO) ScholarshipStateinfo not yet available
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Consumers Credit Union ScholarshipState3.00$50003/18/18OnlineCCU Member. Must be a full-time high school senior
. Must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher and an ACT score of 23 or a SAT score of 1150 or higher
. Applications are evaluated on academic achievement, community service and essay content.
. Must be an active member of Consumers Credit Union with his/her own account. Awards will be directly deposited into the student's account upon proof of membership and proof of enrollment.
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Credit Union ONE - William G. Coyne Memorial ScholarshipState3.00unknown04/01/18Address NotedCUO Member. Must be a 2018 graduating high school senior
. Must plan to enroll in, beginning in the fall of 2018, a full-time undergraduate course of study at an accredited two or four-year college or university, or accredited trade or vocational school
. Must be a member of a family that has belonged to Credit Union ONE of Michigan for a minimum of six months (in good standing)
3.0 minimum GPA
. Must complete 30 or more hours of documented, qualified community service during Junior/Senior year of high school ending April 1, 2018
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Greenstone Farm Credit Services ScholarshipState3.00$2,00003/02/18Address NotedFFA. Be a graduate of a Michigan high school
. Be an incoming MSU freshman
. 3.0 minimum GPA
. Demonstrate leadership skills and community involvement through activities such as FFA, 4-H, and other organizations
. Intend to have a career in production agriculture or agribusiness
. Select a major preference in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources
. Be familiar with GreenStone Farm Credit Services
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Hemophilia Foundation of Michigan ScholarshipState$2,50003/12/18Address notedBleeding Disorder in Immediate Family. Individuals within the bleeding disorders community who reside in the state of Michigan seeking a post-secondary education, which can include a community college, university, graduate level or trade school.
. This includes those with bleeding disorders (clotting disorders are not eligible for this scholarship) and immediate family members (parent, sibling, grandchild) of those with a bleeding disorder.
. Past applicants are eligible to re-apply.
. Relatives of HFM employees are not eligible for this scholarship
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John Alden Clark & Marie Mountain Clark ScholarshipState2.50$1,50005/20/18Address notedField of STEM, Physics, Aviation or Auronautics. Must be a full time high school student in their senior year of secondary education (public, private or home school).
. Must be in good standing at their current high school and have minimum of a 2.5 GPA on a 4 point scale.
. Must be accepted by a degree granting institution in Michigan (Michigan public and private institutions, trade schools, vocational schools, community colleges).
. Must be pursuing a major in math, science, physics, engineering, technology, aviation or aeronautics.
. Must be a U.S. and Michigan resident.
. Must submit two letters of recommendation:
--> One teacher recommendation.
--> One professional recommendation (work, volunteer activity, etc.)
. Must be enrolled full time at the institute of higher education.
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Kenley Farrel Memorial Scholarship (Michigan Mosquito Control Association)State2.50$1,00011/01/17Email to address noted. Must be a US citizen and a Michigan resident
. Must be a college-bound high school senior or a college undergraduate
. Must have a GPA of 2.5 or better
. Must not have received a previous Kenley Farrell Memorial Scholarship
. Must write an essay addressing, "What Action Plan Should be Implemented to Protect Michigan Residents from Zika Virus?"
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MACAC Maggie Miller ScholarshipState3.20$50004/01/18Address notedMay be considered. High School senior attending a MACAC member high school
. Must attend a MACAC member post-secondary institution
. GPA - 3.2 minimum
. Financial need may be a factor
. Essay
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Michigan 4-H Rabbit/Cavy ScholarshipState$1,00011/01/17Address NotedFFA. Those who will be enrolled in college in the Fall of 2018 and are still participating 4-H members, qualify.
. Must have been enrolled in a 4-H rabbit or cavy project for at least three years
. Must have financial need
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Michigan Association of Fairs & Exhibitions (MAFE) ScholarshipState$1,00010/01/17Address NotedFFA. Open to high school seniors or currently enrolled in an institution of advance learning such as a college, university or trade school. (If applicant is a high school senior they must have submitted an application to an advanced learning institution.)
. The scholarship can be used for any and all expenses related to the applicants’ continued education.
. The applicant must be involved in MAFE member organization and related industry for the prior 3 years.
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Michigan Boer Goat Association (MBGA) Farm GrantState$25011/01/17Address NotedFFA. Only one person per Farm may apply annually
. Open to all Farmers within Michigan
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