IHS Scholarship List
UT Judith Herb College of Education Scholarship Multiple Scholarships Due: 12-1-19
Ida Students Only Steffen Scholarship $500 Due 2-15-2020
MEA Scholarship Multiple Amounts Due:2-20-20
MEA Scholarship Eligibility Criteria
Dependent of an MEA member or MEA-Retired member in good standing
Graduate of a Michigan public high school or private high school that has an MEA bargaining unit.
§ Will attend or is currently an undergraduate student of a Michigan public community/junior college, four-year degree-granting institution, or vocational training institution that grants a degree, certification or license. Those attending the following private institutions ONLY are also eligible: Baker College-Flint/Owosso; University of Detroit–Mercy; Adrian College; Finlandia University; and Albion College. (The aforementioned private institutions are existing local MEA affiliates.)
§ Note: Children of MEA officers, fund trustees, and MEA staff are not eligible.
(A child of an MEA, MESSA or MEA-FS staff person is eligible if the other parent is an MEA member in good standing).
Priority is given on the basis of:
School and community service
Last year, MEA awarded 46 scholarships totaling $53,300 ($1,550 scholarships to 22 new winners and $800 scholarships to 24 returning college students). We have not yet determined the number and amount of scholarships for 2020.
The application deadline is Thursday, February 20, 2020 – this is the date that applications need to be received by MEA. A postmark does not constitute being received. Faxed or emailed applications are not allowed. No applications will be accepted after the deadline.
University of Michigan Club of Greater Detroit Scholarships Multiple Scholarships $3,500 each Due: 1-17-20
If you would like to apply for a scholarship, please read the important eligibility and deadline information below: Application
For Incoming Freshman to the University of Michigan
ACT: Minimum score of 31 OR
SAT: Minimum score of 1430
Top 1% of your graduating class
(Must meet 1 of the 3 criteria)
Toledo Community Foundation Scholarship
Toledo Community Foundation Scholarship Opportunities
IMPORTANT - GENERAL INFORMATION
Through the generosity of many individuals, families and businesses, scholarships are awarded on an annual basis from philanthropic funds which have been established with Toledo Community Foundation. These awards assist local students in their pursuit of higher education.
Toledo Community Foundation manages more than 200 scholarship funds. Although we offer scholarships from more than 200 individual funds, those listed below represent only the scholarships for which Toledo Community Foundation is the contact for making application. Other scholarships offered through the Foundation are administered at the school level, so be sure to check with your guidance counselor/college advisor to see if there are any other scholarships available to you through your high school.
All applications must be made online with the exception of the BCSN Scholar of the Month (which is handled at the school level and submitted by the Guidance Counselors). It is important for applicants to plan ahead, as attachments to the online applications need to be a part of the application at the time of submission. No hard copies will be accepted. Applications, including all required attachments, must be received by midnight of the application deadline date in order to be considered. Application due dates are provided with each individual scholarship (named below).
To qualify for a scholarship from Toledo Community Foundation, the school you attend must be an accredited nonprofit institution.
If you are a finalist for a scholarship that has financial need as a consideration and are invited to interview with the Scholarship Advisory Committee, you are asked to complete a Scholarship Interviewee Budget Form for your college of choice. This form will provide your total financial picture and aid the Committee in their decision. Please bring the completed form with you to your interview.
Are you a Toledo Community Foundation scholarship recipient, and looking for information about reporting requirements or how to renew your scholarship? Click here.
Fillable PDF forms for scholarship recipients:
Educational Institution Contact Form - Spring (for those notified of their scholarships in March-May)
Educational Institution Contact Form - Owens Corning Employees (US and Outside US except Mexico)
Educational Institution Contact Form - Owens Corning Employees Mexico Only
Educational Institution Contact Form - Summer (for those notified of their scholarships in June-July)
Questions can be directed to: Toni Shoola, TCF Scholarship Officer, via email or call 419.241.5049.
Robert W. Wohlgamuth Memorial Scholarship $2500 Due: 3-30-2020
Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan Multiple Scholarship Due: 2-15-20
THE PROCESS Website
The registration and application periods are open beginning Friday, November 15.
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All scholarship funds directly managed by the Community Foundation have one, common online application process. All you need to do is submit one application through our online application portal and you will be considered by all scholarship funds.
Here are some dates to keep in mind:
November 15: The registration portal and application forms go live! After registering, you can begin to draft your online application.
February 15: Registration deadline!
March 15: Application deadline!
March to June: All applications will be reviewed during this time, a determination will be made as to the winners, and all applicants will be notified whether or not they have received a scholarship.
Register for the Scholarship Portal
Before you can start your application, you must first register in our scholarship portal.
Registration is quick and easy and will give you the chance to build one application that will be applied to all of our scholarship funds.
The deadline to register for the scholarship portal is February 15, 2019.
June: If you are selected for a scholarship, you must submit your college choice forms to us at this time so we know where to direct your scholarships.
July to August: Awards will be sent to schools once college choice forms are received.
Additionally, there are some scholarship funds managed directly by schools. The majority of those have March 15 deadlines and are awarded on a similar timeline. Information regarding which schools have such programs can be found in the Apply section further down on this page.
Online Scholarship Applications
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Our online application makes applying for one of our scholarships easy. You must register for our scholarship portal before you apply!
By filling out one application form, you will be considered by all of our scholarship funds.
Start your application!
School-Based Scholarship Applications
To apply to any of the school-based scholarship programs, you simply need to visit the guidance counselor in the school district of the program. Participating schools include:
Bloomfield Hills High School – Robert C. J. Traub Memorial Scholarship Travel Fund
Chelsea High School – For the Robert L. Daniels, George Palmer, and Brewster E. and Emily C. Peabody Scholarships
Chippewa Valley High School – Sanford W. and Elaine E. Feig
Cornerstone Schools – For the Renaissance of Values Scholarship
Dearborn Public Schools District – Charles Lomas Memorial Scholarship
Divine Child High School – For the Monsignor Herbert Weier Scholarship
Everest Academy – For the Renaissance of Values Scholarship
Ferndale High School – Lorraine Giles Scholarship
Fowlerville High School – For the Imelda “Mel” and Ralph Lemar Scholarship
Gaylord High School – Cheryl Wojtas Memorial Scholarship
Howell High School – Beta Sigma Phi Iota, Cary Baldwin, and Bernie Gibbons Memorial Scholarships
L’Anse Creuse High School – Sanford W. and Elaine E. Feig
Mason High School – Reighard Family Memorial Scholarship
Mt. Clemens High School – Sanford W. and Elaine E. Feig
North Farmington High School – For the Dick DePaolis Memorial Scholarship
Port Huron Area Schools – Cheryl Wojtas Memorial Scholarship
Whitmer High School (Toledo, OH) – Reighard Family Memorial Scholarship
SCHOLARSHIP FAQ'S & RESOURCES
For School-Based Scholarship Programs Only:
Below is a list of forms for the school-based scholarships for use by the students and guidance counselors in the schools that offer them directly. Simply click on the name to download a PDF of the form:
Common Application Form: This form is used for any of our school-based programs.
Recommender Form: This form is an optional template for our school-based programs to use.
Renewal Application Form: This form is used by former school-based program awardees who are now applying for additional support, as allowed by some of the scholarship programs.
Special Forms for Renaissance of Values Fund Only:
Cornerstone Application Form: This is for eighth graders at Cornerstone School who want to apply for funding for private, accredited high schools.
Everest Application Form: This is for eighth graders at Everest Academy who want to apply for funding for private, accredited high schools.
Financial Aid Form: This form is for both Cornerstone and Everest applicants to complete for inclusion with their applications.
The following scholarships were submitted to the high school.
Prudential Spirit of Community Award Due 11-5-2019
Dirk Derrick Car & Truck Accident Injury Scholarship Due 12-15-2019 $1,000
Flower Delivery Reviews Due 12-31-2019 $1,000
https://phentermineclinics.net/scholarship/ Due: 12-31-19 $1,000
The Heer Law Entrepreneurship Scholarship Due 12-31-2019 $2,000
SeniorCare.com Due: 5-15-2020 $1,500
Caring.com Scholarships Varies Varies
https://www.supermoney.com/scholarship Due: 12-31-2019 $2,500
College Board Opportunity Scholarships Varies $500-$40,000
Zip Recruiter Scholarship Due: 6-30-18 $3,000
Blacknote Scholarship Due: 7-31-18 $2,000
OPPU Achievers Due: 6-30-18 $2,500
Educator Scholarship Due: 8-31-18 $2,400
Redfin Scholarship Due 7-31-18 $2,500
Fire-Free Speech Essay Contest 11th & 12th Grades Due 12-31-2018 $10,000
CrazyGames $1,500 Worldwide Student Scholarship Due: 12-31-2018 $1,500
OpenWater Scholarship Due: 12-31-2018 $1,500
WACE National CO-OP Scholarship Program Due: 11-15-2018 thru 2-15-2019
Flavorable Futures Due 2-15-19 $5,000
We the Students Essay Contest Due: 02-15-2019 $20,000
Pureland Supply Vocational and Skilled Trade Scholarship Due: 6-1-2019 $1,000
A-1 Auto Transport Scholarship Due: 03-10-2019 $1,000
Scholarship for Working Students Due: 04-15-2019 $1,000
Projectorlamps.com Entrepreneurial Scholarship Due: 6-1-2019 $1,000
2019 Hammett, Bellin & Oswald Law & Justice Scholarship Due 5-31-19 $750
Mike Rowe Works Scholarship Due 3-28-19 Varies
Practice Reasoning Scholarship Due 8-31-19 $1,000
Wikijob Student Scholarship Due: 8-31-19 $500
Michigan Elks Association Gold Key Scholarship $2,000 Due: 12-1-2019
Michigan Elks Associations Gold Key Due: 12-1-2019
MHSAA-Farm Bureau Insurance Scholar-Athlete Award $1000 Due: 12-6-2019
2019-20 MHSAA-Farm Bureau Insurance Scholar-Athlete Award
2019-20 marks the 31st year Farm Bureau Insurance has sponsored the MHSAA’s Scholar-Athlete Award. Since the beginning of the sponsorship, Farm Bureau Insurance has awarded $800,000 in Scholar-Athlete awards. This year, 32 $1,000 scholarships will be available to high school seniors who meet the eligibility requirements listed below.
Enrollment - Student must be enrolled and participating in interscholastic athletics at an MHSAA member school.
Senior Status - Student must be a senior graduating during the 2019-20 school year.
Varsity Letter - Student must have prior to senior year won a varsity letter in a sport in which the MHSAA sponsors a post-season tournament.
3.50 GPA - Student must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of at least 3.5 on a 4.0 scale. You may not round up a 3.4x grade point average for the purposes of qualifying.
Application Sections, Scoring & Helpful Hints:
Essay (40%): Be creative in telling the judges why sportsmanship is important to educational athletics. VERY IMPORTANT: the judges will be reading dozens of essays - make yours stand out! Tell the judges a personal story about sportsmanship; don't give them the Webster's definition of sportsmanship.
Extra-Curricular Activities Form (30%): Focus on significant leadership experiences and significant athletic achievements and academic awards won. Judges are looking for quality of experiences, not quantity of experiences.
Short-Answer Questions (20%): Use this space to tell us more about how you've personally benefited by staying active – both with school sports and with outside school activities. These are not throw-away questions, consider them mini-essays.
Letters of Recommendation (10%): Approach coaches, teachers, school administrators, youth group leaders or others in your community to have them write recommendation letters so the judges can learn a little bit more about you.
Please contact your Athletic Director for the Access Code to begin the application process.
If you have questions, please contact Paige Winne at firstname.lastname@example.org or (517) 332-5046 ext. 140.