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4645 Chandy Drive NE
Grand Rapids, Michigan
A) Applicant must be resident of Isabella County.
B) Applicant must be studying an agricultural related field.
C) Applicant must be enrolled in, or planning to attend, a trade school, community college or university.
D) Scholarships are awarded based on GPA, leadership and community activities as it relates to their field of study, and educational and career plans....
A) 4-H involvement at county, regional, state, national and international levels
B) Outstanding achievement in 4-H
C) Scholastic excellence
D) Broad range of 4-H experiences and project involvement
E) Leadership and citizenship contributions within and outside of 4-H
F) Financial need (applies to 4-H Rabbit/Cavy scholarship only)
Award amount: $2,500 annually for four consecutive years of full-time study...
The Michigan Competitive Scholarship is available to undergraduate students pursuing their first degree and is based on both financial need and merit. To be considered, a student must take the SAT (Class of 2017 and beyond) prior to entering college and achieve a qualifying score of at least 1200.
A) Student must provide their Social Security number to MI...
The Michigan Nurses Foundation was created in 2000 to advance nursing and nursing education by awarding scholarships and research grants and by providing financial aid for the treatment of recovering nurses. MNF is funded through private contributions and fundraising activities. A minimum of four $1,000 scholarships will be awarded this year.
The following are the minimum nursing scholarship eligibility criteria:...
Clarence L. Remynse, a native of Kalamazoo, was a graduate of Kalamazoo Central High School and Kalamazoo College. Upon graduation from Kalamazoo College, he stayed in Kalamazoo to eventually establish the Remynse Construction Company. Upon his death in 1989, a scholarship fund bearing his name was established at the Kalamazoo Community Foundation along with a legacy of education, hard work...
To be eligible for the Scholarship, the kid’s parent must have sustained a catastrophic injury or fatality in a Michigan work related accident covered by workers’ compensation. The parent’s injury or death must be compensable under Michigan Workers’ Compensation Law. There cannot be any dispute regarding the compensability of the parent’s injury/death.
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