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Private, foundation and association scholarships

American Association of Blacks in Energy (AABE)

Eligibility

  • Freshman with 2.5 GPA overall and a 3.0 GPA in mathematics and the sciences
  • Planning to major in engineering, mathematics, computer or the physical sciences
  • Demonstrate financial need
  • Be a member of one of the under represented minority groups in the sciences and technology

Awards

Varies, renewable

Contact

Student Financial Aid
Phone: (269) 387-6000

Berrien Community Foundation Dunn Scholarship

Contact

See Berrien Community Foundation website for other scholarships and information.

Berrien Community Foundation Dunn, Samaritan Counseling Center Volunteerism Scholarship

Contact

See Berrien Community Foundation website for other scholarships and information.

Berrien Community Foundation Howard Instrumental

Contact

See Berrien Community Foundation website for other scholarships and information.

Kalamazoo Promise

Contact

See complete details on the Kalamazoo Promise website

The Michigan Association of Retired School Personnel-Berrien County Chapter

Eligibility

This program is open to students who will be seniors in the field of education and will be student teaching during the upcoming school year.  The students must be graduates of a Berrien County high school and attending a Michigan college or university.  The candidates must have a “B” average.

Contact

Request the application by emailing buczwin@sbcglobal.net. For more information, see the MARSP-BCC website.link off site

Gail and Hilda Oster Scholarship

Contact

Access the online application via the Foundation's website at www.kalfound.org. link off site The deadline is March 31. Contact the Foundation for complete details, (269) 381-4416.

Perry, John W. Fund

Eligibility

The DRCNet Foundation, in association with Students for Sensible Drug Policy, is pleased to present the John W. Perry Fund, providing scholarships to students losing federal financial aid because of drug convictions.

Contact

Please visit www.RaiseYourVoice.com/perryfund/ to fill out a pre-application, complete a drug conviction worksheet, print an application form or brochure, or for further information.

The Fund can also be reached at perryfund@raiseyourvoice.com or by phone at (202) 362-0030.

Jeannette Rankin Foundation (JRF) Scholarship

Every year the Jeannette Rankin Foundation awards scholarships to women 35 years of age and older who, through undergraduate or vocational education, are seeking to better themselves, their families and their communities.

Contact

Deadline to apply is March 1. To find the exact income guidelines for this program or to apply, go to the Rankin Foundation's website.

Jeptha Wade Schureman Scholarship for Fatherless Children

This scholarship provides children who have lost their fathers because of death or loss of parental rights with a scholarship for use at one of the 15 public universities in Michigan.

Contact

Deadline to apply is June 1.

Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan link offsite
333 West Fort Street, Suite 2010
Detroit, Michigan 48226

 

Updated: 03/13/2014 10:52 AM

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