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2022 Scholarship Application and 2022 Scholarship Information
 
Please read the following carefully: 

** The Scholarship Application is where you will be TYPING YOUR ANSWERS AND SUBMITTING to the Guidance Office. 
** The Scholarship Information document gives you a list of all of the available scholarships and their criteria. Please be sure to read over EACH scholarship to see which ones you qualify for BEFORE submitting your application. 
 
** IMPORTANT** 
When you click on the files they will automatically download. They are pdf files. In the Class of 2022 is a google doc version that you can save and type on.
 
** Please be sure to PROOFREAD before submitting, and please be as thorough as possible. You are welcome to stop by the Guidance Office anytime for help! 
 
NO LATE SCHOLARSHIP PACKETS WILL BE ACCEPTED!! 
 
  • Applicant must have been a Credit Union member before Dec. 31, 2021.
  • Applicant must be a graduating high school senior.
  • Applicant must have achieved a minimum 2.5 Grade Point Average.
  • Applicant must have two written recommendations from non-relatives, only ONE can be from school personnel.
  • Completed applications must include an official transcript of your grades.
  • Applicant must provide proof of acceptance into a community college, university or trade school.
  • Applicant must write an essay on "How do you think COVID 19 has impacted student learning for all ages?"
  • (The essay should be between 300 - 500 words, typed/double spaced, and include correct grammar, spelling, and punctuation.)
 
Deadline is March 31, 2022
** Available only to high school seniors who are plan to attend any Michigan accredited college, university, or trade school in the Fall of 2022 **
 
1. Applicant must be a Michigan resident.
 
2. Must be a direct descendant (child, step-child, grandchild or great-grandchild) of an honorably discharged veteran or active duty service member. Applicant must provide a copy of parent's, grandparent's, or great grandparent's discharge papers (DD-214 or equivalent) showing entry and discharge dates from honorable active military service. Eligible service dates are December 7, 1941 to present date. Please black out any social security number on the discharge papers. For descendants of active duty military servicemembers, a copy of the servicemembers current military identification card is required.
 
3. Applicant is required to have a G.P.A. of 2.5 or higher and must provide a copy of their most recent transcript of grades signed by a school official. (A school official can be a teacher, counselor, or principal)
 
4. Applicant must have a financial need for the scholarship. Applicant is required to provide a copy of the parent's most recently filed Federal Tax Form 1040 (both sides of the form are needed showing adjusted gross income and signature). If the applicant filed a Federal Tax Form 1040 and is 100% independent from parent's income, the applicant needs to provide a copy of their own Federal Tax Form 1040. Please black out any social security number on required tax forms.
** Available to high school seniors who plan to attend any nationally accredited college, university or trade school in the Fall of 2022 **
 
1. Applicant must be a Michigan resident.
 
2. Must be a direct descendant (child, step-child, grandchild or great-grandchild) of an honorably discharged veteran or active duty service member. Applicant must provide a copy of parent's, grandparent's, or great grandparent's discharge papers (DD-214 or equivalent) showing entry and discharge dates from honorable active military service. Eligible service dates are December 7, 1941 to present date. Please black out any social security number on the discharge papers. For descendants of active duty military servicemembers, a copy of the servicemembers current military identification card is required.
 
3. Applicant is required to have a G.P.A. of 2.5 or higher and must provide a copy of their most recent transcript of grades signed by a school official. (A school official can be a teacher, counselor, or principal)
 
4. Applicant must have a financial need for the scholarship. Applicant is required to provide a copy of the parent's most recently filed Federal Tax Form 1040 (both sides of the form are needed showing adjusted gross income and signature). If the applicant filed a Federal Tax Form 1040 and is 100% independent from parent's income, the applicant needs to provide a copy of their own Federal Tax Form 1040. Please black out any social security number on required tax forms.
All applicants 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 (i.e. a student in Texas must be a member or child of a member to be eligible). LMCU employees, immediate family members of LMCU employees, directors, and officers are not eligible. All applicants must be high school seniors, including home school students, and plan to enter a trade school, college, or university in the next academic year. Recipients must submit evidence of acceptance and enrollment in an accredited trade school, college, or university before payment will be made.

ESSAY - Tell us about the YOU of today and what we can expect to see in the YOU of tomorrow.
(Note that if the official format guidelines are not followed, it could lead to ineligibility.)
  • Length: 750-1500 words
  • Essay must be typed
  • Essay must be double spaced
  • Do not include your name or school name in the essay. Include only the initials of your first, middle, last name on the top right corner of each page of the essay
  • Essay must have a title
  • Essay must be saved as Adobe Acrobat PDF (.pdf)
 

The Scholarship: The amount and number of scholarships offered each year shall be determined by the trustees of the MEA Scholarship Fund. Such scholarships may be offered on a renewal basis limited to four times in a five-year period.

Method of Application

Eligible students seeking the scholarship please complete the application form online at https://mea.org/mea-scholarship/

Deadline is February 17, 2022

 

Eligibility Criteria

  • Dependent of 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. (Diploma must be received in the year of application.)
  • 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).
  • The scholarship will not be awarded for the purpose of working on a post-baccalaureate degree.

Selection Criteria

Priority is given on the basis of:

  • Academic achievement
  • Extra-curricular activities
  • School and community service

In addition:

  • Scholarship determination will be made strictly on the merit of the applicant’s performance against the above criteria. The selection and award of scholarships is a nondiscriminatory process.
  • MEA Scholarships will be awarded by the trustees of the MEA Scholarship Fund. This body is composed of MEA members and persons appointed from the general public. The fund is financed through the voluntary contributions of the members, staff and friends of the Michigan Education Association.

 

 

The applicant must meet the following requirements:
1. Be a graduating senior of Presque Isle, Alpena, Cheboygan or Emmet Counties
2. Parent or child must be a member of the Calcite Credit Union a minimum of 1 year.
3. Enroll in a full-time college program subsequent to high school graduation
4. Child must become a member before scholarship is disbursed.

The applicant must also provide the following:
1. A one-page biographical summary of your background, organizations, interests, goals, and
dreams.
2. A copy of your high school transcript
3. Two teacher recommendations
4. One other outside recommendation (employer, church, etc.)
 
Due Date: April 1, 2022 at 5:00 p.m.
 
Paper copies of the application are available in the Guidance Office or in Google Classroom, Class of 2022.
 
 
Scholarship Eligibility
➢ The recipient must be a graduating senior and a legal dependent of a
PIE&G member or residing with a PIE&G member for at least 12
months prior to applying for the scholarship.
➢ Applicant must plan to be a full-time college student (for purposes of
this scholarship award, full time is 12 credit hours per semester/term).
➢ Scholarships are limited to accredited colleges or universities located
in Michigan.

General Information
➢ All applications must be received by the Communities First Fund by
March 1st.
➢ Applications will be reviewed and awarded by the Fund’s board of
directors at its discretion.
➢ Preference will be given to high school students who have attained a
GPA (grade point average) of 2.8 or greater and can demonstrate a
need for financial assistance from the Fund.
➢ Completed applications must include a high school transcript.
➢ Three character references should be included with your application.
➢ The school year referenced in your application is July 1 to June 30.
➢ Finalists may be required to appear for a personal interview.
➢ This scholarship may be granted in addition to other financial
assistance provided the applicant.
➢ The Fund will award a minimum of one scholarship per year.
➢ The scholarship is limited to $1,000 per school year and payable
upon proof of successful completion of first term, i.e. the Fund
receiving a transcript showing full-time status (minimum of 12 credits)
and a GPA of 2.5.
➢ Payment will be made to the College on the recipient’s behalf.
➢ Scholarship will be awarded by June 1.
 
Paper copies of the application are available in the Guidance Office or in Google Classroom, Class of 2022
.
 

Scholarship Eligibility

The recipient must be a graduating senior and a legal dependent of a PIE&G member or residing with a PIE&G member for at least 12  months prior to applying for the scholarship. 

Scholarship is limited to accredited vocational, academy, trade  school, or community college located in Michigan. 

General Information 

All applications must be received by the Fund by March 1st. 

Applications will be reviewed and awarded by the Fund’s board of  directors at its discretion. 

Preference will be given to high school students who have attained a  GPA of 2.0 or greater and can demonstrate a need for financial assistance. 

The scholarship will pay for tuition or supplies for the student,  excluding room and board. 

The scholarship is limited to $500 for the first year of school and payable to the school on behalf of the recipient upon proof of successful completion of first term, i.e. the Fund receiving a transcript showing active status and acceptable grade standards. Scholarship is  nonrenewable. 

Completed applications must include a high school transcript. Three character references should be included with your application. The school year referenced in your application is July 1 to June 30. Finalists may be required to appear for a personal interview. 

This scholarship may be granted in addition to other financial  assistance provided the applicant. 

The Fund will award a minimum of one scholarship per year. Scholarship will be awarded by June 1.

 

Paper copies of the application are available in the Guidance Office or in Google Classroom, Class of 2022.

Scholarship Eligibility  

The recipient must be a graduating senior and a legal dependent of a  PIE&G member or residing with a PIE&G member for at least 12 months prior to applying for the scholarship.    

Applicant must plan to be a full-time college student (for purposes of  this scholarship award, full time is 12 credit hours per semester/term).  

Scholarships are limited to accredited colleges or universities located  in Michigan.  

General Information  

All applications must be received by the Communities First Fund by  March 1st.  

Applications will be reviewed and awarded by the Fund’s board of  directors at its discretion.  

Preference will be given to high school students who have attained a  GPA (grade point average) of 2.8 or greater and can demonstrate a need for financial assistance from the Fund.  

Completed applications must include a high school transcript.  Three character references should be included with your application.  The school year referenced in your application is July 1 to June 30.  Finalists may be required to appear for a personal interview.  

This scholarship may be granted in addition to other financial  assistance provided the applicant.  

The Fund will award a minimum of one scholarship per year.  

The scholarship is limited to $500 per school year and payable upon proof of successful completion of first term, i.e. the Fund  receiving a transcript showing full-time status (minimum of 12 credits) and a GPA of 2.5.  

Payment will be made to the College on the recipient’s behalf.  

  

Scholarship will be awarded by June 1. 
 
Paper copies of the application are available in the Guidance Office or in Google Classroom, Class of 2022.
Eligibility
1. Special preference is given to Farm Bureau members and students going into an agricultural related program.
2. Applicants may use scholarship for attending college of their choice, including community colleges and trade schools.
3. The scholarship check will be paid to the order of the student.
4. There is no limit to the number of times a student can apply or receive the scholarship.
5. Should school semester or term not be completed any reason other than illness, the money shall be returned.
6. Applications must be received by April 15, 2022.
7. Notification will be made as soon as a decision is made.
 
Value - $500.00
Application Deadline - 4/15/2022
 
The Charlevoix County Community Foundation (C3F) offers scholarships to help area students with financial responsibilities associated with higher education. Most scholarships offered through the C3F are for graduating seniors (primarily graduating from a Charlevoix County school) as they pursue higher education, however a few opportunities exist for those in neighboring counties or for those already in a post-secondary program and continuing in a specific field of study. To see all opportunities and deadlines that apply, see the lists in the link below.
 
 
For additional descriptions and details about each scholarships eligibility requirements, follow the "Apply Now" link and then select the "Scholarship" tab on the left side. By filling out the initial application, the system will filter the scholarships that you may be eligible for, should you complete all of the requirements.
 
Deadline is Tuesday -March 1, 2022

GreenStone Farm Credit Services is once again awarding up to $40,000 to incoming college freshmen pursuing a degree in an agriculture-related field.  

Students attending a four-year college program can earn a $2,000 scholarship, while $1,000 awards will go to selected students attending a two-year agricultural college program.  

 

The deadline to apply is Monday, Feb. 28.