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Deadline:
April 21
To recognize students in the Detroit Metropolitan area who have maintained good standing academically and who have overcome personal challenges to graduate from high school and go on to an institution of higher learning. High school students who will be graduating from a public, parochial, private or charter high school in Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties. Students who have been accepted into a four year university or college or a two year community college program and have provided a letter of acceptance for enrollment. Students who have a grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 or higher. Students who live in the greater Metropolitan Detroit area and surrounding communities. Students who have been recommended by their school counselor, principal, teacher, minister or community leader.
Contact:
The Michigan Youth Appreciation Foundation 27700 Hoover Rd Warren, MI 48093 Phone: (586) 393-8801 Fax: (586) 393-8804 www.metrodetroityouthday.org
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Deadline:
April 22
Must be a U.S. citizen or Permanent Resident. Must be of Yemeni heritage. Be accepted into a four-year university program or a community college. Minimum 3.0 GPA High School or 3.5 GPA College. Must attend National AAYSP Conference.
Contact:
The American Association of Yemeni Scientists and Professionals Website: www.aaysp.org
Amount:
$1000-$2000
Awards:
3
Deadline:
Apr 26
Each year, Michigan Sugar Company offers young women an opportunity to represent the company and industry by serving as the Michigan Sugar Queen and Court. At the Michigan Sugar Festival held in Sebewaing in June of each year, a new Michigan Sugar Queen is crowned and given a $2,000 scholarship. Two court attendants are also crowned and each of them receives a $1,000 scholarship. Contestants must be between the ages of 18 and 23 and have lived at least one year in one of the 20 counties in the state of Michigan in which sugarbeets are grown. A general knowledge of the sugarbeet industry and Michigan Sugar Company also is required.
Contact:
Any questions regarding this scholarship should be directed to Rob Clark at Michigan Sugar, (989) 686-0161. https://www.michigansugar.com/community/sugar-queen/
Amount:
$1000
Awards:
Varies
Deadline:
April 27th
The recipient of the Dakota Pequeno Memorial Scholarship will be a student who has shown perseverance in eliminating obstacles that epilepsy and seizures may present, courage in dealing with epilepsy/seizures, community involvement, and commitment to their education. Eligibility Requirements: Must have a diagnosis of epilepsy/seizure disorder and confirmed by a letter from a physician. Must be a high school senior or a high school graduate between the ages of 17-25. Must live in Michigan. For applicants going to school out-of-state, your permanent address must be located in Michigan. Must provide proof of acceptance to a post-secondary academic or vocational program. Must submit a completed application and one letter of recommendation, preferably from an educator. Write a short essay regarding epilepsy.
Contact:
Phone: Toll Free (800) 377-6226 (248) 351-7979 Mail: Main Office Southfield Office: Epilepsy Foundation of Michigan 25200 Telegraph Road Suite 110 Southfield, MI 48033 www.epilepsymichigan.org/page.php?id=223
Amount:
$3000
Awards:
Up to 30
Deadline:
April 30
This program supports medical and doctoral students in Michigan who aim to improve health care within the state. Past successes within this program have included applied research, pilot programs, demonstrations and evaluation projects. The award offers a $3,000 stipend for projects. Eligibility We welcome applications from students enrolled at any of Michigan's accredited universities. You are ineligible if: Your project is mostly complete when you apply. You have received this award before. You are a Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan employee, or you have a family member who is a BCBSM employee. Your proposed project involves any research involving non-human subjects.
Contact:
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Michigan Foundation 600 Lafayette East, X 520 Detroit, MI 48226 Phone: 313-225-8706 Fax: (313) 225-7730 or e-mail: Award Program Officer ehoxsie@bcbsm.com Website: www.bcbsm.com
Amount:
$500
Awards:
Varies
Deadline:
April 30
Open to all first and second year veterinary technology students in the state of Michigan. Must be a current member of MAVT. Applicant must submit a 500 word essay on topic. Please see website for essay topic.
Contact:
Michigan Association of Veterinary Technicians (MAVT) 2144 Commons Pky. Okemos, MI 48854-3986 e-mail: secretary@mavt.us website: www.mavt.us
Amount:
$1000 initial scholarship, can be renewed for a total of $2000
Awards:
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Deadline:
May 1
Open to high school seniors who are pursuing a degree in education. Open to students who have a federal minority ethnic status of one of the following: Native American, Asian or Pacific Islander, Hispanic or Non-Hispanic Black. Minimum 2.8 GPA and admission to college program required. Personal essay and letters of recommendation are to be included with application.
Contact:
Website: www.maspa.org
Amount:
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Deadline:
May 1
The Providence Nurses Alumni Association has two Scholarships that are given annually. The Sybil Cunningham Bredin Scholarship and the Regina Chilinski Tomko Scholarship. Applicants for the Sybil Cunningham Bredin Scholarship must be graduates of the Providence Hospital Nursing School, Family members of a graduate or a faculty member. Must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale and have one full year remaining. For the Regina Chilinski Tomko Scholarship, applicants must be enrolled in an accredited school of nursing in the State of Michigan and have an acceptable GPA for that school.
Contact:
PHNAA Scholarship Committee c/o Mary Czajka 3215 Lockwood Detroit, MI 48210 Website: www.michigancenterfornursing.com
Amount:
$1000
Awards:
4
Deadline:
May 11
All applicants must be a graduating high school senior from a public or parochial high school or private preparatory school within AAA %u2013 The Auto Club Group service area in Michigan. This includes reasonable and non-discriminatory rules and regulations as developed by the Committee and accepted by an institution of higher learning.
Contact:
Send submissions to: Electronically (preferred method via scan/email): Scholarships@AAAMichigan.com or Mail: AAA Public Affairs Department Scholarship Applications 1 Auto Club Drive Dearborn, MI 48126 Questions/comments: Scholarships@AAAMichigan.com
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Deadline:
May 11
1. Must be of Arab/Chaldean descent. 2. Must be a Michigan resident. 3. Must be a graduating high school senior. 4. Must have a 3.0 GPA or higher 5. Must provide copy of current academic transcript. 6. Must provide proof of acceptance into a university or college. 7. Must provide a copy of parents current income tax returns. 8. Must submit two letters of recommendation from a teacher, counselor, or other school professional.
Contact:
ACC Administrative Offices 363 W. Big Beaver Road, Suite Troy, MI 48084 (248) 559-1990 www.myacc.org