Scholarships of county 'Mecosta' within Michigan
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Jacob and Gertrude VanDyke Scholarship
Criteria:Must be accepted at an accredited college or university, community college or technical/trade program and in a health career field.Must also be: * Residents of Mecosta County, Michigan or * Students in a Mecosta County school district for at least two (2) years, or * Students in Mecosta Osceola Intermediate School District (MOISD) Career Center, Health Occupations program or Math/Science Technology program (regardless of county of residency) * Interested in contributing to the future health care needs of Mecosta County * Have realistic career goals for a career in the health field as well as a plan for achieving these goals * Academic achievement * Financial need when that can be determined * Transcript of current high school or college grades to the application
Alice Stephenson Schuberg Scholarship
Criteria: * Must be a graduating high school senior, current college student or continuing education student who has graduated from a Mecosta County high school pursuing a career in education and attending Ferris State University * Intend to pursue a career in the Mecosta County area after graduation * Have realistic goals and plan to achieve them * Demonstrate academic achievement and experience in chosen/related field with grade point meeting the standards set by the program the student desires to pursue * Be a graduate from a Mecosta County high school * Must attach a copy of transcript of current high school or college grades to application
Horticulture and Technology Scholarship
One (1) non-renewable scholarship of $500 to a current FSU student or Mecosta County graduating high school senior.Criteria:Mecosta County High School Students: * Planning to attend FSU College of Technology or Horticulture programs * High School GPA of 2.75 or better (based on a 4.0 scale) * School/Community Service * Extra Curricular Activities * Leadership Roles * Financial information is required, but will not be the final determinant in awarding a scholarshipFerris State University Students: * Enrollment in Ferris State University’s College of Technology * Minimum GPA of 2.75 or better (based on a 4.0 scale) * Financial information is required, but will not be the final determinant in awarding a scholarship