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Scholarships of county 'Oakland' within Michigan

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WIC-Detroit Ford Communications Excellence Schp

To be eligible for a WIC scholarship, students must: * Have a 3.0 minimum GPA * Be enrolled or intend to enroll full-time in a Michigan college or university * Be a communications or journalism major * Be a junior, senior, or graduate student in the fall * Be a permanent Michigan resident living in a Women in Communications of Detroit membership area (Genesee, Ingham, Livingston, Macomb, Oakland, Saginaw, St. Clair, Washtenaw, or Wayne County)

Lawrence S. Charfoos Charitable Foundation

Scholarship awards to students living in Detroit, MI, or the surrounding area, and enrolled in an accredited state school. Application form required. Initial approach: Letter Application address: 3000 Town Ctr. Southfield, MI 48075 tel.: (248) 358-3800

American Association of University Women Adult Education Scholarship

Criteria: Available to female Rochester Community Schools Adult Education students pursuing further education. Minimum 3.0 GPA, community service and leadership skills required. Award: $600 Background: Established by the Rochester AAUW to encourage young women in the pursuit of educational excellence. Applications should be either typed or printed in black ink. Applications in pencil will not be considered.

American Association of University Women (AAUW) Scholarships

Criteria: Two scholarships awarded to young women pursing higher education. Must have 3.0 GPA, record of community service, demonstrated leadership skill and/or extra-curricular activities. Available to Rochester, Adams and Stoney Creek seniors, Avondale School District or students residing in the Greater Rochester community are eligible for consideration. Award: $600 Background: Established by the Rochester AAUW to encourage young women in the pursuit of educational excellence. Applications should be either typed or printed in black ink. Applications in pencil will not be considered.

Avon Players Scholarship

Criteria: Available to Rochester, Adams and Stoney Creek seniors pursuing training in Theater Arts. Successful candidate must demonstrate involvement in Theater Arts during school career either school or community theater. Student must provide recommendation from someone who can evaluate his/her dramatic potential such as a teacher or member of community theater. Award: $500 Background: Funding for this scholarship comes from donations contributed in memory of longtime Avon Players supporter and past president, James McAfee and from the Avon Players. Applications should be either typed or printed in black ink. Applications in pencil will not be considered.

Marian Bordine Memorial Scholarship

Criteria: Available to Rochester, Adams and Stoney Creek or local college student pursuing a college program with major emphasis in horticulture, floriculture, landscape architecture or design, conservation, forestry, plant science, wildlife biology, agriculture technician, floral design or related fields of study. Award: To be determined Background: This scholarship was named in memory of Marian Bordine (1915-2006). Born in Detroit, Mrs. B worked with her husband Darrell to build the family business, Bordine Nursery. Over the years she was involved in every aspect of the family business, from tending crops, bookkeeping, buying and creating the Spring Catalog.

Cipa Family Fund Scholarship

Criteria: Students from various Northern Oakland and Southern Macomb Counties (including Rochester Community Schools, Avondale Schools and St. Basil Church Parish) pursuing college education. Must have desire for higher education, demonstrate financial need, commitment to self- improvement and demonstrate a strong work ethic. Award: $2,000 Background: The Cipa Family Foundation was established 1999, by Bernard Cipa upon his retirement to facilitate his personal charitable goals and those of his family. Applications should be either typed or printed in black ink. Applications in pencil will not be considered.

Monte and Morrel Clute Memorial for International Study Scholarship

Criteria: Available to Rochester, Adams and Stoney Creek, Avondale or Romeo High seniors pursuing international study. Student must have completed minimum of two year of foreign language. Award: $500 Biography: Monte Clute (1940-1995) was a former Avondale, Rochester and Waterford educator and administrator. He was an avid runner, traveler and accomplished photographer. Morrel Clute, his father was a Professor of Education at Wayne State University. Both men enjoyed travel throughout their lives and believed in its value for young adults. Applications should be either typed or printed in black ink. Applications in pencil will not be considered.

Brad Glass Memorial International Scholarship

Criteria: Available to Rochester, Adams and Stoney Creek seniors pursing international study. Student must have demonstrated high interest in world cultures and international affairs and attained a minimum 2.0 GPA. Scholarship may also be awarded for international travel through an approved international study program. Award: $1,000 Biography: Brad M. Glass (1974-1992) graduated from Adams High in 1992 and was an avid traveler and member of the Adams Global Village Project. He was a spirited young man with a keen sense of humor. He excelled in expository writing, enjoyed theater and the arts. Applications should be either typed or printed in black ink. Applications in pencil will not be considered.

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