Scholarships of county 'Morgan' within Indiana
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Pat Bartram Memorial Scholarship
Providing scholarships for Morgan County students wishing to pursue a career in law enforcement. Giving limited to the Morgan County, IN, area.
Sergeant Dan Starnes Memorial Scholarship
Providing scholarships for Morgan County residents to study law enforcement. Giving limited to the residents of Morgan County, IN, area.
Dr. Norman E. Whitney Memorial Scholarship
Providing a scholarship for books and/or tuition for a resident of Morgan County, who is age 30 or over, and who is pursuing a medical career at a university or a vocational/technical school. Giving limited to the residents of Morgan County, IN, area.
Ann Haworth Scholarship
Providing annual scholarship awarded to an outstanding Martinsville High School student who is ranked in the upper one-fourth of the graduating class and who plans to attend an accredited college or university. The recipient must have participated in the Martinsville High School orchestra and/or choir during grades 10 through 12. Giving limited to the residents of Morgan County, IN, area.
Kendrick Foundation, Inc. Scholarships
The Kendrick Foundation, Inc. Scholarships will provide support for Morgan County residents who are pursuing a career in the health care field. The scholarships are for tuition only, up to a maximum of $15,000 per person per year after deducting other financial aid which also pays tuition. The program is open to all Morgan County, Indiana residents: * Who have graduated with a diploma from an Indiana high school or an equivalent education * Who have been accepted into a program at an accredited college, university, or other educational institution to complete a course of study in a health care field (including medicine, dentistry, allied health, and nursing) Note: If your desired degree program has a late acceptance date, go ahead and apply for the Kendrick Scholarship and note acceptance pending. Note: Acceptance into a pre-program such as pre-med or pre-pharmacy does not qualify for this scholarship program. The scholarship recipients are completely free to choose which educational institution they would like to attend, with preference being given to candidates who will attend Indiana schools. This scholarship requires a separate application. For more information and an application for the Kendrick Foundation, Inc. Scholarships, please visit their Web site at www.kendrickfoundation.org.