Scholarships of county 'Holmes' within Ohio
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Achievement Scholarship - Holmes County Education Foundation
Established by anonymous donors to be awarded to students of high potential for success in their careers. Those eligible must be Holmes County residents pursuing the fields of teaching, engineering, science, nursing, or selected pre-med programs
Baserman-Irving Family Scholarship
Established by Mark and Jane Baserman to assist eligible students attending classes at either the Holmes County Higher Education Center in Millersburg or The University of Akron | Wayne College in Orrville. Shall be residents of Holmes County, Ohio.1 award of $500; Renewable.
Jennifer Bird-Duff Memorial Scholarship
In memory of Jennifer, a former West Holmes student athlete. Awarded to a West Holmes graduating senior who has participated in athletics and/or other extracurricular and service activities. 1 award of $500; Renewable.Shall be residents of Holmes County, Ohio.
Harold (H.T.) & Louise Blum Scholarship
Established in 2008 by their daughter, Beverly B. Schuler, to assist Holmes County residents having financial need. Preference will be given to a student exhibiting aptitude and creativity, entrepreneurial spirit, and leadership skills for becoming an effective contributor in his or her field of study and to society. Award amounts vary; Renewable.
In honor of Richard and Virginia Cary. Applicants must be Holmes County residents. 1 award of $500; Renewable.
Herbert and Corrinne Drushell Scholarship
Awarded to graduating seniors or adult students in the West Holmes school district pursuing the arts, which could include Literature, Drama, Music, Graphic Arts, Art, and Architecture. The scholarship was established by the daughter and grandchildren of Herbert and Corrinne. 1 award of $500; Renewable.Shall be residents of Holmes County, Ohio.
Donald C. Egger Memorial Scholarship
Established in 2006 by Elaine Egger Hand to honor her father and to assist Holmes County residents having financial need as they pursue their higher education goals. Those eligible for this scholarship must be Holmes County residents pursuing the field of teaching. 1 award of $500; Renewable.
Robert and Elsie Galley Educational Scholarship
Awarded to Holmes County students majoring in agriculture, horticulture, or ag-related programs. If no eligible candidates are found within these fields, selection will be based on the HCEF criteria. < 10 awards, $500 - $2,000; Renewable.Shall be residents of Holmes County, Ohio.
Graven Family Nursing Scholarship
Created by Richard and Jane Graven. Awarded to Holmes County students pursuing a career in nursing. 1 award of $500; Renewable.Shall be residents of Holmes County, Ohio.
Fred & Ollie Hoffman Scholarship
Created in 2008 by Donald and Gretchen Waltman in honor of Gretchen's parents. This scholarship will assist Holmes County residents who will be pursuing a degree in pharmacy or education, or attending Ohio Northern University. Award amounts vary; Renewable.
Holmes County Education Foundation Scholarship
Awarded primarily on the basis of financial need. Academic promise and other non-economic criteria also considered. Preference given to Holmes County, Ohio residents. May pursue any area of study and attend any accredited institution. Award amounts vary; Renewable.
Key Foundation Endowed Scholarship
Established in 2008 by the Key Foundation, a foundation funded by KeyCorp. This award will assist Holmes County residents demonstrating financial need as they pursue their higher educational goals in the field of business or finance. 1 award of $500; Renewable.
Master's Service Scholarship
Created by an anonymous donor, to be awarded to Holmes County, Ohio residents attending a Christian college such as Cedarville University, Liberty University, Moody Bible Institute, Mt. Vernon Nazarene University or Taylor University, and/or pursuing the fields of ministry, music, music therapy, or pharmacy. Award amounts vary; Renewable.
Warren McCulloch Memorial Scholarship
In memory of Warren, an avid horseback rider and well-respected businessman. Endowed by Reins of Hope, Therapeutic Riding Program, to be awarded to Holmes County students with financial need who are pursuing further education in an agricultural or equine-related field. Award amounts vary; Renewable.
Created by Richard & Betty McNutt. Applicants must be Holmes County residents demonstrating financial need. 1 award of $500; Renewable.
William H. Patten III Memorial Scholarship
In memory of Bill, former owner of Patten Drilling, Inc. Awarded to West Holmes graduating seniors majoring in education and/or business. 1 award of $500; Renewable.Shall be residents of Holmes County, Ohio.
Dr. Owen & Mildred Patterson Scholarship
Established in 2006 by the family and friends of Owen and Mildred in memory of Dr. Owen Patterson, a former Holmes County physician. With the passing of Mildred on February 23, 2009, additional funds are being donated in her name. Those eligible for this scholarship must be Holmes County residents pursuing advanced education and training. 1 award of $500; Renewable.
Raymond J. and Louella F. Patterson Scholarship for Teachers
The late Betty Lauber and her husband, Thomas, established this scholarship fund to memorialize Betty's parents, Raymond J. and Louella F. Patterson. The purpose of this program is to enhance the quality of education by helping teachers receive advanced training and develop additional skills that will improve their ability to work with students in the classroom. Note: separate application is necessary. Please see "Scholarship & Grant seekers -- "Scholarship info and application" for more info. Shall be residents of Holmes County, Ohio.
Judson & Beverly Schuler Scholarship
Awarded to Holmes County residents pursuing higher education. Preference will be given to those pursuing the fields of law, licensed practical nursing, or health-related fields. Award amounts vary; Renewable.
R. Dean & Jean A. Smith Scholarship
Designated for Amish students who are residents of Holmes County and who are pursuing further education beyond the 8th grade. Established in 2008 by the Smith Family. Awards will be presented annually and are limited to tuition and student fees. 1 award, $500; renewable.