A scholarship awarded to a Marshall High School graduating senior, or previous MHS graduate, pursuing a career in Education at a two- or four-year institutions, or pursuing a post-graduate certification/degree in an educational “support personnel” field. Preference may be given to those expressing long-range interest in Special Educational-related services positions with a desire to help […]
Scholarships awarded to Marshall or Tekonsha High School graduating seniors or previous MHS/THS graduates who will be attending a four-year college or university and pursuing a degree in engineering (biomedical, electrical, chemical, civil or mechanical). Preference may be given to students pursuing a career in mechanical engineering. Volunteerism or participation in relevant activities and financial
To apply, click on the “more information” link below. A scholarship awarded to a Trine University student pursuing a degree in biomedical, chemical, civil, electrical or mechanical engineering. Preference may be given to students intending to pursue a career in mechanical engineering. Applicants must have a minimum grade point average of 3.0. Financial need and
The Don & Ruth Chadderdon Music Scholarship is awarded to Marshall High School instrumental music students, during high school or after graduation, seeking a career in teaching or performance, for music camps, seminars or summer programs in instrumental music, such as but not limited to the Interlochen Music Camp.
Scholarships awarded to Marshall High School graduating seniors or previous MHS graduates who can prove acceptance and enrollment to an accredited nursing program. A minimum 2.0 GPA is required. Students who receive this scholarship are encouraged to apply for further support in subsequent years.
To apply, click on the “more information” link below. Scholarships awarded to graduate students who are actively enrolled as a full time student in a Historic Preservation graduate program and have earned a minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.
The Clyde & Marian Connelly Music Scholarship is available to former graduates of Michigan high schools who are in their third through fifth year of college and can show continued education in music, with a preference given to those with a Music related major or minor. Applicants must submit proof of graduation from a Michigan
A scholarship awarded to Marshall-area graduating seniors or previous graduates pursuing a degree in the legal support services, such as but not limited to legal secretary, paralegal, legal clerk, legal assistant, compliance specialist or title examiner. GPA is not a determining factor, however, transcripts are requested. Students who receive this scholarship are encouraged to apply
Scholarships awarded to students who have received Jesus Christ as his/her Savior and are in good standing as a member of a local Christian church. Applicants must be pursuing a career as a Minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ or other full time ministry and show proof of enrollment to the following Christian colleges:
Scholarships awarded to Marshall High School graduating seniors or former MHS graduates who will be attending a four-year institution and major in fine arts, performing arts, theater or architecture. Preference may be given to applicants attending University of Michigan or Kalamazoo College. Applicants must demonstrate financial need, and have a minimum 3.0 GPA. Students who
Scholarships awarded to Marshall High School graduating seniors or previous MHS graduates pursuing higher education in business or accounting, teaching, law or medicine. Applicants should demonstrate financial need, and have a minimum 3.25 GPA
Scholarships awarded to female graduating seniors or previous graduates from Calhoun County and Olivet High Schools pursuing a college education in math or the sciences, with preference toward food science. Applicants must be enrolled in as a full- or part-time student at a two- or four-year college, with preference given toward those attending Alma College