Scholarships awarded to Marshall High School graduating seniors who plan to attend a four-year institution or community college with the intent of completing a four-year degree. Applicants need to demonstrate initiative, positive personal characteristics and a strong work ethic. A minimum 3.0 GPA is required.
Committee Type: Marshall High School Only
Scholarships offered to Marshall High School graduating seniors only
A scholarship awarded to a student 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 students “blossom” despite difficulty learning. In the spirit …
A scholarship awarded to a Marshall Public School graduating senior who has chosen to seek a degree in creative studies, such as but not limited to, advertising, marketing, or design at a two- or four-year college or university. Financial Information and transcripts/scores may be a determining factor.
A scholarship awarded to a Marshall High School graduating senior seeking a degree at a two- or four-year institution as a full time student. Applicants should exhibit Nicole’s personal traits of persistence, a willingness to help others, a willingness to try and a love of the outdoors and life. GPA is not a determining factor.
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.
Scholarships awarded to Calhoun County residents seeking to further their education in natural resources or a related field at any Michigan college or university. Applicants may enroll at a two-year institution with plans to complete at a four-year institution. A minimum 2.5 GPA is required. Students who receive this scholarship are encouraged to apply for …
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 …
A scholarship awarded to a Marshall High School graduating senior with a demonstrated record of service to others and a desire to work in a field that includes community service as a major component. Priority will be given to applicants pursuing a degree that entails service to others, such as but not limited to, teaching, …
A scholarship awarded to a Marshall High School graduating senior who has chosen to attend a community college as a full-time student. Transcripts and scores are requested, but not necessarily a determining factor.
Scholarships awarded to Marshall High School graduating seniors who have experienced a major life loss or challenge and have overcome it or are persevering to overcome it. Applicants must demonstrate financial need and be pursuing a college, technical, or trade school degree. A minimum 2.0 GPA is required.
A $2,000 scholarship awarded to a Marshall High School graduating senior who is pursuing a mechanical or electrical engineering degree. Applicants must have four years of high school math through Algebra II. A minimum 3.0 GPA is required. Application obtained from High School Guidance Office; DO NOT use Marshall Community Foundation Scholarship Application.