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.
Marshall High School Only
Scholarships offered to Marshall High School graduating seniors only
Scholarships awarded to Marshall graduating seniors selected for the Marshall Exchange Club “Youth of the Month” Program, which begins in October and typically runs through March. Students and their selected guests are invited to attend a regularly scheduled club meeting to present an essay on a predetermined topic. The students are then judged upon academic
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
A scholarship awarded to a graduating senior residing in Calhoun County or graduating from a school within the CISD who is pursuing a career in law enforcement or as a corrections officer. Applicants must demonstrate a financial need, and be accepted to a Michigan college or university with an accredited Law Enforcement Program. GPA is
Scholarships awarded to Marshall High School or Coldwater High School graduating seniors planning to continue studies in visual arts at a four year college, community college or trade school. GPA is not a determining factor.
Scholarships awarded to Marshall High School graduating seniors who demonstrate a sense of school involvement by providing positive leadership for the students of Marshall High School. Recipients shall clearly demonstrate personal characteristics of honesty, integrity, sincerity, thoughtfulness and respectfulness.
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
Scholarships awarded to Marshall High School graduating seniors seeking a finance- or business-related degree at a two- or four-year Michigan-based college or university. Nominees will exhibit an exceptionally positive attitude, strong work ethic, and the ability to overcome obstacles while remaining optimistic. Nominations only: DO NOT submit a Marshall Community Foundation Scholarship Application.
A scholarship awarded to a student in Marshall, Olivet or the surrounding area, during school or upon graduation, seeking a degree in Performing Arts or for additional enrichment opportunities in performing arts. Applicants must demonstrate financial need. GPA is not a qualifying factor; however, transcripts and test scores are required. Students who receive this scholarship
A scholarship awarded to a graduating senior or previous graduate from Marshall, Olivet or the surrounding area seeking a career in engineering, manufacturing or industrial technologies with programs such as, but not limited to, architecture, construction, drafting, electronics, welding and/or other related technologies. Applicants must demonstrate financial need. GPA is not a qualifying factor; however,