MARSHALL, Mich.—In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Marshall Community Foundation is offering an additional, one-time Educators Enrichment Scholarship deadline of January 1.
Applications are available at marshallcf.org/receive/scholarships/. Applications can be submitted by qualified applicants, or a volunteer on behalf of a qualified applicant.For more information, please call (269)781-2273 or e-mail [email protected].
The Jacob Dannenberg Education Enrichment Scholarship provides support to Elementary School Educators whose job description under the Marshall Public Schools master contract is teacher, special teacher or counselor in the K-5 system. The award may be used to fund such things as: necessary classroom/additional materials; student participation in special field trips to exceptional exhibits or involvement in other educational experiences; guest faculty/speakers.
The Tom & Lucy Franke Enrichment Scholarship for Educators provides support to those whose job description under the Marshall Public Schools master contract is teacher, special teacher or counselor. The award may be used to fund such things as: creation of special units in science, math, the arts; necessary classroom/additional materials; student participation in special field trips to exceptional exhibits or involvement in other educationally sound experiences; guest faculty/speakers
The Marshall Music Fund provides support to educators whose job description under the Marshall Public Schools master contract is teacher, special teacher or counselor seeking to enhance music programs in Marshall Public Schools. The fund will: support all music fields, including instrumental, and vocal; support programming for 5-12 grade levels; support programs for up to one year; periodically augment Marshall Public School curriculum, but not as a standard practice.
The James and Linda Tarmnel Enrichment Scholarship provides assistance to Mar Lee Schools and Marshall Public Schools students grades K – 12 who exhibit financial need, to participate in academic, extra-curricular and co-curricular experiences within the schools. This scholarship is available only by nomination from the student’s teacher and/or other school personnel. Monetary awards not to exceed $100 and will be directed to the enrichment opportunity. This scholarship does not apply for fees such as playing sports, music instrument rental, or non-school sponsored programs/activities. Submissions are accepted all year.
The Marshall Community Foundation is a non-profit dedicated to improving quality of life in Marshall, and throughout Calhoun County. The Foundation holds permanently endowed funds from a range of donors, and serves as a conduit for special projects and the distribution of grants in support of innovative programs. For more information about the Foundation, visit www.marshallcf.org.