The Community Foundation is pleased to announce up to $46,000 in scholarship grant awards available from various charitable scholarship endowments. Applicants should use the application now available online at www.dccommunityfoundation.org. Paper applications are no longer being used.
To access the scholarship application, log on to the website, click on the SCHOLARSHIPS button on the right side of the home page and then the 2014 Scholarship Application . Deadline for application submission is 4:00 p.m. on March 1, 2014.
Student eligibility for scholarship consideration is determined by his or her respective high school (they are graduating from or have graduated from) and the specific criteria of each scholarship.
Scholarships are available to graduating Seniors of all Dubois County High Schools include:
Doris A. Ackerman and Family Nursing Scholarship
Raphael Blessinger Memorial Scholarship
Sarah Gobert Scholarship Fund
Mabel L. Kuebler Nursing Scholarship
Parke-Bell Ltd. Scholarship Fund
Mildred E. Schwinghammer Nursing Scholarship
Denise Davis Thompson Hearing Impaired Scholarship Fund
Holland National Bank Community Scholarship and Ronald E. Blesch Memorial Scholarship
Previous recipients of some specific Dubois County Community Foundation Scholarships may apply again using the online application for consideration of that award. A past recipient must be able to identify the scholarship they previously received by name and indicate it on the application.
Scholarships that allow previous recipients to apply again include:
There are two additional scholarships that provide opportunities to individuals who have graduated high school:
Kelly M. Krodel Special Education Scholarship
Dubois County high school graduates that are in their second through fourth year of college, pursuing a degree in the fields of Special Education, Speech Therapy or any other rehabilitation program leading to the service of special needs children.
Orlan “Mockey” Lett Scholarship
Current college students or non-traditional students who reside in or have permanent residence in the Southwest Dubois School Corporation.
For any scholarship related questions or assistance, contact the Foundation at 482-5295.