Community Foundation Scholarship Applications Now Available
The opportunities for scholarship dollars are varied and cover a wide range of criteria. Whether a graduating senior, current college student, or non-traditional student there are scholarships available at the Community Foundation. “Non-Traditional Students” are generally defined as students who take time between high school and college, but can be more narrowly defined by specific scholarship funds.
Students are eligible to apply beginning their senior year of high school and then each year that they remain enrolled in school.
Our online application process allows you to search for eligible scholarships or have the system automatically find matches for you based on some of the answers you provide in your profile. The online application allows you to update and complete you application at anytime.
Go to the link in county in which you live and follow the instructions for applying. Start today!
On Tuesday, February 14, you can donate to the community and your sweetheart all at the same time! This special event is sponsored by the Fulton County Community Foundation, WROI Radio, RTC Communications, and Rochester Sentinel.
We've partnered with the Futon County Animal Shelter to give donors the option to direct their valentine or Palentine donation to the Shelter's capital campaign.
Order forms are available here to download or at any of our sponsor's location, or follow the link below to get a donation form and song list.
A sweetheart of a gift that lasts forever.
Diana Borse Receives Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship:
Diana will receive a four-year, full-tuition scholarship to an Indiana college or university of her choice and a $900 yearly stipend for required books and equipment.
Diana is the daughter of Christopher and Deborah Borse and plans to attend Notre Dame University, where she will major in Neuroscience, Pre-Medicine. Diana is a 4-year member of FFA, Student Council, Dance, and Drama Club. She is a member of National Honor Society, and she was Class President for three years. She also participated in both soccer and track for four years.
Read more about this scholarship and the selection process in Miami County
Joshua Krsek Receives Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship: Joshua will receive a four-year, full-tuition scholarship to an Indiana college or university of his choice and a $900 yearly stipend for required books and equipment.
Joshua is the son of Steve and Terry Krsek and plans to attend Purdue University, where he will major in Engineering. Joshua is a member of Culver Youth Community Organization, National Honor Society, and Science Club. He was a Hoosier Boys State delegate and a Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership Conference Ambassador. He has also participated in football, basketball, and baseball for four years.
Read more about this scholarship and the selection process in Starke County