Social Work scholarships
These are all open scholarships for students looking to study something related to Social Work. Select other major
- Clarence & Ruth Cole Memorial ScholarshipClarence and Ruth Cole maintained a life-long interest in the education of young people in the community and helping them develop to their full potential. They realized that by giving to others, it would come back in abundance. Eligible applicants are African American Battle Creek Central High School graduates with a minimum GPA of 3.0 who are in their junior or senior year of an undergraduate degree and are pursuing a degree in a career helping others, such as: nursing, teaching, law enforcement, social work, etc. Recipients must exhibit financial need, will be committed to furthering their education, and will demonstrate service to others through volunteerism. Former recipients may reapply.
- I Am Boundless - Ed Harper Educational ScholarshipThe scholarship was created to honor Ed Harper, who devoted his more than 40-year career to the needs of individuals with developmental disabilities. His vision for assisting individuals to achieve their maximum potential led to the formation of community supportive living services. As a result, four residential homes were established in central Ohio. He served as the executive director for Franklin County Residential Services (FCRS), predecessor to I Am Boundless, until his retirement in 2015.
- Loren Nothwehr Scholarship FundThis scholarship is for students planning to major in **Sociology or Human Services**, or such other major as relates to the care and support of poor, homeless, abused or neglected persons. Applicants must be current year or graduating seniors or previous year graduates from a high school in **Dodge County**.