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Monroe Township Conservation Club - Jack Cronin Scholarship

 In September 1941, the late Jack Cronin was named president of the newly formed Monroe Township Conservation Club - a position he held for many years. Jack believed in continuing education and the wise use of natural resources. 
As a way to remember the leadership and guidance Jack provided to our club and the area surrounding the MTCC, our club has established a scholarship for high school and college students in his honor. This scholarship can be used for books, tuition, lab fees or any cost related to continuing education ­whether it is in a traditional college setting or post-secondary vocational training.
The scholarship is open to ALL students in east central Indiana. The only requirement is that the student cannot have received a Jack Cronin scholarship in the previous year. 
 A copy of the application form can be found outside of Mrs. Adams' office and the requirements for the 500 word (minimum)  essay to accompany the application.  This application can be used for any year, as long as it is postmarked by March 29, 2023. 
Applicants do not have to be affiliated with MTCC, nor do they have to be a hunter or involved in shooting sports to qualify. All essays are read and ranked by a committee of members of a committee formed for the sole purpose of objectively evaluating the content of the writing of the student.
If you have questions about this scholarship, or if you desire to contact the club about this scholarship, you may go to www.mtcc40acres.com and reach out to an officer or you may contact me directly at [email protected]

Paper Applications can be picked up at the Information Station outside of Mrs. Adams' office.
Application Deadline: March 29, 2023

Indiana Sheriffs' Association Scholarship Fund

The Indiana Sheriffs' Association Scholarship Fund was established for the purpose of receiving, investing and dispensing of funds to provide college scholarships to qualified students who are committed to pursuing an education and career in the law enforcement field. 
The Indiana Sheriffs' Association Scholarship Committee consists of the following members: (2) two sheriffs and (1) one deputy sheriff plus (1) one college or university administrator from each of the four areas of the state. Each member shall be appointed for the term of one year to serve at the pleasure of the president. The committee shall recommend the amount and number of scholarships to be awarded annually. The president of the Indiana Sheriffs' Association shall serve as chairman of the committee and the executive director of the association shall serve as the secretary by virtue of their respective positions. The members of the Indiana Sheriffs' Association Scholarship Committee shall serve as a screening committee in their respective area of the state and the said screening committee in their respective area of the stat and the said screening committee shall determine the scholarship recipients from that area.  

The state of Indiana shall be divided into four separate areas for the purpose fo selecting members of the committee and recipients of the scholarships.  
The said scholarship fund was established for the benefit of the members of the association and other qualified individuals. The general qualifications for applicants are: to be an active affiliate or associate member of the Indiana Sheriffs' Association or a dependent child or grandchild of an active affiliate or associate member of the association, be an Indiana resident, attend an Indiana College or University, major in a law enforcement field and enroll as a full-time student (12 hours). 
A person who has received a scholarship in a prior year may apply for a renewal of the scholarship for only three successive years. The Indiana Sheriffs' Association Scholarship Committee shall determine the regulations and information required to qualify. 
Notification of the available scholarship shall be made by printing such notice in THE INDIANA SHERIFF, an official Indiana Sheriffs' Association publication; through each sheriff's office by news release and by mail and/or electronic mail to each high school, college and university in the state. Applications shall also be available from any sheriff's office, the association office, or in the high school office.
For more information, call the Indiana Sheriffs' Association at 1-800-622-4779 or visit www.indianasheriffs.org Paper Applications can be picked up outside Mrs. Adams' office at the information station.
1. All Applicants must be an Indiana Resident.
2.  All Applicants must be committed to pursuing an education and career in a law enforcement field at an Indiana College or University.
3.  All applicants must be current member of the Association, OR a dependent child OR grandchild of a current member of the association.  If you do not meet the membership requirement, an application for membership is attached to the application.  Just complete the application and return it with the Scholarhship Application to meet the requirement.
4.  All applicants must enroll as a full-time student (12 hours)

Indiana Sheriffs' Association, 7124 E County Road 150 S, Suite B; Avon, In. 46123-2001

Applications can be picked up outside of Mrs. Adams' office.

  Deadline: April 1, 2023

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Horatio Alger Scholarship (For Juniors)

The Horatio Alger Association sees to assist students who have demonstrated integrity, perseverance in overcoming adversity, strength of character, financial need, and good academic record, commitment to pursue a college education, and a desire to contribute to society.  

Eligibility Criteria:
To be considered eligible for the Horatio Alger National Scholarship Programs, applicants must:
  1. Be enrolled full-time as a high school junior in the United States, progressing normally toward graduation in spring/summer 2024 with plans to enter a college in the United States no later than the fall following graduation.
  2. Exhibit a strong commitment to pursue and completed a bachelor's degree at an accredited non-profit public or private institution in the United States (students may start their studies at a two-year institution and then transfer to a four-year institution.)
  3. Demonstrate critical financial need ($55,000 or lower adjusted family gross income is required)
  4. Be involved in co-curricular and community service activities.
  5. Display integrity and perseverance in overcoming adversity.
  6. Maintain a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 2.0
  7. Be a United States citizen.
Application Procedures
To apply for the Horatio Alger Scholarship Programs, the following items must be completed by March 15
  1. An online application at scholars.horatioalger.org
  2. One Support Form completed online.  This must be competed by an adult over the age of 21 who is not related to the applicant and who is aware of the adversities mention in the application.  This form must be filled out online.  Faxes, emails, or letters will not be accepted.  
  3. Online Certification Form. A login will be emailed to the applicant's counselor.
  4. High school transcript.  Applicants should upload a transcript thought the application.  Transcripts must be submitted online and must include completed grades for the Fall 2022 semester.  
  5. Income Verification.  A copy of the first page of the applicant's parent(s) federal tax return (1040, 1040A, 1040 EZ, or 1099 SSA-Social Security form) or tax transcript (request a tax transcript here www.irs/gov/Individuals/Order-a-Transcript) from 2020 is needed in order to verify income stated on the application.  If an applicant's parents were not required to file a tax return, include statement copies of any government benefits, such as Public Assistance or Disability payment documents.  Income verifications may be uploaded online or sent by mail.  Applicants of divorced or legally separated parents need to submit tax forms form both parents.  No emails or faxes accepted.

IU Bloomington Bicentennial Scholarship

Bicentennial Scholarship for $2,500/yr

*Must reside in Randolph (or any of the eligible counties) to receive the scholarship
*No application for the Bicentennial Scholarship; its automatically awarded to admitted students
*No application deadline
*No limit on the number of scholarships awarded

Henry County REMC

Official Rules
1.  Henry County REMC will provide six, one-time $1,000 scholarships.  Three males and three females will be selected to receive the award.  
2.  High school seniors whose parent(s) or guardian(s) are members of the Henry County REMC are eligible to apply.  The children of HCREMC employees or directors as well as the children of the Operation Round-Up board are ineligible to apply.
3.  Applicants must have a 3.0 GPA or higher through the first semester of their senior year.  NOTE:  An official transcript MUST be submitted with the application.
4.  Applications must be completed, appropriately signed, and mailed or delivered to Henry County REMC by Friday, February 1, 2023.  An official application must be used.  Incomplete or illegible applications may be discarded at the judge's discretion.
5.  A committee will select six males and six females to be interviewed.  Scoring will be based upon a maximum of 25 points for GPA and academics, 25 points for extra-curricular and school activities, and 25 points on financial need.
6.  The twelve finalists will be invited for an interview where they can earn up to 25 additional points.  The points from the pre-screening carry over.
7.  Scholarships will be paid after the successful completion of one term in college and continued enrollment at an accredited college or technical school.  Checks will be made out to the accredited college or technical school where they are enrolled.
8.  The decision of the judges is final.
Return application and official transcript to:
Henry County REMC Scholarship Committee
Henry County REMC
P.O. Box D
New Castle, In. 47362

Application Deadline:  February 1, 2023

Applications can be picked up outside of Mrs. Adams' office.

Sigma Delta Pi Scholarship

Sigma Delta Pi Sorority, a state teacher organization, is awarding a $1500 scholarship for students who are interested in entering the field of education.  

The scholarship application forms can be found outside of Mrs. Adams' office.  The completed forms should be returned to Dr. Gloria Earl at the following address:
Sigma Delta Pi
2300 W Cambridge Drive
Muncie, In. 47304

Application Deadline: March 6, 2023

The scholarship will be announced at Sigma Delta Pi state convocation on April 22, 2023.  

Nancy Jaynes Memorial Scholarship Award

Indiana Breast Cancer Awareness Trust, Inc. (IBCAT) is currently accepting applications for the Nancy Jaynes Memorial Scholarship.  The scholarship of up to $2,500 for college or post-secondary technical schooling is awarded to an Indiana High School Senior(s) whose parent is battling breast cancer or who has lost a parent to breast cancer.  Information on downloading the Scholarship Application guidelines and instructions are listed below. 

The Nancy Jaynes Memorial Scholarship Award is named in honor of the founder of the Indiana Breast Cancer Awareness Trust, Nancy Jaynes.  Nancy lost her battle with breast cancer in March 2008.  A Plymouth (Indiana) High School Family and Consumer Sciences teacher, Nancy envisioned the breast cancer license plate to be a traveling billboard and reminder about the importance of early detection and prevention of breast cancer.  The mission of the Indiana Breast Cancer Awareness Trust is to increase access to breast cancer screening and diagnosis throughout Indiana.  To date, IBCAT has funded nearly $6.5 million in grants supporting our mission, plus an additional $115,000 in scholarships.  All funds stay here in Indiana.

Application Download Information:
  1. Visit our website at www.breastcancerplate.org
  2. Click on How We Help followed by Scholarships
  3. Follow the appropriate link to download the complete application.
Application Deadline-February 10, 2023
Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Faxed and/or emailed applications will not be accepted.