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Flegenheimer Family Scholarship

Flegenheimer Family Scholarship

Applicable For:

High School Students, Undergraduate Students

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About This Scholarship

In order to give Saginaw County students the chance to further their education, the Flegenheimer Family Scholarship was established in 1998. This scholarship is intended to help students improve their future readiness. Applicants must be graduating high school seniors, have a 2.0 GPA, show financial need, and be enrolled in an undergraduate programme or Career and Technical Education (CTE) training (skilled trade/vocation) at an approved Michigan institution to be eligible for the Flegenheimer Family Scholarship. Candidates pursuing a trade could receive preference.

Eligibility Criteria For Flegenheimer Family Scholarship

Here are some common factors that may be considered for scholarships aimed at enhancing future readiness:

  • Academic Performance: Many scholarships require applicants to have a strong academic record, including a minimum grade point average (GPA) or specific academic achievements. The academic requirements can vary based on the scholarship program and the institution offering the scholarship.
  • Field of Study: Scholarships may be available for students in various fields of study, such as STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics), business, social sciences, arts, or other areas that contribute to future readiness and career success.
  • Future Readiness Goals: Scholarships focused on future readiness may prioritize applicants who demonstrate a clear understanding of their career goals, as well as a commitment to developing the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in their chosen field. Applicants may need to articulate their future readiness plans through essays, personal statements, or interviews.
  • Leadership and Extracurricular Activities: Scholarships often value applicants who have demonstrated leadership qualities, community involvement, and active participation in extracurricular activities. This can include engagement in clubs, sports, volunteer work, internships, or other experiences that foster personal growth and future readiness.
  • Personal Statement or Essay: Many scholarships require applicants to submit a personal statement or essay. This provides an opportunity for applicants to discuss their passion for their chosen field, career aspirations, experiences, challenges, and how the scholarship will contribute to their future readiness.

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