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Gene and Donna Mallak Scholarship

Gene and Donna Mallak Scholarship

Applicable For:

High School Students, Undergraduate Students

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About This Scholarship

Jeanne Mallak, their daughter, founded the Gene and Donna Mallak Memorial Scholarship in appreciation for the outstanding assistance they provided for her to achieve her academic goals. She hopes that by offering this scholarship, the recipients would receive the same encouragement to follow their aspirations.

The following requirements must be met in order to qualify for the Gene and Donna Mallak Scholarship: the applicant must currently be enrolled in college, be working towards an undergraduate or graduate degree in a field related to business, be a resident of Saginaw County, have a minimum GPA of 2.5, and have plans to attend Saginaw Valley State University, Davenport University, Delta College, Northwood University, or Central Michigan University.

Eligibility Criteria For Gene and Donna Mallak Scholarship

Here are some common criteria that are often considered:

  • Academic Achievement: Scholarships based on academic goals typically require a strong academic record. This can include maintaining a high grade point average (GPA) or being ranked at the top of your class. Scholarships may also consider standardized test scores, such as the SAT or ACT.
  • Field of Study: Some scholarships focus on specific academic disciplines or fields of study. They may be available to students pursuing degrees in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics), humanities, social sciences, business, or other specialized areas. The scholarship may specify particular majors or academic programs.
  • Admission to an Institution: Many scholarships require students to be admitted or planning to enroll in a recognized and accredited institution or university. You may need to provide proof of acceptance or enrollment.
  • Academic Goals and Aspirations: Scholarships based on academic goals often require applicants to articulate their academic goals, aspirations, and how the scholarship will support their educational journey. This can be done through essays, personal statements, or interviews.
  • Extracurricular Involvement: While the primary focus is on academics, some scholarships may also consider your involvement in extracurricular activities related to your academic goals. This can include research projects, internships, leadership roles, academic clubs, or community service activities that demonstrate your commitment to your field of study.

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