January 16, 2019
The Findlay-Hancock County Community Foundation presently has 21 scholarship funds available to current college students, several of which are specific to former Hancock County graduates.
A few of the scholarships offered include: the Findlay Branch AAUW Scholarship, which is for a female, 23 years of age or older, employed and residing in Hancock County; the Historic Preservation Guild Scholarship, which is for a student who intends to pursue a career in or closely related to historic preservation, the student may be in their undergraduate or graduate studies; the Jerry Silveus Agriculture Scholarship for students entering at least their sophomore year, the scholarship was established by Legacy Farmers Cooperative to benefit members or employees, or the children or grandchildren of members or employees of Legacy Farmers Cooperative; and the Dr. Thomas Richard and Mrs. Wendene Wilson Shoupe Post Grad Scholarship, which is for a graduate of Hancock County that is pursuing graduate or professional studies.
Information about each scholarship can be found through the scholarship section by selecting “College” in the grade level filter. The scholarship application is available until February 6, 2019. Students have the opportunity to start an application, save it and finish it at a later time but the application must be completed by 12 p.m. on February 6, 2019. Students will only need to submit one application to be considered for scholarships at The Community Foundation.
Click here to apply or learn more about the scholarships available at the Foundation. For more information or questions, contact Shelly Joseph at The Community Foundation at (419) 425-1100.