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This fund will award a graduating Hancock County senior with a scholarship for a two or four-year college, university or technical school. The applicant must be a graduating senior of a Hancock County high school. Applicant must be able to document their participation in community/volunteer service through their application and written recommendations. Preference may be given to a student with financial need.

This scholarship, established in memory of John and Mary Blide, will support a student graduating from a Hancock County high school who is involved in golf.

This scholarship will provide scholarship involved in Marathon Petroleum Corporation's Project Compass.

The applicant must plan to be a full time student enrolled at an accredited two or four year college, university or technical school. The applicant must be a graduating senior of a Hancock County high school. Priority will be given to students with Type 1 Diabetes.

This scholarship is dedicated to a graduating high school senior who has demonstrated significant Christian faith-based behavior and activities along with possessing a basic knowledge of the U.S. constitution.The applicant must be a graduating high school senior enrolled at an accredited two or four year college or university. The applicant must have demonstrated his/her achievements and participation in church and other organizations and volunteer services in the community.

The applicant must be a graduating senior of Van Buren High School. The applicant must plan to be a full or part time student enrolled for his or her first year at an accredited two or four year college or university or any accredited technical institution in preparation for a career in the trades. Applicant must be a citizen of the United States of America.

​The applicant must be a graduating senior of OR graduate of ­­­­­­­­a high school located in Hancock County or a home schooled or online student who resided in Hancock County. The applicant must be pursuing a career in the culinary arts.

The applicant must be a high school graduating senior or a graduate of a state charted school located in Hancock County. The applicant must be a student currently enrolled or enrolled during high school in the culinary art program at The Millstream Career Center.

​This general scholarship fund was established in 2009 by the Board of Trustees of The Findlay-Hancock County Community Foundation for the purpose of investing in the higher education of students who reside in Hancock County or who attend a high school within Hancock County. This scholarship will also encourage the involvement of donors who wish to contribute to the higher education of area youth, but do not wish to establish a named fund. The Partners in Education Scholarship Fund will offer permanent recognition in the Annual Report to individuals being honored or memorialized with contributions totaling $5,000 or more. Recognition will also be given for individuals honored or memorialized with donations of $0-$4,999 in the Annual Report during the year in which the gift is made.

David established this scholarship fund to benefit a child in Hancock or Hardin County who is a foster child or has been adopted from the foster care system. Preference may be given to those students pursuing a degree in a STEM field.

The applicant must be a Millstream Career and Technology Center graduating senior. The applicant must be an outstanding student in an automotive trade program.

The applicant must be a graduating senior of a Hancock County high school. Applicant must be a resident of Hancock County and a citizen of the United States of America. Preference may be given to those living in Findlay. Applicant must be able to document their participation in church activities and in community/volunteer service through their application and written recommendations. Financial need is a requirement.

​The applicant must be a high school graduate from Millstream Career and Technology Center and reside in Hancock, Putnam, Hardin or Wyandot Counties. The applicant must be a full-time or part-time student attending a fully accredited post secondary education institution pursuing a course of study which may include, but not be limited to construction, welding, automotive, engineering or cosmetology while at Millstream and intends to pursue employment in their area of trade or industry.