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Young Community Leaders Scholarship

$2,000

June 30, 2021

Awards Available: 1

  • Scholarship Description
  • As strong supporters of Federal and Postal employees, Mission Point Planning and Retirement is pleased to offer this scholarship to high school seniors as they foster a focus and develop a dream. We are looking to reward a young person who has showcased a leadership ability both in their school and in the surrounding area. We hope to find a student who has excelled in both the classroom and community, caring not only about their final grades but also on giving back.

    Applicants must be a family member within the third degree by consanguinity or affinity of a person who is an employee of the federal government or United States Postal Service who is living, working or have retired in the state of Michigan. Must be at least 16 years of age at the time of his/her application and no more than 18 years of age when he/she would receive the scholarship. The scholarship may only be used for qualified education expenses which include tuition or fees required to enroll at an eligible institution, books, supplies, or equipment that are required for a course of instruction. Non-qualified expenses include room and board, travel, research or clerical help. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 3250 Big Beaver Road
  • Suite 302
  • Troy, MI 48084
  • timothy@missionpointplan.com
  • tel: 248-504-6015
  • fax: 248-504-5415

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