In 2006, the Saginaw Community Foundation (SCF) introduced the SCF Collaborative Scholarships, a testament to the collective spirit of giving and remembrance. The 2007 iteration of this scholarship, made possible through the generosity of donors, stands as a tribute to exceptional individuals and organizations.
We celebrate the lives and contributions of Rev. Dr. Roosevelt Austin, Sr., Dorothy and Robert Blue, Shamonica Brown, Zoetta Davis, C.K. Eddy Memorial Fund, Joseph M. Godard, Kanika Goodman, Michael Jeffers Memorial Fund, Parker Thomas Miller, Burris and Kathie Smith, and Carman “Cart” Washburn.
- Academic Performance: Minimum GPA of 2.0.
- Residency: Saginaw County resident.
- Educational Pursuit:
- High school or college student.
- Pursuing an undergraduate, graduate, or associate degree or Career and Technical Education (CTE) training (skilled trade/vocation).
- College/University Enrollment:
- Attend a Michigan college or university, unless an out-of-state school is necessary for a specialized field of study.
- Enrollment Status: Part-time or full-time enrollment.
Criteria for evaluation will be determined annually.
- Confirm eligibility based on the outlined qualifications.
- Complete the application, ensuring all required details are provided.
Application deadline is February 9th.
The Saginaw Community Foundation Collaborative Scholarships are more than financial support; they are a tribute to the diversity of journeys and aspirations within our community. If you are a dreamer, a visionary, and embody the spirit of those we honor, we invite you to apply. Let this scholarship be a stepping stone toward realizing your academic and vocational aspirations.