GRCF Donald J. DeYoung Scholarship

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March 01, 2020

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Donald J. DeYoung Scholarship fund was created in 1997 by friends and colleagues of Judge DeYoung to honor his 18 years of service as a probate court judge. The scholarship is designed to assist individuals who have had contact with the Family Division of the Circuit Court and are interested in pursuing college or vocational education. Residents of the West Michigan area who are wards of the court or previously have been a ward of the court and have been discharged successfully are eligible to apply for the Donald J. DeYoung Scholarship. Applicants should be referred by a caseworker, probation officer, counselor, college coach, or mentor. Applicants must be accepted at a college/university or training school to apply. Applicants must have financial need and a 2.5 minimum GPA. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • Scholarship Committee
  • 185 Oakes SW
  • Grand Rapids, MI 49503
  • rbishop@grfoundation.org
  • 616-454-1751 x103

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