The Mitchell Scholarship

$10,000

April 01, 2020

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Mitchell Institute unlocks the potential of Maine college students so they can contribute to the vitality of their communities. We award scholarships each year to graduating students from Maine’s public high schools as they pursue higher education. This year's recipients of the Mitchell Scholarship, representing more than 130 high schools from every community in Maine, each will receive a scholarship award for $10,000 to be paid out in four equal installments of $2,500. In an effort to help more Maine students attain higher education, the Mitchell Institute provides scholarships for Maine students planning to attend two- and four-year degree programs at colleges both in-state and out.

    Once Scholars are selected, the Mitchell Institute helps them navigate college and the world beyond through personal and professional supports. In addition to offering the financial support of the scholarship, the Mitchell Institute offers a wide array of personal, academic and professional support programs, as well as a network of nearly 3,000 Mitchell Scholars, Alumni, and partners—all of which amounts to much more than a check. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Kim Gustafson
  • 75 Washington Avenue, Suite 2E
  • Portland, ME 04101
  • info@mitchellinstitute.org
  • tel: 207-773-7700
  • fax: 207-773-1133

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