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Offered by Kalamazoo Community Foundation
The Kreager Family Scholarship is open to graduating high school seniors who are residents of or enrolled in a high school within Kalamazoo County, Michigan, or who attend South Haven High School. Eligible applicants have experienced the loss of a parent through death or abandonment beyond infancy, and must be planning to pursue vocational or technical training or an associate’s or bachelor’s degree after high school graduation. Winning applicants may earn between $2,000 and $3,000 to go toward their post-secondary education. If you’re a Kalamazoo high school senior who has experienced the loss of a parent, apply for the chance to earn help funding your postsecondary education, and keep on reading to learn more.
The Kalamazoo Community Foundation (KZCF) is one of the oldest, most respected and successful community foundations in the U.S., and is supported by thousands of people from all walks of life. Through the years, they have developed a deep knowledge of the community’s challenges -- and aspirations -- and the groups and individuals addressing them. They are dedicated to preserving what they love most about the community and creating a better future for generations to come.
Applicants must have experienced the loss of a parent, either through death or abandonment beyond infancy, in addition to meeting the requirements below.
High School Senior
Applicants who were (1) placed in foster care, or (2) adopted are also eligible
To apply for this scholarship, submit the below application materials before the deadline.
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