**The February 22, 2013 Application Deadline Has Passed.
We Are No Longer Accepting CFMC Scholarship Applications this Year**
Dorothy Asher Scholarship: Provides scholarships for Morgan County residents of any age attending an accredited two- or four-year public or private institution of higher education and are studying elementary education. Recipients must agree to attempt to obtain employment, if available, in Morgan County, Indiana for at least one year upon completion of their education. Scholarships may be awarded annually to the same recipient if the foundation deems this appropriate for the progress the student may make.
SSG Wm. Ryan Fritsche Memorial Scholarship: Provide scholarships to one or more graduating seniors from any Morgan County High School who are accepted into an accredited 2 or 4 year public or private institution. Applicants should have a 2.5 GPA or higher.(on a 4.0 scale) Applicants must supply three letters of reference: Two from school personnel and one from an outside source, (i.e., an employer or pastor). Students should be applying for, or in a course of study leading to public service work, such as: law enforcement, medical work, social work, or child services. In addition to the CFMC essay questions on the standard application, applicants must complete a 500-750 word essay with the following quote from J.F. Kennedy as the main theme of the piece: “And so my fellow Americans: ask not what your country can do for you – ask what you can do for your country.”(J.F. Kennedy, Inaugural Speech, January 20, 1961) As funds are available, the scholarship may be open to applicants who live in Morgan County and are in their first or second year of college.
Maggie Grounds Scholarship: Providing scholarships to a female high school senior entering the field of architecture, contracting/building engineering, traditional drafting, architectural computer-aided design, or another very closely-related study, in an accredited institution of higher education.
Justin and Bonita Conduitt Marley Scholarship: Providing reimbursement scholarships for books and/or tuition to students graduating from Mooresville High School or Monrovia High School. These scholarships shall be divided equally between the two high schools and shall be for students entering vocational training, the field of education, or the field of library science.
Newburn-Asher Scholarship: Provides scholarships for Morgan County residents of any age attending an accredited two- or four-year public or private institution of higher education and are studying in the health care field. Recipients must agree to attempt to obtain employment, if available, in Morgan County, Indiana for at least one year upon completion of their education. Scholarships may be awarded annually to the same recipient if the foundation deems this appropriate for the progress the student may make.
Jeff Quyle Leadership Scholarship: The scholarship will offer five separate awards each year for college expenses; awards will be made to graduating seniors of any high school in Morgan County, Indiana who are residents of Morgan County; the goal is to assist students of high academic achievement and potential and, in addition, students who have demonstrated personal leadership in their lives within their schools and communities.
Gordon Leigh Speer Memorial Scholarship: Providing a scholarship to two different graduating seniors from any high school in Morgan County or from Indian Creek High School (with no restriction as to county of residence) who will study engineering at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in Terre Haute, Indiana. The scholarship may be used for any college expenses. This scholarship honors Gordon Leigh Speer, who raised eight children, shared a strong work ethic with his family, and honored the cause and benefits of education. A recommendation by a Scholarship Selection Committee will be made to the Scholarship Committee of the Community Foundation of Morgan County.
Ted and Berta Romine/Monrovia Masonic Lodge #654 Scholarship: Providing a scholarship each spring for a senior of Monrovia High School who wishes to pursue an education in a technical training area such as: auto mechanics, law enforcement, healthcare, nursing, or electronics. A minimum GPA of 2.5 is required. Recipients must also submit a 300-600 word essay explaining their goals after school and why they chose this area of study, and also addressing their financial needs.
Sergeant Dan Starnes Memorial Scholarship: Providing scholarships for Morgan County residents to study law enforcement.