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2019 Bellisio Foods Summer Scholarship Program
- Applicants must be 18 years old at the start of work.
- Applicants must be attending college or vocational school in the 2019 - 2020 school year.
- Full-time, 1st and 2nd Shifts available
- Starting Wage: $10.74 per hour
- If you fulfill your commitment, Bellisio Foods, Inc. will award a scholarship to your chosen college in the amount of 25% of your gross wages earned over the summer.
To view flyer, please click here.
Applications are available online at: bellisiofoods.com
2019 Jackson County EMS / Wellston Fire Department Joint Scholarship
This scholarship is intended to provide two public safety certifications. Emergency Medical Technician (150 hours) and Firefighter 1 (180 hours).
- The concept behind this program is once both certifications are complete the individual will be able to start a career in Public Safety.
- The two courses could be completed within six months
and the individual could be eligible for hire in Ohio, making 35k to 60K in their first year.
- They are offering this Scholarship to all three
County schools districts and picking one from each district. There is
potential that if only one school applies and there are multiple
applicants we may offer more to one school.
- The value of this Scholarship is $2,000.00
To apply for the scholarship, the applicant must submit the completed application along with the following:
- Copy of your High School Transcript
- Three (3) original references.
To download the application, please click here.
Scholarship deadline: Tuesday, April 30, 2019
The Crystal Lloyd-Brigantti Women in STEM Scholarship
$500 Cash Award
Crystal Lloyd Brigantti is a graduate of the Oak Hill High School Class of 1996 and an officer in the United States Army. After graduating from Oak Hill, she received her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from the University of Cincinnati in 2000 and went on to obtain a Doctor of Optometry degree from the Illinois College of Optometry in 2008. In 2018 she completed a Master of Business Administration from the College of William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business. As an Army officer, she has served in Georgia, Bosnia, Kuwait, Iraq, South Korea, Kentucky, Hawaii, and Virginia. She is a Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry and a member of the Beta Sigma Kappa International Optometric Honors Society and the Beta Gamma Sigma International Business Honor Society.
Crystal believes that education is the key to open any door. She has been fortunate to pursue her (many) educational interests while caring for the health of others and while serving her country. As a lifelong learner, she wants to encourage young women to pursue their educational dreams in STEM fields. She values academic excellence, strong personal values, and a philanthropic spirit. Crystal believes the undergraduate college experience may be the single most influential period in a person’s life, and she is excited for the opportunity to help a deserving young women achieve her educational goals.
Must be a female entering a post-secondary education program in one of the following fields: Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics
The scholarship will be paid upon presentation of proof of enrollment as a full-time student in a post-secondary education program in a field that falls under the STEM umbrella. This proof must be presented to the Oak Hill Union Local School District Treasurer.
To dowload an application, please click here.
Deadline: Tuesday, April 30, 2019 to the guidance office.
2019 Ohio Electric Cooperatives (OEC) Technical Scholarship
- Applicants must be residential members of an Ohio electric cooperative, or dependent children, or legal wards of permanent residential electric cooperative members receiving electric service at the time of application.
- Applicants may be high school graduates enrolling in a technical program; current technical school enrollees; or students enrolling in a post-undergraduate technical program. Applicants must plan to attend or currently attend an accredited technical school program.
- Applicants must have cumulative grade point averages of 2.5 or above on a 4.0 scale, or the equivalent standing on nontraditional scales. High school GPAs shall be used for applicants who have not yet begun a program, while technical school GPAs shall be used for applicants currently enrolled in programs.
- Applications for OEC’s competition must be typed and submitted on forms furnished by OEC. Scholarship applications must be received by OEC by the last day in April each year.
- Application information must be confined to the official nomination form. The only attachments permitted are high school transcripts, proof of enrollment*in a program, typed essay responses, and one 500-word letter of recommendation from an instructor.
- Essays: Applicants are required to complete two brief essays (250-word max each) (A) detailing their educational and career goals; and (B) discussing cooperative knowledge per the online orientation. Applicants must complete the essays without outside assistance. Applicants shall refer to the www.ohioec.org/orientation to complete the cooperative knowledge essay.
- Applicants who have received “full-ride” scholarships (tuition, room, board, and books) to the schools of their choice are not eligible for OEC scholarships.
- Applicants who have won other scholarships from OEC or affiliated organizations in other scholarship competitions (not including the local co-op) are not eligible to win this competition.
- Applicants whose immediate family members are (or reside in the households of) trustees, managers, distribution cooperative employees, OEC or affiliated organizations’ (Ohio Rural Electric Cooperatives, Buckeye Power, RESCO, etc.) employees are not eligible.
- All scholarships must be accepted in the first academic year after proof of enrollment* is received by OEC. However, an extension of one year may be granted for just cause in the judgment of the president of OEC. In the event applicants are unable to fulfill their enrollment obligation under this program, awards are forfeited.
- *Accepted proofs of enrollment include: a copy of a tuition bill, an official course schedule, or an official program transcript.
For more information, please visit: https://ohioec.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/Ohios-Electric-Cooperatives-Technical-Scholarship-Rules.pdf
To access the scholarship, please visit:https://ohioec.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/Ohios-Electric-Cooperatives-Technical-Scholarship-Application.pdf
Deadline: Scholarship must be received by OEC by the last day in April - April 30, 2019.