Branch County Community Foundation Adds Two New Scholarships for 2023
The Branch County Community Foundation is pleased to add two new scholarships for the 2023 scholarship season.
The Tim “Doc” Baldwin Memorial Scholarship
The Quincy High School Class of 1976 Alumni created the Tim “Doc” Baldwin Memorial Scholarship fund in Memory of Tim Baldwin. The scholarship is open to graduating seniors and Quincy High School graduates seeking a degree and career in business or education with a GPA of 3.0 or higher, with preference given to students attending Michigan State University or Indiana University.
Read more about Tim and this scholarship by clicking the link above.
The Steve Groholski AMTIG (All My Trust In God) Memorial Scholarship
The Steve Groholski AMTIG Memorial Scholarship was created by Steve’s devoted wife of 36 years, Lori, and his daughters, Lindsey, Elise, and Dana, so that Steve and his family may continue to help others with higher education and trade skills. The scholarship is open to graduating seniors of any Branch County school (Bronson, Coldwater, Quincy, and Union City).
Read more about Steve and this scholarship by clicking the link above.
Both scholarships have been added to a list of over 40 scholarships that are available to students in Branch County and Colon. For a full list of the Community Foundation’s academic scholarships and to learn more about how to apply, visit the Scholarship Opportunities page on BCCF’s website.
BCCF offers scholarship opportunities for graduating seniors and current college students from Branch County and Colon, Michigan. Candidates can access and apply for this and more than 40 other scholarships with just one application by visiting https://www.brcofoundation.org/scholarships.