Branch County Community Foundation
The Steve Groholski AMTIG 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.
After graduating from Coldwater High School, Steve earned a bachelor’s degree from Michigan State University in Human Resources. Steve was a self-motivated entrepreneur with an incredible creative ability to see things differently. He founded AMTIG (All My Trust In God) Engineering Solutions in 2015, which reverse-engineers parts for the food industry and provides new parts that run better, cost less, and last longer. Steve's deep belief in the power of technology to improve people’s lives and passion for helping others helped build a company that would make a real difference in the world.
Like his personal life, Steve’s career was all about service; to God, his family, his customers, and to pretty much anyone with whom he crossed paths.
The Steve Groholski AMTIG Memorial Scholarship was created 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). On the application, students must include an essay on why they deserve the scholarship and a description of their personal and career goals. They must also have an additional recommendation from the teacher explaining why the student should receive the scholarship award.
BCCF offers scholarship opportunities for graduating seniors and current college students from Branch County and Colon, Michigan. Applicants can access and apply for this and more than 40 other scholarships with just one application by visiting https://www.brcofoundation.org/scholarships.