Since October 1992, the Hocking College Foundation has remained a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation. Their ongoing mission is to “develop a culture of philanthropy to meet the resource needs of Hocking College in its pursuit of excellence in education and the advancement of economic development, workforce development, and the quality of life for the communities it serves.”
The Gay/Lesbian Adoptive/Foster Parent Scholarship is designed for high-school, undergraduate, and graduate students who have gay/lesbian adoptive or foster parent(s).
Are you engaged to be married? If so, then you should consider applying for the Diamond Mansion Scholarship. During the fall and spring of each year, one winner will be selected to receive an award of $1,000. This bi-annual scholarship is designed to help students who are getting married and who are actively applying to, or are already enrolled in, an accredited college, university, or technical/career/online/trade school.
If you’re a culinary arts student who aspires to one day own your own food-oriented business, then perhaps you should apply for the Village Bakery Aspire-To-Be Scholarship Program.
Students enrolled in Hocking College for Fall 2019 and are pell eligible may be eligible to receive the Career & Technical Scholarship.
If your dream is to become a Registered Nurse (RN) or a nursing instructor, then perhaps you should consider applying for the Nurse Education Assistance Loan Program (NEALP).
If you’re a college student who dreamed about getting a second chance to correct a mistake from your past, then perhaps you should consider applying for the Do-Over Scholarship.
Are you a natural resources major looking for some financial assistance with school? The Ohio Parks and Recreation Association Foundation has three scholarships available to students in Ohio who have an interest in parks and leisure studies.