All Berrien County High School Students

These scholarships are for ALL Berrien County High School graduating seniors. To download the application simply click the name of the scholarship. Don't forget there are school specific scholarships as well! You can find those here.

Please mail your completed application to:

Berrien Community Foundation

Scholarships

2900 South State Street

Suite 2 E

Saint Joseph, MI 49085

If you have any questions please feel free to email us at bcf@berriencommunity.org or give us a call 269-983-3304.

All God’s Children Community Choir Scholarship

This is a renewable scholarship for up to $2,500 for a graduating senior or current college student who has participated in All God’s Children for at least two years and meets all other requirements. It was established in 2016.

The Arlene B. Porritt Memorial Scholarship for Curious Kids

This is a non-renewable scholarship for up to $1,000 for a graduating senior who has volunteered at Curious Kid’s Museum for a total of at least 10 hours from 8th grade to Junior Year and meets all other requirements. It was established in loving memory of Arlene, who passed away in May of 2005. Arlene felt great satisfaction seeing her grandchildren challenge their brains and have fun at the museum.

The David A. Hicks Scholarship for the Arts

This is a non-renewable scholarship for up to $1,000 for graduating seniors who are pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in the Arts and meet all other requirements. It was established by David’s family to celebrate his life, fight with cancer, and love for the arts.

The Heart of Cook Scholarship Program

This is a $5,000 scholarship awarded over four years for graduating seniors who are pursing a degree in engineering or another technical discipline and meet all other requirements. It was established to encourage students who do not already have an immediate family member working at AEP.

Honor Credit Union Community Commitment Scholarship

Ronald H. Miller Journalism Scholarship

This is a renewable scholarship for up to $1,000 for graduating seniors pursing a Bachelors degree in Journalism and meet all other requirements. It was established to encourage students with financial need planning to attend an accredited school in Michigan, Indiana, or Illinois.

For additional scholarships please visit Michigan Colleges Alliance and Michigan Gateway Foundation.