It’s that time gain! Every year, scholarships become available that support the educational pursuits of residents of affordable housing communities. Below is a listing of scholarships available for the 2022-2023 school year:
Jack L. Wallick Scholarship
The Jack L. Wallick Memorial Scholarship fund has been established in memory of Mr. Jack Wallick, founder of the Wallick Companies, who was passionate about youth, education, and his community. The scholarship is for residents of Wallick Communities and provides recipients up to $2,500, annually, for up to four years. Apply ONLINE at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/WallickScholarship by the DEADLINE of April 18, 2022.
Jerry Grier Scholarship
The JGS program is a competitive scholarship opportunity for traditional and non-traditional students residing in affordable housing developments where Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing has an active investment. Students can apply for up to $10,000 in tuition and performance-based assistance. Apply ONLINE at 2022 OCIC Jerry Grier Scholarship Application by the DEADLINE of April 1, 2022
Stivison Appalachian Community Action Scholarship
The mission of the Corporation for Ohio Appalachian Development (COAD) David V. Stivison Appalachian Community Action Scholarship Fund is to provide financial assistance to students who are residents of COAD’s service area that want to attend institutions of higher education but lack the required resources to do so. A HARD COPY of the application downloaded from http://new.coadinc.org/scholarships/ must be submitted to the appropriate community action agency by the DEADLINE of May 1, 2022,
NAHMA Educational Foundation Scholarship
The National Affordable Housing Management Association (NAHMA)Educational Foundation is a privately funded, non-profit organization created in 1994 to further charitable and educational opportunities for residents of NAHAMA communities. NAHMA awards educational scholarships of up to $3,500. Apply ONLINE at https://nahma.communityforce.com by the DEADLINE of May 12, 2022.