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Scholarship Programs/Academic and Manufacturing

Chamber of Commerce Foundation Scholarships

Two scholarships are given out each year to graduating students that plan on attending a Michigan or Wisconsin public or private college/technical college; one from Marinette County and one from Menominee County high schools. The Education & Workforce Development Scholarship Committee anonymously reviews all submissions.  The group determines winners based on involvement in school and community during all four years of high school, as well as their essay submissions.  Application packets are available at the Chamber office or on-line and submissions must be postmarked by April 1st.  The winners are presented with their scholarships at their school's award ceremony in spring.

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Chamber of Commerce Foundation "Manufacturing" Scholarships

The Marinette Menominee Area Chamber Foundation will award scholarships to be given to a graduating high school student and/or community member from Marinette County and Menominee County that plan on attending a Michigan or Wisconsin public or private college/technical college, and are enrolled in classes in the manufacturing sector areas of welding, machining (CNC), electro mechanical, industrial maintenance and fabrication.  The Education & Workforce Development Scholarship Committee anonymously reviews all submissions.  The group determines winners based on involvement in school/workplace and community, as well as their essay submissions. Application packets are available at the Chamber office or on-line and submissions must be postmarked by April 1st.  The winners are presented with their scholarships at their school's award ceremony in spring.

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H.V. Higley Scholarships

The Marinette Menominee Area Chamber of Commerce is the host of the H.V. Higley Scholarship.  The Higley family established an endowment which awards two scholarships to Marinette High School graduating students.  The Education & Workforce Development Scholarship Committee anonymously reviews all submissions.  The group determines winners based on involvement in school and community activities during all four years of high school, as well as their essay submission. Application packets are available at the Chamber office or on-line and submissions must be postmarked by April 1st.  The winners are presented with their scholarships at their school's award ceremony in spring.

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