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Are You Interested in Scholarships for Early Childhood College Courses?

If you are currently working with children in a licensed center/group home, a registered family home or can answer YES to all of the following questions you may be eligible to receive a scholarship from T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood MICHIGAN.

  • Do you work in a registered or licensed child care facility?
  • Do you work at least 20 hours per week?
  • Are you committed to remaining in the Early Childhood field?
  • Are you enrolled in the Early Childhood program at your local community college or would you like to be?
  • Are you willing to make a commitment to continue working at your present place of employment for one year?

Types of Scholarships available:
Building Foundation
             CDA Assessment
             Part Time Associate
             Associate Degree
             Bachelor Degree

Scholarships Include:
The majority of costs for tuition, fees, and books
             A stipend for travel and release time
             Cash Bonus 

For more information or an application, T.E.A.C.H.


PNC/National City Bank - Scholarship amounts will vary.  Criteria:  Enrolled in 6 or more credits for Winter 2012 semester at the time of the awarding of the scholarship, must have a minimum GPA of 3.00, and attach your high school or MCC transcript.  Application deadline is December 2, 2011.  Click on link for application.

Liberal Arts Network for Development (LAND) - The Student Scholars competition is looking for research-based essays written by community colleges students for community college courses.  There are five categories for submission: Arts and Humanities, Natural Sciences, Philosophy and Religion, Social Sciences (including History), and Technology.  The deadline for submission is December 9.  Prizes for the selected essays are: $150 for First, $100 for Second, and $50 for Third.  Visit for more specific guidelines.


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