Students studying education can apply for a scholarship.
The Scholarship Committee of the Indiana Retired Teachers Foundation is offering scholarships to upcoming juniors or seniors enrolled in an education program at any of Indiana’s universities and colleges.
Ten $2,000 scholarships will be awarded around the state to a student who has a relative that is a member of the Indiana Retired Teachers Association.
To find out which district you live in, go to retiredteachers.org and go to the IRT Foundation tab. The association’s district map and the online application are available under that tab.
The deadline is May 29.
Seniors at Franklin Community High School who are active in their community can apply for a scholarship.
The Franklin Lions Club is taking applications for its Community Service Award until Thursday.
The $2,000 reward may be used for tuition and/or books. Applications are available at the school’s guidance offices.
Requirements for the scholarship include being active in the community and having a 3.0 GPA.
The Rotary Club of Greenwood is offering a four-year $1,500 scholarship to a high school student from Greenwood, Whiteland or Center Grove.
A two-year $500 scholarship will be offered to a Central Nine Career Center student.
Applications can be picked up at the student’s school.
The deadline is Friday.
— Compiled by Magen Kritsch