Feb. 8 Scholarship round up


Crane Credit Union

Members of Crane Credit Union can apply for a scholarship. The credit union is giving 11 $1,000 scholarships to members.

Applicants must be the primary member on a Crane account, have plans to enroll full time in secondary education in fall 2016 and have a minimum grade-point average of 2.0.

Applications are available at all branches and at cranecu.org. The deadline is March 1.


Any senior student who lives within 50 miles of a Simon property can apply for a scholarship. Simon properties include the Greenwood Park Mall and Edinburgh Premium Outlets. No more than one scholarship will be awarded per property.

Students can apply online by visiting syf.org/scholarships.

Recipients will receive up to $1,500.


Local college students may be able to apply for a STEM-related scholarship. Endress+Hauser is conducting a “Sustaining Scholars” program for a scholarship.

Eligible students must be studying in a STEM related field at Purdue University or Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology or be enrolled in a degree program at Ivy Tech.

Students also must be graduates of a public high school in Johnson County or the southside.

Applications are available at jccf.org/apply-for-a-scholarship.

Gilmore trust

Franklin Community High School students planning to attend an Indiana college or university are eligible for a scholarship.

Applications for the $2,000 Gilmore Trust Scholarship are available at the guidance office of the high school.

Students must be graduating seniors of Franklin Community High School and plan to enroll full time in any Indiana college or university.

Preference will be given to students who plan to attend Franklin College.

Applications are due March 31.

Indiana Sheriff’s Association

Students pursuing a career in criminal justice in Indiana are eligible for a scholarship from the Indiana Sheriffs’ Association.

To qualify, an applicant must be an Indiana resident, a current member of the association or a dependent child or grandchild of a current member of the association, attend an Indiana college or university, major in a law enforcement field and enroll as a full-time student.

Applications are available from high school counselors or the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office or online at indianasheriffs.org.

The deadline is April 1.

Hospital foundation

The Johnson Memorial Hospital Foundation is offering scholarships to county residents pursuing a career in a health-related field.

Students can apply for one of four scholarships. Applicants must be at least seniors in high school or adults pursuing a degree in a health-related field.

Applications are available online beginning Tuesday at johnsonmemorialfoundation.org or at the hospital foundation office, 1101 W. Jefferson St., Suite V, Franklin.

The deadline for all applications is April 2.

Information: 736-2657