Carrollton Education Foundation - Carrollton Community Scholarship

The Carrollton Public School's Board of Education established the Carrollton Education Foundation Fund at the Saginaw Community Foundation in 1997 to help improve the quality of public education in the Carrollton community. It accomplishes this by providing a permanent source of funding for scholarships and educational programs outside of basic school programs. Carrollton community members play an important role in the Carrollton Education Foundation by making donations and serving on its governing board. Eligibility:- Carrollton High School senior- Full-time enrollment- Pursuing a vocational, associate, or undergraduate degreeFor more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.

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