Kostrzewa-Sivey Educational Scholarship

John Sivey and Connie Kostrzewa-Sivey created the Kostrzewa-Sivey Education Scholarship in 2007 to honor their parents, John and Margaret Schwarz Sivey and Val and Julie Pawlik Kostrzewa. These scholarships will help participants in the Career Links Program fulfill their dreams of achieving an education. The Kostrzewa-Sivey Scholarship is available to all current, graduating participants in Career Links through the Saginaw County Business and Education Partnership. Eligibility:- Graduating high school senior participating in Career Links- Saginaw County resident - Part or full-time enrollment- Pursuing an undergraduate degree or vocational training- Attending a Michigan college or university unless a specific program requires an out of state schoolFor more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.

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