Saginaw County Child Development Centers Scholarship

In its 31-year history, SCCDC provided a variety of programs including home day care programs, emergency food programs, training programs for staff and parents, a food reimbursement program for home day care providers, Michigan School Readiness program, Head Start and housing programs. The success of the program was its partnership within the communities it served to provide an opportunity for children and families to move from poverty to a self-sufficient lifestyle. The agency was dissolved when Saginaw County Community Action Committee was required by the government to operate the Head Start program, instead of delegating to SCCDC. Qualifications:-Cumulative GPA between 2.5 – 3.0-Saginaw County resident-High school senior or college student-Pursuing undergraduate studies-Part or full-time enrollment (preference will be given to students with full-time enrollment)For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.

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