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If you wish to apply for the Community Foundation for Northeast Michigan scholarships, please read the following information carefully before accessing the “AwardSpring” scholarship application.

Some CFNEM scholarship funds do not use the “AwardSpring” application process. The donors of these funds have established alternative application procedures, which you can find in the Alternative Application Procedures section below.

For scholarships in Cheboygan, Crawford, Iosco, Ogemaw, or Oscoda counties, or the City of Mackinaw, please visit our Affiliate Scholarship Application Page. Look for the green piggy bank.

Each scholarship application submitted will be carefully reviewed to ensure that students are considered for all scholarships for which they are eligible. There are over 70 different scholarship funds for students and adults who live or attended school in Alcona, Alpena, Montmorency, and Près Isle counties, thanks to many generous local donors who care. of your future.

This is the perfect time to gather important information you may need to complete the online application process, depending on the scholarship(s) you are eligible for. Several of the scholarship funds have varying application requirements, so you may not be required to submit all of the items listed below. Most of these are also required for college applications, so you may have compiled them already.

For specific requirements, contact cfnem.org.

Other information may be required based on specific criteria for a particular scholarship fund.

Please read each fund description for eligibility criteria and application instructions.

A variety of scholarships are available for students in the region, depending on need and field of study.

Technical support is available through AwardSpring, the company that developed and hosts the scholarship application process.

If you have non-technical questions regarding a scholarship, please contact us at [email protected] or call 989-354-6881.



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