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The scholarship fund was established by the family and friends of Amanda. Amanda was a 16-year old Seymour High School student who was active in her high school, 4-H, church and the community prior to her death in a car accident. Amanda planned to become a veterinarian. The scholarship recipient must be a graduate of a high school located in Jackson County, Indiana, pursuing a degree in Veterinary Science and/or Agriculture. Consideration shall be gi ...

The fund was established by Kelly Trask in memory of her late husband, Blair Trask, and is to provide scholarships to graduating seniors and adult learners of Bartholomew, Brown, Clark, Crawford, Dubois, Floyd, Harrison, Jackson, Jefferson, Jennings, Lawrence, Martin, Monroe, Orange, Scott, or Washington County, Indiana seeking out diplomas or certifications in any technical or trade school, community college or major university in Radio Broadcasting, Broa ...

Gilbert Kovener established this fund under his Will for scholarships to graduating seniors of Jackson County who desire to attend a college or university. The scholarship includes one-time scholarships and renewable scholarships up to four consecutive years.

Ivan E. Frische, a lifetime resident of Jackson County established the scholarship fund under his Will. The scholarship is to be granted to graduating seniors of Jackson County high schools. The scholarship may be renewable for four years.

Arletta Cobb established the fund under her Will for scholarships to graduating seniors of Jackson County who desire to attend a college or university. Requirements for the scholarship are a grade point average of 3.5 or higher, extracurricular activities and demonstrated financial need. The scholarship is renewable for a total of four consecutive years.

This fund was established under the Will of Elizabeth Owen to provide scholarships to residents of Jackson County attending Purdue University majoring in Civil, Mechanical or Chemical Engineering. The amount of the scholarship shall be equal to tuition to a college or university located in the State of Indiana and commonly regarded as a state-supported institution. The student shall be awarded an additional sum of $1,000.00 to apply toward other college ...

A bequest by Maude S. Welch to award scholarships in the field of nursing to residents of Jackson County and fund educational programs for nurses through Schneck Medical Center in Seymour, Indiana. Graduating student of Jackson County. Recipient must major in Nursing. May be renewable for subsequent years.

This fund was established by Edward Spray in memory of his parents, Maurice and May Spray, to provide reoccurring yearly scholarships to first-in-their-generation graduating seniors of Seymour High School. A senior must also be a current resident of Jackson County. Recipients must also be the first person in their family whose biological parents, siblings, or grandparents did not complete a four-year college degree.

Established by Susan Joann Lanam in memory of her husband, Steve. The fund will provide scholarships to students in Jackson County, Indiana seeking diplomas or certifications in any technical or trade school, community college or major university in the United States. Preference is given to students working towards vocational or career-related certifications in the electrical trades (e.g. journeyman electrician, electrical apprenticeship).

Richard “Dick” Stickles was a long-time mathematics teacher at Seymour High School. He loved teaching mathematics and seeing examples of its application to science, medicine, engineering, construction, and even art. The scholarship fund was established by his family. The scholarship is for graduating seniors of Seymour High School seeking a four-year degree in Mathematics, Sciences, Engineering, or Education. Preference will be given to students majori ...