Open to All Four Campuses
All Scholarships Due March 23rd
The Brian Fink Memorial Scholarship is given by Brian’s family. Brian was a career tech student who brought joy and laughter to those who knew and loved him. Brian’s family has endowed this scholarship in hopes that the recipient of this award will pass on this celebration of life to others.
The Bob Beckstedt Memorial Scholarship is given in recognition of his contributions to the students of Great Oaks. As a board member and volunteer, Bob worked diligently to ensure the continuation of the Great Oaks vision for all students. The recipient of this award exemplifies those high aspirations.
The Great Oaks Education Foundation Scholarship is awarded to one student at each campus. The foundation believes in providing support to meet the needs of our students, so that they can focus on their education and their future.
The Angela M. and John G. Halpin Grant is given in recognition of the Halpin's belief in the value and need for skilled labor. The Halpin family believes in the importance of providing our adult and high school graduates the tools and equipmnet needed to be successful as they start their careers as well as continuing to increase their skills b earning additional credentials and certifications in their field.
Open to Select Campuses
The James Hulick Memorial Scholarship ($1000) is given to a Scarlet Oaks student by the family of James Hulick. James was a Scarlet Oaks mechanics student in the 1970s and passed away during his senior year.
The Harper Jane Zuefle Memorial Scholarship ($1000) is awarded to a Laurel Oaks senior. Harper was a young student in the Acorn Center who was tragically killed. The recipient of this special honor not only meets high standards in both academic and career skills, but is also an individual who “lights up a room” just as Harper’s presence always did.
The Da’Niesha Williams Memorial Scholarship ($1000) is awarded to a Scarlet Oaks student. Da’Niesha Williams was a 2011 graduate in Health Technology. She exemplified the highest qualities of a health care professional—hard working, conscientious, high performing, and most of all, compassionate.
The Rotary Club of Northeast Cincinnati will be awarding five, $500 grants to Scarlet Oaks Seniors. These grants can be used to help prepare for your next steps in life-whether it is buying tools or completing a certificate to start your trade or beginning work on an associate's degree.