Central Kentucky Community Foundation will award more than $300,000 in college scholarships for the 2019-20 academic year.
Scholarship applications are now being accepted through Scholarship Central, CKCF’s easy-to-use online scholarship portal located at ckcf4people.org. Using just one application, students can apply for a variety of the 160 scholarships available to award. Students have from now until midnight EST March 1 to apply.
Many of these scholarships are available to students who live in Hardin County, no matter what high school they attend, including several for students who plan to attend Elizabethtown Community and Technical College.
Some of the scholarships available to students who reside in Hardin County for 2019 include:
Dr. Jim Owen Memorial Scholarship $500 award to a graduating high school senior planning to attend ECTC.
Elizabethtown Community and Technical College Scholarships Multiple scholarships with varying amounts available to new and returning students planning to attend ECTC.
Central Kentucky Community Foundation Scholarship to Elizabethtown Community and Technical College
Dr. and Mrs. E.H. Durnil Scholarship
Dr. Larry and Mary Lou Hall Scholarship
Dr. Linda Mayhew STEM
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis H. Hall Scholarship
Gourmands International Culinary Scholarship $1,000 award to a Culinary Arts student at ECTC.
James and Betty Holeman Scholarship $2,000 awarded to a graduating senior from a high school in the Lincoln Trail Region of Kentucky and plans to attend a two- or four-year academic or technical school.
John Dink Memorial Scholarship Multiple $2,000 scholarships awarded to graduating seniors residing in Hardin County.
Mac Michaelis Scholarship $500 award to a resident of Hardin County.
Rylee Marie Razon Memorial Equine Scholarship $1,000 award to a graduating senior residing in Hardin County.
Trooper Ponder Memorial Scholarship $954 award to multiple students in Hardin County. Priority given to those interested in a law enforcement career.
Scholarships vary in amount and eligibility criteria. Collectively they represent a wide range of qualifications to reach students at many levels of academic achievement, community and school involvement, and financial situations. CKCF serves a large region, and some scholarships are specific for particular counties or schools. Information about available scholarships can be found at www.ckcf4people.org. See specific scholarships for detailed application criteria.