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Members of the Michigan Oil and Gas Association (MOGA) have decided to provide financial support for graduating Michigan high school seniors and college students.
Of course, they need to be seeking degrees in the crude oil and natural gas exploration and production industry.
Up to now, 42 scholarships of $500 were awarded to each graduating high school seniors accepted at Michigan colleges or universities from 2007 through 2015.
The scholarship award is $500 and will be not be paid to the recipient but directly to the Educational Institution where the applicant is enrolled.
The great thing is that scholarship is renewable on an annual basis and you can also get the additional funds exceeding the $500 dollars.
However, you will have to submit the Annual Renewal Application each year which will be reviewed and it is not guaranteed that you will get it.
This scholarship has certain eligibility requirements and those who do not fulfill them should not apply for it, because those applications will not be taken into consideration.
First and foremost, you must be a Michigan resident who can prove to have financial need.
Also, your GPA has to be 2.75 or higher calculated on a 4.00 scale.
You have to be currently enrolled in an accredited Michigan College or University and in a course of study affiliated with Michigan’s Oil and Natural Gas Industry.
How to Apply
personal resume or employment history.
Furthermore, there are certain questions that you will need to answer, such as what you career objectives are and how you feel your degree will help prepare you for a career related to Michigan’s energy production.
If you want your application to be taken into consideration, you have to submit all the data by August 3rd.