Six students for MTCC affiliated campuses around the state of Montana were awarded MTCC's spring 2018 Civic Engagement Scholarship, and an additional six received the scholarship in the fall of 2018, with the support of Reach Higher Montana and the Governor's Office of Community Service. MTCC had a highly competitive group of 39 students apply for the scholarship, each accomplishing an exemplary service effort that is making positive change in their institutions, communities and the world. The award recognizes students at MTCC affiliate campuses who have dedicated significant time and resources to volunteer projects while they are pursuing a degree or certificate. These scholarships utilize funds raised by MTCC’s network office and are matched by MTCC affiliate campuses. Following are the winners of the 2018 scholarship. To learn more about the spring recipients click here and to read about the fall 2018 recipients, click here.
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In the fall of 2016 we had a highly competitive group of 32 students apply for the Civic Engagement scholarship. Every applicant is doing exemplary service work and making significant differences in their institutions, communities and the world. To learn more about their community work and aspirations, click here.
Following are this years winners:
About the Civic Engagement Scholarship
Launched in the fall of 2015, MTCC's Civic Engagement Scholarship honors the contributions college students make to community life in Montana and beyond. These $1000 scholarships utilize funds raised at the Garden City Triathlon, and are matched by MTCC affiliate institutions. Awarded to current students who have completed at least one year of college at an MTCC affiliate campus in good standing, the scholarship recognizes students who have completed a significant community-based service effort, while pursuing a degree or certificate.
Applications for the 2017 Scholarship award will open in September 2017. Check back here in September to get more information.
Past Years' Winners—2015 Winners:
Top row (left to right):Taylor Warren, Carroll College; Holly Johnson, University of Great Falls;Annalese Warner, University of Montana.
Bottom row: Nicholas Bragg, Montana State University; Alicia Morley, Montana Tech; Katy Warner, University of Montana.
Nicholas Bragg, Montana State University.
Volunteer service: Park County Relay for Life, Elementary and middle school basketball coaching.
Holly Johnson, University of Great Falls.
Volunteer service: Disability Awareness Week at the University of Great Falls.
Alicia Morley, Montana Tech.
Volunteer service: Anaconda Women's Club, Anaconda Relay for Life, Head Start Policy Council.
Annalese Warner, University of Montana.
Volunteer service: Special Olympics, Big Brothers Big Sisters
Katy Warner, University of Montana.
Volunteer service: Flagship Program, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Special Olympics, Global Partner, and Study Abroad Ambassador.
Taylor Warren, Carroll College.
Volunteer service: Carroll College Headlights, Big Brothers Big Sisters