Please check back for the 2012 CICF Scholarship Booklet on November 30, 2011.
Students must apply through CICF's online application process for these scholarship opportunities. Common Application scholarships range from $500 to $20,000. To view the scholarships and their criteria available through CICF's Common Application, please review CICF's Scholarship Information Booklet when it becomes available in November.
Benjamin Drayer Memorial Endowed Scholarship Fund –
This scholarship was established in memory of Ben Drayer by his paternal grandparents, Roger and Janet Drayer. Ben was an enthusiastic young man with a positive attitude and an enthusiasm for school who lost his battle with cystic fibrosis in 1997.
Building Division – ICA Scholarship Fund –
Associated General Contractors of Indiana, Inc. (AGC/I) and its members established this fund, formerly known as the AGC/I Construction Industry Scholarship Fund, to promote and enhance the construction industry by recognizing and underwriting some of the expenses of construction students in Indiana colleges and to encourage those students to choose post-graduate construction industry positions in Indiana.
Carter-Lee Legacy Scholarship Fund –
Carter-Lee Lumber Company is committed to being the premier supplier of quality materials and building solutions to the construction industry. Honesty, integrity, and a desire to do what is right guide the company’s actions. As a company, Carter-Lee Lumber strives to make a difference in the business relationships we are involved with and in the lives of our employees. Mr. and Mrs. David Carter desire to continue that tradition with the Carter-Lee Legacy Scholarship Fund. The fund hopes to touch the lives of young men and women, and assist them in acquiring the tools to build a successful future.
Church Church Hittle & Antrim Scholarship Fund –
Church, Church, Hittle and Antrim is a law firm in Noblesville that established this scholarship fund as a way to give back to the community.
Crooked Stick Endowed Scholarship Fund –
The fund provides scholarships for students living in Hamilton County that are interested and/or involved in golf who are pursuing a secondary education.
Debbie Holwager Memorial Fund –
This fund was established in memory of Debbie Holwager, a teacher at Clinton Young Elementary School in Perry Township. Her husband created this fund to further the education of students from this area, especially those taught by Debbie.
Earl W. and Edna L. Russell Scholarship Fund –
This scholarship fund was created by Mr. and Mrs. Russell to assist students pursuing a technical or vocational degree.
Highway, Heavy and Utility Division – ICA Scholarship Fund –
Indiana Constructors, Inc. and its members established this fund, formerly known as the Indiana Constructors, Inc. (ICI) Endowed Scholarship Fund, to assist students interested in pursuing a career in the highway, bridge, and/or the utility construction industry.
Janet Wray and Mary Jean Lawhorn Wollenweber Scholarship Fund –
Charles Thomas Wollenweber established this fund in memory of his wives, Janet Wray and Mary Jean Lawhorn Wollenweber. This scholarship was created to support Arsenal Tech High School graduates who plan or are pursuing a career in social work.
Jason Baker Public Safety Endowed Scholarship Fund –
This fund was established in memory of Marion County Sheriff Deputy Jason M. Baker #232 who was killed in the line of duty. Jason Baker dedicated his life to service, community, and country. Jason’s parents, Jerry and Sharon Baker, established the fund in memory of their son. Jerry Baker has served as a law enforcement officer since 1971.
Joseph B. and Frieda G. Farwick Scholarship Fund –
Joseph was a 1929 graduate of Sheridan High School. He played football at Purdue University and later worked for American State Bank. Frieda was a homemaker who enjoyed supporting Sheridan sports and music. The scholarship fund was created to continue to support Sheridan students.
La Plaza Scholarship Fund –
Leaders of the Hispanic community came together in the spring of 1997 with a vision to build a program that would focus on scholarships for Hispanic youth within the state of Indiana. Charles Garcia, Luis Dominguez, and Esperanza Zendejas founded the Hispanic Scholarship Fund. The mission of the fund is to provide financial support to Hispanic youth of Indiana for post-secondary education and retain high quality Hispanic individuals to the Indiana work force
Mexican Scholarship Fund –
The Mexican Scholarship Fund was created by the Consulate of Mexico in Indianapolis to promote and encourage students of Mexican descent to pursue higher education.
Michael and Anna Kurty Scholarship for Students of Engineering –
Mr. and Mrs. George Kurty created this scholarship in honor of Mr. Kurty’s parents.
Mildred B. Price Nursing Scholarship Fund
Professional Tennis Association Scholarship -
The Professional Tennis Scholarship was created to provide scholarships for children or current or former professional tennis player whose family members have been affected by cancer. Note: The deadline was extended to August 1, 2011. Click here to learn more or apply.
R.B. Annis Scholarship Fund -
This fund was created in memory of R.B. Annis to honor his commitment and passion for providing educational opportunities to those in financial need.
Steve Sallee Scholarship Fund – Steve Sallee was retired Director of Operations for Midwest Brake & Wheel, Inc. He was an avid karting enthusiast and was a member of the Kart Racers of America and the World Karting Association. He raced as an adult and his son raced as a youth. The fund was established as a way to carry on his name by benefiting young Kart racers who show good sportsmanship.
Walter Blackburn Scholarship Fund –
Walter Scott Blackburn, founder of Blackburn Architects, was the lead architect of the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati, the Black Cultural Center at Purdue University, The Malcolm X Institute at Wabash College, and local architect for the Artsgarden, among other landmarks. His wife, Alpha Blackburn, created the fund in his memory.