MCWT Gives Nine Women Scholarships, Prizes

The Michigan Council of Women in Technology Foundation Thursday awarded nine women in various stages of their academic or professional careers with laptop stipends and scholarships at the Birmingham Country Club.

WWJ Newsradio 950–06/23/2011


Start Your Scholarship Search This Summer

Of all the math students and families do, some of the most challenging is adding up how to pay for college.

WWJ Newsradio 950–06/17/2011


Transfer Scholarships Available June 2 at Kettering U Transfer Day

Transfer students who are looking for scholarship support and good co-op job opportunities are invited to Kettering University Transfer Day on Thursday, June 2, in Flint. The 2-6 p.m. event will be in Kettering’s Campus Center.

WWJ Newsradio 950–05/17/2011


Wayne County Student Scholars

(WWJ) A Wayne County program offers hope for high students who need help paying for college education. Wayne County Executive Robert Ficano this week is awarding 40 thousand dollars in scholarships through his hope foundation.

WWJ Newsradio 950–04/05/2011


Focus: HOPE to Accept 500 Qualified Applicants at Open House

Education scholarships will be available and no qualified applicant will be refused because of financial need as part of a Focus: HOPE open house from noon to 5 p.m. on Wednesday, March 23.


Kalamazoo Valley Community College

KVCC Bequest To Be Used For Scholarships

Kalamazoo Valley Community College reported this week that it had received a significant financial gift that will be used for student scholarships.



Genesee Chamber Accepting Applications For Entrepreneurial Scholarships

Women with entrepreneurial aspirations and looking to further their education are encouraged to apply for the Katharine Roat Stevens Scholarship Fund award and the Katharine Roat Stevens Education and Training Fund award. The two scholarships are given annually and managed by the Genesee Chamber Foundation.


Math Studies Can Pay Off Big

Students and families do not always realize that the math they are learning and being tested on in high school can help them pay their college bills in years to come. Many colleges, including community […]

WWJ Newsradio 950–01/07/2011

How To Stay On Track With College Applications

September is a good month to get your college application calendar ready. The fall will slip away before your family knows it, along with many opportunities.


Education Minute 08/27

WWJ Newsradio’s Pat Vitale reports on education tips that are beyond the classrom. The Education Minute is a joint production with Eastern Michigan University and WWJ Newsradio 950.