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Randy Lee Scholarship Fund
Established by Midland attorney Randy Lee, these scholarships provide assistance to outstanding graduates of Midland High, Midland Lee and Greenwood High schools to enter the university of his or her choice. The Randy Lee Scholarship award is based on the following criteria:
– Scholastic achievement,
– Good citizenship,
– Leadership qualities.
Rankin Community Education Endowment
The Rankin Community Education Scholarship, created by community residents, supports education opportunities for citizens served by Rankin Independent School District and for RHS graduates pursuing a college education or vocational training.
Rape Crisis Victim Services of Big Spring Endowment Fund
An agency endowment fund supporting the Rape Crisis Victim Services in Big Spring.
Recording Library of West Texas Endowment Fund
An agency endowment fund supporting the work of the Recording Library of West Texas.
Riddle Family Scholarship Fund
In 2010, Jane and Ray Riddle established the *Riddle Family Scholarship* to assist students of Native American origin who attend Lewis-Clark State College in Lewiston, Idaho. The scholarship honors the Riddle’s two daughters, Nancy Dowling and Jann Hill, and their life-long commitment to education. Application information is available under the heading Education at http://www.lcsc.edu/financialaid/scholarships-and-waivers/education-and-kinesiology/.
Robert Posey, Jr. Endowment for Brewster, Jeff Davis and Presidio Counties
A community endowment fund to support the charitable and educational organizations in Brewster, Jeff Davis and Presidio counties. Grants requests from each county received during the two competitive grant cycle are awarded through this fund.
Safe Place of the Permian Basin Endowment Fund
An agency endowment fund supporting the work of Safe Place of the Permian Basin.
Salvation Army of Midland Building Endowment
An agency endowment fund supporting the building operations of the Salvation Army of Midland.
Scarborough-Linebery Home Endowment Fund
An designated endowment fund supporting the Scarborough-Linebery Home.
Shannon S. Lea Memorial Scholarship Fund
Created by Jerry J. Lea in loving memory of his daughter, the Shannon S. Lea Memorial Scholarship assists Midland County public school graduates who attend Midland College. To be eligible for consideration, students must be children of current or retired employees from one of the following public service organizations:
– City of Midland Police Department
– City of Midland Fire Department
– Midland County Sheriff’s Office
Sharyland Utilities Scholarship Fund
Sibley Nature Center Endowment Fund
An agency endowment fund supporting the Sibley Nature Center.
South Odessa Community Endowment
An endowed fund supporting charitable organizations serving South Odessa.
Springboard Center Endowment
A designated fund supporting the work of The Springboard Center.
St. John’s Episcopal Church Endowment Fund
An endowment fund supporting St. John’s Episcopal Church in Odessa, Texas.
Standard Sales Company, LP Charitable Giving Fund
A corporate donor advised fund supported by employees of Standard Sales. Grant recommendations are submitted by a committee of employees.
Stephen Neace Memorial Scholarship Fund
Family and friends of Stephen created the Stephen Neace Memorial Scholarship in 2008. A graduate of Monahans High School and the University of Texas of the Permian Basin, Stephen was working as a scientist at the time of his death. Scholarship awards based on the following criteria:
– graduating senior from Monahans High School,
– attends the University of Texas of the Permian Basin, with preference given to those majoring in biology,
– demonstrates financial need,
– exhibits good citizenship and the desire and dedication to succeed in a college environment.
For more information including an application, contact Teresa Burnett, Monahans Chamber of Commerce. Applications are turned in to the high school counselor.
Ted G. Roden Memorial Scholarship Fund of Standard Sales Company LP
Established in honor of its company founder, the Ted G. Roden Memorial Scholarship of Standard Sales is open to full-time company employees or spouse/qualifying child (as determined by IRS criteria) of full-time company employees. To be considered, an applicant must be a high school senior (or graduate) and enroll at a two- or four-year academic institution that results in an associate’s degree, bachelor’s degree or post-graduate degree. Attendance at a state-funded technical college is permissible if the course of study results in an associate’s degree.
Full-time employees are permitted to enroll in a minimum course load of 6 hours; dependents (spouses and qualifying children) are required to enroll as full-time students.
Scholarships are awarded based on financial need, academic performance, participation in extracurricular activities, potential to succeed in a college environment, and good citizenship.
Teen Challenge of the Permian Basin Endowment Fund
An agency endowment fund supporting Teen Challenge of the Permian Basin.
The Life Center Endowment Fund
An agency endowment fund supporting The Life Center.
The United Way of Big Spring and Howard County Endowment
An agency endowment supporting the operations of the United Way of Big Spring and Howard County.
Thelma Windham Scholarship Fund
Thelma Bayless Windham, a longtime resident of McCamey and Upton County, is honored by her family with a scholarship in her name. The Thelma Windham Scholarship provides financial assistance to average or above average graduates of Upton County high schools for continued education. Scholarship awards are based on the following:
– graduate of an Upton County high school,
– attend an accredited college or university in the state of Texas,
– financial need.
Tillapaugh Public History Fund
Todd Shiplet Memorial Scholarship Fund
Friends and family established the Todd Shiplet Memorial Scholarship following his death in 2003. Scholarship awards are based on the following criteria:
– applicant must be a graduating senior from a Midland County, Texas, high school,
– must have maintained a minimum 2.5 grade point average based on a 4.0 grade point average scale,
– financial need,
– good citizenship,
– desire and dedication to succeed in a college environment.