Micron’s support and partnership created six scholarships, the Superintendent’s Micron Scholarships totaling $3,000 and were awarded to high school graduates pursuing a STEM focus in postsecondary education. Congratulations to the 2017 Superintendent’s Micron Scholars!
If you would like to sponsor a scholarship, the process is simple.
1. First, the interested donor would need to decide on an amount for the scholarship - once the funds have been donated, BELL will earmark them for the scholarship (and only the scholarship).
2. Next, the donor will choose a name for the scholarship. In the case of memorial scholarships, donors may choose to name it in a loved one's memory. However, that choice is up to the donor - BELL will use your naming preference.
3. We need to set scholarship criteria for the recipient. It might be character attributes, dedication to community, or a variety of other exemplary traits that you would like the recipient to instill. Once you decide the criteria (and I'm happy to work with you to help develop those) then I would create a scholarship application and put together a committee to help select the most deserving and qualified applicant.
4. The final step in the process would be to award the scholarship in the beginning of June during the Honors Assembly - we would invite you and your family to see the scholarship awarded as well as to be recognized yourselves.