FREE 2 Week Nursing Summer Residency

FREE 2 Week Nursing Summer Residency

​EnAct is a successful (and free!) U-M School of Nursing opportunity for middle school and high school students – 2 weeks in-residence on campus, learning about the nursing profession. ​​

Application Deadline: May 24, 2013

EnAct is a great program that recruits middle and high school students from disadvantaged backgrounds to learn about nursing while staying at U-M for two weeks during the summer.

Lindsay Reed, who went through EnAct, came to U-M as a nursing student, and is now a brand new alumna – a terrific example of the program’s success.

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NOBILE Scholarship $1,000


The Metropolitan Detroit Chapter of the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE) is now accepting applications for college scholarships from qualified high school seniors who reside in the Detroit Metropolitan area.

The scholarships are typically $1,000 grants for one-year based upon academic achievement, community service activities and financial need.

Eligible applicants must enroll full-time in a (2) two or (4) four-year degree program at an accredited college or university for the fall 2013 term.

Your application and all requested documentation must be completed, postmarked and received no later than Friday, June 14, 2013 to be considered.

Download the application here: NOBLE Scholarship 2013

Detroit Scholarship Fund

Detroit Scholarship Fund

The Detroit Scholarship Fund (DSF), administered by the Detroit Regional Chamber, ensures that any Detroit-resident student graduating in the spring of 2013 from a high school in the city of Detroit will have a tuition-free path to an associate degree or technical certificate at any one of five participating community colleges.

In 2011, Governor Rick Snyder announced his intention to provide Detroit high school graduates with a tuition-free path to an associate degree or technical certificate. The Detroit Regional Chamber is now pleased to administer the new Detroit Scholarship Fund to fulfill the Governor’s pledge.
How do I qualify? Register here: Detroit Scholarship Find Registration

  • Attend any high school in the city of Detroit for at least two years and graduate in the spring of 2013 (must be a Detroit resident). This includes schools operated by Detroit Public Schools (DPS) and the Education Achievement Authority (EAA), as well as self-governing, charter, private, alternative, and parochial schools.
  • Successfully complete and submit the FAFSA by June 30, 2013.
  • Register for the DSF by June 30, 2013.
  • Be admitted to a participating community college.
  • Participate in the mandatory student academic success activities as outlined by the participating community colleges. This may include orientation sessions, study groups and/or classes on academic success.

How does it work?

Students must complete the Federal Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) in order to secure any federal Pell and state Tuition Incentive Program (TIP) funding for which they may be eligible. The DSF will cover any difference between the full cost of tuition plus mandatory fees and the amount of Pell and TIP grants offered to the student at the participating community colleges (listed below). Students will not need to take out loans or apply other scholarship dollars toward their tuition and mandatory fees beyond what they receive in Pell and TIP funding.
Once enrolled at a participating community college, students must complete at least 24 credit hours per year that meet Pell-eligibility, satisfactory academic progress, and satisfactory academic standing.
Participating Community Colleges:

  • Henry Ford Community College
  • Macomb Community College
  • Oakland Community College
  • Schoolcraft College
  • Wayne County Community College District

Please visit these sites to learn more about programs of interest and how to apply for admission.

Choose Life Day

Choose Life Day


  • FREE Mobile Dental Services
  • One-on-One Basket Ball
  • Zumba for kids
  • Fire House Safety
  • Jump Rope & Hula Hoop Contests
  • Opsticle Course
  • Soccer
  • Lots of Fun! Fun! Fun! Activities!
  • And sign-up for health insurance!

Jay Z’s Shawn Carter Scholarship


Jay Z’s Shawn Carter Scholarship Foundation is doing its part to help under served students get a higher education. The foundation offers scholarships to single mothers, children who attend alternative schools, students who have earned a GED, students with grade point averages of 2.0 and students who have previously been incarcerated, etc., but desire a higher education. If you or someone you know is a high school senior, college student, and/or between the ages of 18-25 pursuing studies at a vocational or trade school, you may be eligible for the Shawn Carter Scholarship. All applicants must be a US Citizen and complete the on-line application no later than the published deadline date, which is May 31, 2013.


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