Through the Scholarship Program, scholarships are available for graduating high school seniors, adults needing to return to education to better their quality of life, adults needing certification courses, and mentally- or physically-challenged individuals for therapeutic programs.
This multiple-tier scholarship program includes the following scholarships:
High School Senior Scholarships given to graduating Montgomery County high school seniors who have been accepted to a Texas public two-year or four-year university/college.
Continuation Scholarships which provide education funds and assistance to students who received the High School Senior Scholarship and are enrolled in their sophomore, junior, or senior year in a Texas university/college.
Scholarships for Adults given to students who attend public colleges and universities to develop work skills in response to life- or work-altering events.
Workforce Scholarships which provide tuition for adults who want to become certified in workforce careers and to high school students who need supplies to complete courses.
Special Needs Scholarship which provide assistance to physically-challenged or special needs individuals who lack the financial resources to participate in therapeutic programs that can improve their well-being and functional skills.
Elizabeth M. McCreight Scholarships given to female STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) students. This scholarship is funded by a bequeath of funds donated by the Elizabeth M. McCreight family.
A critical part of the program involves assigning members as mentors to each scholarship recipient to provide a unique support system of emotional and responsible support.