Scholarship Programs

Scholarship Programs

The Gerber Foundation offers competitive merit-based scholarships for students graduating from select high schools in Newaygo, Muskegon, or Oceana Counties in West Michigan.

Eligibility requirements & limitations

Eligibility requirements vary by scholarship. Please view the complete requirements for our Medallion, Merit, and Career-Tech Scholarships below.

The Daniel Gerber, Sr. Medallion Scholarship

The Gerber Foundation Medallion Scholarship is available to students graduating from select high schools within Newaygo County: Fremont, Grant, Hesperia, Newaygo, and White Cloud.

See the flyer for GPA eligibility requirements.

The Medallion is not available to students attending high schools in Muskegon or Oceana Counties.

Additional Information

We are not currently accepting scholarship applications. Please check back in the Fall.

Merit Scholarship

The Gerber Foundation Merit Scholarship is available to students graduating from select high schools within each county as indicated below. 

See the fliers for GPA eligibility requirements.

We are not currently accepting scholarship applications. Please check back in the Fall.

Newaygo County Career - Tech Scholarship

Newaygo County Career–Tech Scholarships are available to students graduating from one of the programs at the Newaygo County Career-Technical Center.  Students must apply during their senior year of high school.  

See the flyer for eligibility requirements.

Additional Information

We are not currently accepting scholarship applications. Please check back in the Fall.

Applying for a Scholarship

To ensure a smooth application process, please follow these steps:

  1. Before starting your application, carefully review the scholarship eligibility requirements.
  2. To begin your application, click the “Apply Online” button located below. This will redirect you to our online application system.
  3. During registration, select the high school from which you are graduating or the NCCTC if you are applying for a Career Tech scholarship. This selection is necessary for your counselor at your high school or NCCTC to input your academic information. Notify your counselor that you have started the application process.
  4. You can access the application login page again using the “Get Started” button as needed throughout the application process.
  5. Make sure all parts of your application, including the letter of recommendation, are completed and submitted by the deadline of February 28 at 4 PM ET.

We are not currently accepting scholarship applications. Please check back in the Fall.