ADULT CAREER EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIES ENDOWMENT FUND
Established in 2010
by a grant from the Chichester-Dupont Foundation to provide financial
assistance to adult residents of the Junction City area who are seeking
training, certification or schooling which will advance their career
BROOKS MIKKELSEN AND ARLENE COX MIKKELSEN ENDOWMENT
in 1998. Scholarship awarded to a graduating senior or continuing college
student who has demonstrated a commitment to increasing her/her knowledge
in mathematics and/or music and who activities or volunteer work have
demonstrated interest in becoming a teacher or involvement in activities
which support public education.
BETTY PITNEY MEMORIAL ENDOWMENT SCHOLARSHIP FOR LCC
Established in 2002. Consideration is to be given first to a woman 19
years of age or older, seeking education or returning to Lane Community
College; secondly, to a graduating Junction City High School senior woman
who will be attending Lane Community College. If no one qualifies in the
above categories, it may be awarded to any Junction City High School
graduating senior who will be attending Lane Community College.
Involvement in community and school activities, especially FFA, music and
drama, will be considered.
BUD AND BETTY CARPENTER
Established 2003 to award a scholarship to a senior who has attended all
four years at Junction City High School who plans to attend a community
college or technical school; preference given to a student in need if need
is known by committee.
CASEY WAHI MEMORIAL ENDOWMENT FUND
Established in 2007 by the Eugene Active 20-30 Foundation. Scholarship
awarded to a JCHS graduate with a minimum 3.0 GPA planning to attend a
4-year college or university, a community college or an accredited trade
school. Preference will be given to an applicant expressing interest in
the field of education. May be combined with other funds resulting in a
DEAN MOES COMMUNITY ENDOWMENT FUND
Established in 2003. Scholarship is available to a JCHS graduating senior
with a minimum 3.0 GPA.
ELBERT AND VELMA STARNS FFA ENDOWMENT
award an annual grant to the JCHS Future Farmers of America.
ERIC & SHARON SCHRENK ENDOWMENT FUND
Established in 2006 by Eric & Sharon Schrenk. An annual scholarship
awarded to a JCHS graduate or to a college student who primary residence
is within the JC School District. May be combined with other funds
resulting in a larger scholarship.
ETF COMMUNITY MEMORIAL
Established in 2002 to assist in providing scholarships and educational
ETF ENDOWMENT FUND
Established 2000 to be used to pay education grants, student scholarships
and ETF administrative expenses.
ETF GRANT ENDOWMENT FUND
Established in 1999 to award annual grants which create and/or enhance
educational offerings in the area served by the Junction City School
ETF TIGER ALUMNI ENDOWMENT FUND
Established in 2005 to award scholarships to JCHS graduating seniors, with
first preference going to seniors whose parent/guardian is a JCHS alumnus.
GARY BUTLER MEMORIAL ENDOWMENT
Established in 2006 by Grady and Gerry Butler and family, to award a
scholarship in odd-numbered years to a JCHS senior who exhibits an
athletic lifestyle and has a desire to work with children or special
education in the future.
GAYLE DENISON STROME ENDOWMENT SCHOLARSHIP FUND
Established in 2001 to award a scholarship to an outstanding mathematics
or physical science student (physics or chemistry).
HOWARD GIBSON FAMILY ENDOWMENT
Established in 1996 to award a scholarship to an outstanding graduating
high school senior who is involved in school and community activities, who
understands government structure and political systems, and who shows
promise of succeeding in earning a college level degree in the agriculture
or business field. Ideally, the recipient has succeeded in the FFA on the
parliamentary procedure team. A minimum GPA average of 3.2 and minimum SAT
scores of 1350 are preferred.
JIM HIGGINS MEMORIAL ENDOWMENT FUND
Established 2007 by the Higgins Family to award an annual scholarship to a
graduating JCHS senior with a minimum 2.5 GPA and at least two years of
active membership in the Future Farmers of America.
MEMORIAL ENDOWMENT FUND
A grant or scholarship shall be awarded annually. In selecting a recipient
ETF shall attempt to award a grant that is aimed at promoting health
and/or health education within the Junction City School District, with a
preference to programs at the elementary level. In the event that a grant
cannot be awarded under those guidelines then ETF should award a
scholarship to a student seeking training in a health-related field.
MEMORIAL ENDOWMENT FUND
Established 2010 by
Alice Norris to award an annual scholarship to an applicant who plans to
attend Oregon State University. Preference given to an applicant planning
to study agriculture or a related field.
JOHN AND ARDETH
HAURIGAN ENDOWMENT FUND
Established 2003 to
award an annual scholarship to an adult attending college in pursuit of
their first degree or certificate in their chosen field of study.
Preference may be given to a student planning to attend Lane Community
College. May be combined with other funds to result in a larger
JUSTIN MOORE MEMORIAL ENDOWMENT FUND
Established in 1998 by Susan Moore. Scholarship is available to a high
school graduating senior with a love of life, who respects others and
honors true friendship, preferably interested in engineering or
architecture; GPA 2.5 or above.
KEN AND MAXINE HAYS MEMORIAL ENDOWMENT
Established in 2007 to award an annual scholarship.
LARRY BROWN AND JERI BROWN ENDOWMENT FUND
Established in 1997 to provide scholarships and grants to be determined by
ETF, and also to be used for ETF administrative costs.
LONG TOM GRANGE LARRY CROWLEY COMMEMORATIVE ENDOWMENT
Established in 2007 to award an annual scholarship to an applicant who has
successfully completed one year of college. Consideration will be given to
the degree to which the applicant has demonstrated an active and involved
lifestyle through involvement in local and school government, civic
organizations, community service, employment, school extracurricular
activities, study abroad and internships.
LONG TOM GRANGE SCHOOL PROGRAMS ENDOWMENT FUND
Established in 2004 to distribute earnings to school programs identified
by the Long Tom Grange.
LORRI & JIM RAMSEYER ENDOWMENT FUND FOR ETF BOARD DEVELOPMENT, LEADERSHIP
Established 2008 by Lorri and Jim Ramseyer. Distributions from the fund
will be directed by the ETF Board toward activities that will enhance ETF
Board development, leadership and governance.
LUCILE & ELMER ANDREWS FAMILY ENDOWMENT FUND
Established in 2008 by the Andrews Family. Commencing in 2009 an annual
scholarship is awarded to a graduating special education student who is
seeking additional education/training. If not such student meets these
criteria then the scholarship may be awarded to a student who expresses a
strong desire to work in the field of education.
MAX AND ROSE STRAUSS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT FUND
Established in 2007 by Dr. Michael Strauss to award an annual scholarship
to a JCHS graduate, with preference given to an applicant who has
demonstrated leadership and involvement in school and community
MICHAEL T. DUBROWA MEMORIAL ENDOWMENT SCHOLARSHIP
Established in 2006 by Corey DuBrowa and Karen Higgins to award a
scholarship to a Junction City High School graduating senior intending to
continue their education in the field of social sciences or the pursuit of
SOROPTIMIST INTERNATIONAL OF JUNCTION CITY ENDOWMENT FUND
Established in 2009 to award an annual scholarship to a woman at least 25
years of age who is continuing post-secondary education at an accredited
STARNS FAMILY ENDOWMENT
Established in 2001. This scholarship should be awarded to a person of
integrity with a determination to pursue additional education beyond high
school that will improve their likelihood of success.
SUSIE IRWIN MEMORIAL ENDOWMENT FUND
Established in 1991 by Thomas Irwin, an annual scholarship awarded to a
Junction City High School graduating senior or college student in
agriculture. The recipient shall have a minimum GPA of 3.0, demonstrate a
strong work ethic and have been active in extracurricular activities (e.g.
sports, student government, FFA or 4-H).
BOB BUTLER ENDOWMENT FUND
Established in 2014 to award an annual
scholarship to a JCHS graduating senior with an interest in being a
LEE CHASE CROSSMAN ENDOWMENT
Established in 2003 to award an annual
scholarship to a JCHS graduate, preferably with a science-oriented
background, minimum GPA of 3.5 with first preference given to a student
pursuing a medical professional degree.