The Marshall Klein Foundation is a nonprofit organization partnered directly with Hopewell and Bridgepoint Academies. The Foundation provides scholarships for continuing education to deserving Hopewell and Bridgepoint graduates. Applications are available for the MKF scholarship to current Hopewell seniors in good standing, as well as, current Hopewell/Bridgepoint transition students exiting from the vocational program. Applications must include the student information form, the student’s transcript, student nomination form, and student essay.
- The student information form should be fully completed and typed or printed legibly in black ink. (Click on Scholarship Application below.)
- The student transcript should be current and properly authorized.
- The student nomination form should be completed by a current or previous school staff member or employment supervisor. (Click on Scholarship Application below.)
- The student essay should be a typed 250-word essay that addresses but is not limited to the following: the importance of their education (past and future) and their individual career goals. Please do not include your name on or within the essay in order to maintain anonymity.
- Entries must be submitted by the stated deadline date.
Please send completed applications to Diane Hindman email@example.com. For further information or any questions, please call (815) 463-9655 x 501.
The scholarship is set up directly with the financial department of the school the student will be attending. No funds are paid directly to a student. A student must be fully registered within 6 months of receiving the scholarship in order for it to be processed. Tuition fees are then drawn from the scholarship account until the awarded funds are depleted. Be sure to consult with the registration and financial departments of the school you will be attending for their specific requirements and guidelines.
Any currently enrolled student in good standing at Hopewell or Bridgepoint Academy who is preparing to permanently exit the program (ie: graduating with a diploma or aging out) and enroll in a post-secondary program (ie: college, trade school, certification program).
The Marshall Klein Foundation was established in 2011 as a nonprofit, tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization. The foundation is partnered directly with Hopewell and Bridgepoint Academies. It provides scholarships for continuing post-secondary education for eligible Hopewell and Bridgepoint Academy graduates.