Stout Scholarships

  • Stout school is awarding two $500 scholarships to one graduating Edsel Ford High School senior and one Dearborn High School senior who attended Stout Middle School for all three years of middle school and met the requirements on our application (minimum overall GPA of 3.0, participated in clubs or sports in high school, etc.)
  • Click here for the link to the application 
  • Please encourage seniors that you know attended Stout Middle School to apply!
  • Funded by the awesome Stout Staff and Stout Parents
https://dearbornedfoundation.org/category/scholarships/

Ladies of the Islamic Center of America
Scholarship Program

Ladies of the Islamic Center of America’s Luncheon Committee are excited to announce its
seventh annual scholarship program. Our goal is to aid young Muslim women as they pursue
higher education to accomplish their dreams.


This scholarship application is open to female Muslim women seniors (12th grade) currently
attending Dearborn High, Edsel Ford, Fordson and Crestwood High Schools and have definite
plans to attend college. Students will have the opportunity to compete for a $1000 scholarship
towards college expenses. One recipient will be selected from each high school, and
scholarships will be issued directly to winners.
Eligibility Criteria:

  1. The scholarship is open to female Muslim high school seniors attending Dearborn High,
    Fordson, Edsel Ford, or Crestwood High Schools. Applicants must have plans to attend
    college.
  2. The scholarship will be issued in the form of a check to the recipient directly. The ICA will
    request prior verification that the student does have plans to attend college post
    graduation. Winners must verify identity with the ICA before scholarship can be issued.
  3. Scholarship winners are ineligible for the subsequent ICA general scholarship. All other
    applicants will be forwarded for consideration for the general scholarship through the
    ICA.
  4. Applicants should demonstrate exceptional merit, leadership, and uphold values of
    young aspiring Muslim women (i.e. kindness, generosity, patience, etc).
  5. All applicants must have a minimum GPA of 3.5 or higher.

Submission Requirements

  1. Submit a copy of your high school transcripts.
  2. Optional: a letter of recommendation from a teacher OR include a resume that
    highlights extra curricular activities and initiatives centered on community service.
  3. Submit an essay between 500 – 750 words, answering the following question:

In accordance with this year’s theme, “Sweet 16!” is a coming of age generally celebrated in
American culture, marking both maturity and the earliest stages of adulthood. While you may
have moved a year or two past your 16th birthday, think back to this special time in your life. In
what ways do you feel you have personally evolved or grew to better yourself as a young
Muslim woman? What aspects about yourself would you still like to improve? What are your
future goals and how will your personal growth help you accomplish them?


Please submit your essay, official transcript, and contact information to Lory Fakih
(Loryfakih@yahoo.com).
Include as subject line: Ladies of the Islamic Center of America-Scholarship Applicant.


All submissions are due no later than Friday February 3, 2023 by midnight. No late entries
will be accepted.


Winners will be notified via email and will be honored at the annual Luncheon on
February 11, 2023.

Federal Law Enforcement Officers in Training

Federal Law Enforcement Officers in Training (FLEOT) Camp is a three-day camp designed for outstanding high school sophomores and juniors. This camp will take place January 4-6, 2023, and aim to demystify U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) components by introducing students to aspects of the organization, responsibilities, and tools that the agencies rely on to execute their respective missions to secure the Homeland
.
The camp has limited space and is highly competitive. Students interested in public service or law enforcement are encouraged to apply, however, this camp is open to any local high school sophomores or juniors in good standing with a passion for homeland security.
 
Students must complete the application in full. Applications are due back to DetroitCMO@cbp.dhs.gov no later than December 9, 2022. Incomplete and late
applications will not be accepted.
 
For questions, please contact Mr. Youssef Fawaz via email at youssef.fawaz@cbp.dhs.gov.
 
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