End the Silence Scholarship created with Bay College
ESCANABA — A new scholarship was created within the Bay College Foundation by the Delta County Suicide Prevention Task Force. The scholarship, funded with proceeds from the End the Silence Walk held September 10, will help support Bay College students in their final year studying social work.
“Mental health services and social workers are highly needed within our community. The task force feels it is imperative to help support the need, and providing scholarships for students desiring a social work career is a great fit,” said Cindy Bintner of the Delta County Suicide Prevention Task Force.
The first two scholarships will be awarded to Bay College students for winter semester. Students may apply at www.baycollege.edu/scholarships by October 15.
The Bay College Foundation awards over $550,000 in scholarships to Bay College students based on the preferences of generous donors. For more information on supporting students and scholarships, visit www.baycollege.edu/foundation, email email@example.com or phone 906.217.1700.