The Higher Learning Ministry's goal is to provide educational guidance and assistance to all Shiloh students (Pre-K through college).
Click here to check out our Scholarship Board
Monthly Student Spotlight
The Higher Learning Ministry also likes to share the success and achievements of our youth here at Shiloh.
If you would like to nominate a student of the month, click here for a fillable document.
We invite you to check out our monthly Higher Learning Ministry Student Spotlight.
Higher Learning Scholarship Fundraiser:
The Higher Learning Ministry invites you to be an active part of “Making a Change” in the life of a student. You can participate by donating your change each Sunday to our Scholarship Fund. Special collections baskets will be available during offering times. Want to honor a loved one living or deceased? Donors making donations of $500 or more can have a scholarship in honor of your love one. Please use the specially marked envelopes to submit your donations. Cash, Checks and Credit Cards are welcomed! Please make sure to complete the information on the envelope to ensure your donation is properly designated. Scholarships will be presented in the spring when we celebrate our Graduates. See any member of the Higher Learning Ministry for more information.
Nellie Stone Johnson Scholarship
A Labor and education partnership
Application Deadline: June 1, 2015
To be eligible, a scholarship applicant must be a racial minority and a union member or be the child, grandchild, or spouse of a union member. Scholarships are awarded to both full-time and part-time students who will be attending a MnSCU tech or community college or state university in the fall of 2015.
Scholarship amounts are: $1,200 for full-time students (12 or more credits undergraduate or 6 credits or more graduate)
Scholarships are given each year to students who enroll in two/four year, undergraduate or graduate program. Scholarships may be renewed for up to two years for community or technical college programs, up to four years for students working toward a bachelor's degree, and two years for those enrolled in a master's program.
Applications and additional information about the scholarship are available on line at: http://www.nelliestone.org