One important objective of the Heritage Museum of Montgomery County  (HMMC)  is to recognize, honor and support  the educational goals of deserving youth in Montgomery County, TX.  Annually, HMMC  provides educational opportunities to a student who has demonstrated excellence in academics and an exceptional commitment to the community. Investing in Montgomery County's future through investment in our young people is a great source of pride for HMMC.  If you possess the qualities that we require, the Heritage Museum of Montgomery County would be pleased to consider you as our next scholarship recipient.


Dear Senior and College Counselors,

The Heritage Museum is offering a $1,000.00 scholarship to a (qualified) Montgomery County graduating high school senior.  Please see the attached Scholarship Requirements with deadline date of Friday March 17, 2017.

We encourage you to distribute this to all departments, since there are many operational functions involved in sustaining a successful museum.

The application is self explanatory, and asks that the candidate explain how his or her chosen field of study could be applied to museum operations.  Our scholarship committee is open to "out of the box" thinking, and all candidates will be considered.

Thank you!

Ann Marie Hopkins and Jo Carol Oberman
2016-2017 Scholarship Committee
Heritage Museum of Montgomery County

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Congratulations to our scholarship recipient
2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
MEGAN SCHEFFE

We continue to support her progress at Emory University. Megan is shown at her meeting with the Board of Directors of the Heritage Museum of Montgomery County.

 

Continuing kudos to our scholarship recipient 
2010
REBEKAH KEEL

We are so proud of her and the work she has done since graduation. Rebekah is shown meeting with the Board of Directors of the Heritage Museum of Montgomery County, graduation from Bryn Mawr College near Philadelphia, PA, working an excavation in Macedonia and next to a panel describing a museum exhibit that she helped curate.

  • Jo Carol Oberman, Megan Scheffe and Marie Hopkins

  • Rebekah stands next to a panel describing a museum exhibit that she helped curate