Timothy A. Longlet Memorial Scholarship
The Midland Firefighter's Youth Foundation has partnered with the Longlet Family to create a scholarship program that provides a financial award to a Michigan resident who is the son or daughter of a firefighter impacted by cancer and is pursuing a college or technical degree. This scholarship is in memory of Lieutenant Timothy Longlet (ret.) who passed away suddenly after a long and valiant fight with occupational cancer.
Open from January 1st to April 30th, the MFFYF will be accepting applications. The MFFYF will award two scholarships of up to $1000 each for a total of $2000.
Applicants must have a parent or legal guardian who was an active firefighter who was diagnosed with cancer.
Applicants must be currently enrolled for future classes in a post-secondary education institution (university/college/trade school, etc.) within the State of Michigan and have proof upon application submission.
Applicants must be a resident of Michigan and show proof upon application submission.
Applicants must submit a typed essay pertaining to how cancer has affected their family and way of life. The essay shall not be less than 500 words.