Metro Detroit Community Outreach in Western Michigan University’s Office of Precollege Programming provides services and programs designed to engage K-12 students and their parents in Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties interested in opportunities for higher education.
Programs and services to community, faith based and youth serving organizations include:
- Conduct college readiness workshops/presentations at meetings and conferences.
- Resource tables at community events.
- Develop and nurture collaborative relationships and partnerships between the University and others in the tri-county area.
- Metro Detroit Scholarships Intensive Workshops for junior and high school students and their families.
- Information sessions about WMU programs and services.
A great resource for information on scholarships is Enact Your Future, Inc.
Resources for attending college
- One-on-one virtual support from Detroit College Access Network every Monday/Wednesday/Friday 1 to 3 p.m.
- Detroit College Access Network is offering free services to those seeking to enroll in college or a career program. Coming late June.
Resources for Scholarships
- Application for the Alsame Scholarship
- Application for the Detroit Alumnae Chapter scholarship
- Application for the Men Who Dare scholarship
- Application for the Metro Detroit Youth Day Scholarship
- Skillman Scholarship Directory
- Top 10 scholarships with deadlines in April 2020
- Top 10 scholarships with deadlines in May 2020
Listed below are upcoming events and activities when scheduled. To schedule a presentation or request a resource table send an email to email@example.com or call (269) 599-2496.