Since 2015, Southern California Edison has significantly contributed to the Theresa A. Mike Scholarship Foundation. Through their grant funding the TAMSF is able to award 3 students within the STEM Program a scholarship of $5,000 each. We are extremely grateful to Southern California Edison for your ongoing support of this important educational program.
The goal of the Women Leaders Forum through their Young Women Leaders Program is to guide local young women into roles of leadership and success, as they prepare for college, business and life. Seniors who successfully complete the educational, community outreach, and professional mentoring at their mentor’s worksite are eligible for either a need-based or merit scholarship. WLF awards 4 scholarships in partnership with TAMSF in the amount of $2,500.
OneFuture Coachella Valley works to help students graduate prepared for college, career, and life — expanding and enhancing the local workforce so that our youth and economy thrive. Students who live in the Coachella Valley and meet the requirements outlined by OneFuture Coachella Valley have an opportunity to apply and possibly be awarded a joint matching scholarship from both organizations for up to $5,000.
California Indian Nations College began with a Strategic Planning Committee comprised of over 35 members.The Committee lives on as the CINC Advisory Committee and supports a vision to establish a two- year, accredited college with a curriculum that incorporates indigenous culture, Native language revitalization, and the re-institutionalization of traditional Native American values. Theresa A. Mike Scholarship Foundation donates funds for students to attend California Indian Nations College.