Community Foundation Scholarships
You study. We pay.

Easton Community Foundation Scholarships are awarded annually in the spring to two graduating students at Northland, Mifflin, Ft Hayes, and Gahanna Lincoln high schools. Each of the eight students selected annually receives a $2,500 renewable two-year scholarship.  Applications are available through the guidance counselors at each school.  Since 2004, the Foundation has awarded over $400,000 in scholarships to the partner schools.

Applications for Easton Community Foundation Scholarships
Recipients are selected using criteria based on need, educational focus, character and academic potential.  Applications are administered through each school? guidance counselors and the Easton Community Foundation.  Students interested in applying for the renewable scholarship can begin the process after the New Year.  Each candidate must complete an application that includes a personal essay, transcript, student aid report and two recommendations.  Students should contact their school guidance counselors in order to begin the process.

Mentorship Program
You lead. We help.

Each year, a select group of high school students participates in a leadership forum and meets monthly for mentoring, social activities and community service. The Easton Mentorship Program helps student leaders become community leaders.

Youth Advisory Council
You speak. We listen.

It's a unique opportunity for students to assume leadership roles and provide a voice for their peers. The group meets monthly for teen forums and community service projects. The mission of the Council is to facilitate relations between Easton Town Center and Easton's younger patrons.

Ambassadors
You need. We provide.

Since 2005, local area civic organizations, teachers, churches, and other area leaders have served as Easton Ambassadors to ensure a helpful, safe, enjoyable Easton experience for all who visit Easton Town Center. These volunteers work evenings and weekends to help enforce the Code of Conduct and alert security to behavior that may be disruptive or discourteous to others.

Please contact Ben Tyson, Senior Manager of Community Relations, at (614) 416-7000 for more information on any of the above Community Outreach Programs.

Visit EastonWay.com to watch a video overview of the Foundation.

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