The innovative Copper Key scholarship program is a partnership of Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County, House of Hope, Nina Haven Scholarships, Inc. and The Community Foundation Martin-St. Lucie. It is also a partnership between the scholar, their family and these organizations.
Copper Key partners promise to support our scholars from the time they are selected in middle school through college and beyond. Copper Key scholars and their families promise to participate in the partners’ programs throughout middle school and high school.
HELP US OPEN DOORS FOR MORE MARTIN COUNTY STUDENTS
Individuals, businesses and civic organizations are invited to become part of the unique Copper Key Scholarship Promise and impact the lives of deserving students and their families in our area.
A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO
the anonymous donors and the Hobe Sound Community Chest for supporting scholarships to Copper Key scholars.
SCHOLARS TO WALK
THROUGH THE DOOR
Copper Key Scholarship Promise selects talented Martin County 6th and 7th grade students with financial need and a dream of post-secondary education for full scholarships to one of 40 Florida colleges, universities or vocational schools.
The reason scholars are identified in middle school is so that Copper Key partners can surround the student and their family with an array of services to empower both to reach their full potential. They benefit from the partners’ advice, support and services throughout middle school, high school, college and beyond.
Middle school & High school
Boys & Girls Club and House of Hope provide extensive early intervention services based on the student’s and family’s specific needs-from case management to life skills to mentoring.
Once a Copper Key student graduates from high school, they receive mentoring and guidance from Nina Haven Scholarship mentors.
After graduating from their post-secondary school, Copper Key scholars become part of the Nina Haven and Copper Key alumni groups for ongoing networking and mentoring.
Prospective Copper Key scholars are nominated by Boys & Girls Club and House of Hope. We don’t accept unsolicited applications.
Please contact us for more information, Ellie@tcfmsl.org