BASF is a major sponsor of Chatfield, offering multiple opportunities for our students, including a possible summer internship program and three BASF Scholarships for students interested in science-related disciplines.
BASF Summer Internship
BASF, the world’s largest chemical company, is hiring up to two summer interns! Interns would work in an amazing research laboratory and plant in Wyandot, Michigan, just south of Detroit. Benefits include great pay, housing available, a chance to get your foot in the door of a great company, and more!
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Cincinnati Women’s Club Foundation Scholarship
Established in 2017 to support a different approach to women’s education. In collaboration with Chatfield’s Learning to Live program, this scholarship empowers female students with resources to overcome barriers to college completion. Assists with the cost of tuition, supports academic readiness initiatives, assists with emergency transportation needs, and connects students with solutions for affordable, quality childcare.
CISE Honors Scholarship is available to a graduating high school senior in the greater Cincinnati area. The scholarship is awarded based on consideration of academic ability, leadership potential, goal clarity, and community involvement.
DePaul Cristo Rey Scholarship
Established in 2017, this scholarship will provide a current or former DePaul Cristo Rey student $1,000 per semester for 2 semesters. Click here to apply.
Heritage Bank Arena Scholarship
Established in 2014 with a corporate partnership between Chatfield College and the Cincinnati Cyclones. The recipient is an employee of Heritage Bank Arena.
Raymond R. Clark Scholarship
Established by Raymond R. Clark, a long-time benefactor and past Board Member for Chatfield College. Awarded to one student each year. Need and Merit-Based.
Sr. Frances Hogan Scholarship
Established in 2015, for a student in their second semester at the Over-the-Rhine campus who has good attendance and no disciplinary issues. Merit and need-based.
U.S. Constitution Scholarship
Established in 2018, Chatfield College is offering a U.S. Constitution scholarship to a high school senior. In order to apply, students must submit an essay answering the question, “What Does the U.S. Constitution Mean to Me?” The $4,000 scholarship will be awarded to one senior who enrolls at Chatfield College, with $1,000 available per semester for four semesters.