Horizon Bank’s Minority Scholarship Program with Michigan City High School

By: Urban League of Northwest Indiana Last Updated: June 4, 2014

horizon-bank-logoHorizon Bank is excited to offer our Michigan City High School Minority Scholarship Program. The scholarship is designed to encourage minorities to pursue a career in a banking and we are thrilled to offer this scholarship to a student from our home community of Michigan City.

As an organization, Horizon Bank supports twelve Values and we believe our participation with a minority scholarship program is directly influenced by the three values shown below:

We Embrace Diversity
We respect, value, and appreciate the differences that each individual, whether employee or customer, brings to our company. Through honoring the similarities and differences inherent in the diversity, we promote beneficial relationships and foster creativity and innovation in the workplace. This contributes to a flourishing work environment which is of benefit to all.

We Support Continuous Learning
Progressive learning is a continuous quest. We are challenged to continually enhance our knowledge and skills so that we may provide our customers with the best in sound financial advice and exceptional service. We are a learning organization.

We are Customer Focused
This affirmation is our expression of sincere dedication - our endorsement, support, and pledge to our customers to provide the highest standard of sound financial advice and exceptional service available. We view our customers as clients and friends, and understand that they are the basis for our existence. Our Team is dedicated to the singular focus of our customers' needs.

Minority students in their senior year of high school or MCHS graduates in the past three years who are interested in appyling for the Horizon Bank Minority Scholarship are requested to turn in a completed application, essay questions and all certifications to:

Horizon Bank
Attention: Human Resources - Scholarship 515 Franklin Sqaure Michigan City, Indiana 46360

The deadline to submit all scholarship materials is Friday, June 20, 2014.