GREEN BAY — The BayCare Clinic Foundation will provide scholarships to aid area students planning to attend college, especially those pursuing a career in healthcare.

The Griffin Scholarship is available to high school seniors who have good grades, participate in extracurricular activities and demonstrate a work history but aren’t necessarily ranked at the top of their class. It’s for students not receiving other scholarship offers and for those whose parents can’t fully fund their plans for college.

The scholarship provides two $500 merit-based scholarships each year toward college or technical school tuition. Students studying at online colleges are ineligible.

The merit-based BayCare Clinic Foundation Healthcare Scholarship awards $2,000 scholarships to students seeking a healthcare career.

Prospective applicants are encouraged to visit the scholarship section of the BayCare Clinic website until April 5, for more information or to apply for these scholarships.

A scholarship for students in the emergency medical services program at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College aims to assist those students with financial support as well, courtesy of the BayCare Clinic Foundation and Aurora BayCare Medical Center.

That scholarship offers $500 grants for eligible students working toward becoming emergency medical technicians or paramedics.

Applicants are encouraged to visit the scholarship section of the BayCare Clinic website between Feb. 10 and March 10, for more information or to apply for this scholarship.