MOLINE, ILLINOIS (Decembr 1, 2020) — The Moline Foundation is pleased to announce it is accepting applications for the 2021 Vietnam Veterans Scholarship for Veterans Chap. 299. This year, three scholarships worth up to $1,500 each are available for pursuit of either an apprenticeship, associate degree, bachelor’s degree, or a certificate.

MOLINE, ILLINOIS (November 17, 2020) — The Moline Foundation is pleased to announce workforce development awards of $55,000: $37,000 to the Quad City Career and Technical Education Consortium [QCC TEC] to support the transition to Xello Career Exploration Software, $3,500 to Black Hawk College’s Outreach Center, $1,500 to Black Hawk College’s Career Center, and $13,000 to Mercer County Better Together/High-Tech Small Town.

MOLINE, ILLINOIS (September 25, 2020) — The Moline Foundation and the Moline Public Library are offering their Job Search Workshops as a Lunch and Learn. With the large number of people on unemployment or currently underemployed, the set of six workshops will help with finding a new job.

MOLINE, ILLINOIS (January 15, 2020) — The Moline Foundation is one month away from the 2020 scholarship deadline.

"The streamlined 2020 application process allows students the ability to apply for multiple scholarships, utilizing one comprehensive essay," commented Paul Plagenz, President/CEO of The Moline Foundation.

The simlified application form requires:

MOLINE, ILLINOIS (November 1, 2019) — The Moline Foundation is pleased to announce the opening of the latest scholarships that are available online at www.molinefoundation.org. This year's application process features a new, simplified application requiring only one essay-submission for over 38 scholarship awards.

DAVENPORT, IOWA (October 21, 2019) — On Saturday, 8AM-12:30PM, October 26, 2020, The Autism Society of the Quad Cities will hold its annual workshop, which is free and open to the public, at SAU Center for Health Sciences Education, 1320 West Lombard, Davenport.

DAVENPORT, IOWA (September 19, 2019) — “College is not for everybody, but it should be available to everyone to try,” stated Christine during a panel discussion after the showing of the documentary “Personal Statement”, directed by Juliane Dressner, at EICC Urban Campus today. Talking with local students, the three cast members of the documentary — Christine, Karoline, and Enoch — made a big impact.