“Carrying out a legacy by building a future for all generations…”

Scholarships

The Mollohan Foundation scholarships encourage the gifted young students that are planning for college and a bright future in their native state of West Virginia.

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Grants

Supporting and conducting educational, environmental preservation, community benefit, and social welfare activities in West Virginia.

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Loans

Providing assistance to encourage West Virginia students to enter a career within their home state by offering loans at favorable terms with the option of debt forgiveness.

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How can the Mollohan Foundation help me?

Are you currently a high school or college student? Ready to get out there and start a career? It’s not always easy to figure out what you want to do for the rest of your […]

Shaun McGary talks about his Internship Experience!

This year, one of our scholarship winners, Shaun McGary, worked as an intern for Exdel Services, LLC at Technology Park in Fairmont, WV! Shaun currently attends Fairmont State University and recently talked to us about […]

  • Teaming to Win Business Scholarship for Mollohan Foundation

Student Spotlight: Mia Gresak

Mia Gresak is a junior at Davis & Elkins College and has been a recipient of the Teaming to Win Business Scholarship for the past two years. She is 20 years old and double majoring […]

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The Robert H. Mollohan Family Charitable Foundation, Inc.

Established in 2000, the Robert H. Mollohan Family Charitable Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit charitable organization of West Virginia created by the family of Robert Mollohan to improve the life of persons living in West Virginia through its educational, scientific, and charitable programs. Through his remarkable life, Robert H. Mollohan worked hard to achieve his goals and visions for the young people of West Virginia. The Robert H. Mollohan Family Charitable Foundation, Inc.’s scholarship, internship, and community grant programs were developed to encourage gifted young students to plan a bright future in their native state.