6th Annual CACC Scholarship Golf Outing


To Benefit the Staff to Student Scholarship Fund



Binder Park Golf Course • 7255 B Drive S, Battle Creek, MI 49014


What is the Staff to Student CACC Golf Outing?


It is a four-person golf scramble held yearly to raise money to support the STAFF TO STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP FUND. The event includes:

  • 18 holes of golf with a cart

  • Lunch

  • Raffles

  • FUN

This year’s tournament will be held at Binder Park Golf Course on Saturday, June 9th. A shotgun start will begin at 8:00 a.m.


How Can I Participate?

There are many ways that you can join in our efforts to raise money for CACC student scholarships:


    1. Gold Sponsorship $450

      • Paid Foursome ($260 value)

      • Logo on Shirt + 1 sponsor shirt

      • Tee Sign

      • Logo on Club House Banner

      • Brochure Acknowledgment

    2. Silver Sponsorship $250

      • Logo on Shirt + 1 sponsor shirt

      • Tee Sign

      • Club House Banner

    3. Bronze Sponsorship $100

      • Tee Sign

  2. Make a cash donation directly to the scholarship fund.

  3. GOLF! $65 per person

  4. Make a donation for the event raffle.


*One commemorative t-shirt will be provided to each golfer.


Registration to participate or sponsor this event.


Thank You!

This event would not be possible without the generous support of the sponsors and golfers.


Special thanks to our Gold Sponsors:

  • Firekeepers - 5 consecutive years

  • Line-X - 5 consecutive years

  • Battle Creek Community Foundation - 5 consecutive years

  • CompuCraft - 5 consecutive years

  • Alro Steel


Who Benefits From Your Support?

The CACC Staff to Student Scholarship is for students who will be attending college or other types of technical training following high school. Scholarship awards are for tuition, books, and other expenses incurred at the post-secondary institution.


Scholarships are awarded each year to senior students who demonstrate reliability and trustworthiness within their programs, as well as a strong initiative and work ethic. Through fundraising, such as the CACC Driving for Scholarships golf outing, approximately $4000 has been awarded each year to CACC seniors. The goal of the planning committee is to increase the number and amount of scholarships offered each year to graduating seniors who show great potential in their programs of study.


These scholarships are offered because of the generosity and support of golfers and donors. Please help us make this year’s outing successful, so that more students can find support in pursuing their post-secondary plans.


Scholarship Recipient Stories


Alexis Aguilera


I am currently attending Johnson and Wales University (JWU), North Miami campus, as a full time student. I also do a work-study for JWU’s culinary storeroom. The CACC Staff to Student Scholarship has allowed me to pursue my dreams by helping with my first year costs. I am on track, ready to begin the third trimester of my freshman-year on March 5, 2018, with my dining room labs and have scheduled my internship for next year winter term. Following that, I hope to become a teacher assistant in the storeroom.  I look forward to graduating with my bachelor’s in Culinary Arts and Hospitality so that I can work in the industry where I will further my knowledge, with the ultimate goal of opening my own restaurant.



Brianna Pliley


I graduated from Olivet High School in 2017, having completed 2 years at CACC in the 21st Century Health Careers program. My goal then as well as now is to pursue a career in the health field. I am currently attending school at Lansing Community College as well as working in a nursing home as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA), a certification I earned, at no cost, through CACC. With the help of the Staff to Student Scholarship from CACC, I was able to take classes full-time and finish my prerequisite courses, preparing me for admission into the nursing program next year at Lansing Community College, for which I recently applied. My ultimate goal, after receiving my RN, would be to attend a completion program at Michigan State University, where I will obtain my Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing (BSN) and work in a hospital setting.