SFM Foundation Scholarship
SFM Foundation is a non-profit organization created to administer a scholarship program to benefit children of workers injured or killed in work-related accidents. Applicants must be pursuing a primary college or university degree or vocational education from any accredited school in MN or WI. A link to the list of eligible institutions can be found within the application. Qualifying student will be eligible to receive up to $5,000 per year and can receive scholarships annually through graduation from a two-or four-year technical school, college or university. Deadline is March 31, 201f. Applications are available at www.sfm-foundation.org.
For high school seniors planning a career enhancing rural communities such as dairy science, animal science, agricultural engineering, veterinary medicine, agricultural economics, biotechnology, computer science, environmental science, business adminstration and education?
Need a 3.0 or higher, satisfactory ACT or SAT, have a rural or agricultural background. Planning on attending a 4-yr university or a 2-yr prograom and then transferring to a 4-yr program as a full time student.
1. United FCS will award up to 24-$5OO scholarships. Preference may be given to applicants pursuing an education in agriculture or related field.
2. Parents of the student or student, must be a United FCS customer. United employees, board members, and their children are not eligible.
3. The application can be found at www. unitedfcs. com under “Tools/Applications” . . The application deadline is April 1, 2015.
This scholarship applies to select one and two-year diploma and associate degree programs offered in training programs related to the sales and servicing of agricultural equipment offered at any of the community/technical colleges within the Wisconsin Technical College System and Illinois Community College System.
Two scholarships, a Forward Financial Bank ($500) and a Robert N Lotzer ($500) scholarship, will be
awarded within the seven communities, and surrounding areas, in which Forward Financial Bank serves.
As a customer-owned, independent community bank, we are committed to moving our businesses, community non-profits, friends and neighbors forward. We serve the communities of Colby, Greenwood, Marshfield, Medford, Stanley, Thorp and Withee.
Criteria for the Forward Financial Bank and Robert N Lotzer Scholarships are:
The applicant must:
Be a graduating student at a high school, or in an approved home-school setting.
Be scheduled to be enrolled as an undergraduate student on a full-time basis at an accredited school, college or university in Wisconsin during the next succeeding term.On-line schools are excluded.
Must complete one full semester and show proof of registration for the second semester prior to payment being made (recipients will be provided with a payment request form).
Be a Wisconsin resident.
Have a minimum grade point average of 3.0, in a 4.0 scale (or equivalent, if on a different scale).
Complete the scholarship application packet, which can be found on our website, www.forwardbank.com.
Thorp Scholarship Foundation is offering one $1000 scholarships for Thorp High School
Seniors. The money was raised by the community during the Fun Run at Thorp Daily
Days. The recipients will be chosen by a committee and based on applicants resume,
GPA, and answer to the following essay question:
Describe how the phrase "healthy lifestyle: applies to your life. Please provie examples of how you lead a healthy lifestyle.
(Please limit your response to 300 words or less.)
Please turn your application into the
guidance office by April 1,2015
A $2,500 scholarship restricted to registered members of the BSA for at least 3 years while in high school or girls that have been members of the Venture Crew. Applications are attached or can be found in the guidance office. They are due by April 15, 2015.
Talent Incentive Program Grant-(TIP Grant)
The grant provides assistance to the most financially needy and educationally disadvantaged WI resident students attending colleges and universities in the State of WI. First-time freshmen students are nominated for the TIP Grant by the school financial aid offices or by counselors of the WI Educational Opportunities Program (WEOP). To continue to receive the TIP Grant, students must be enrolled consecutive terms and continue to show financial need. Eligibility cannot exceed ten semesters. The student must enroll at least half-time, and continuous enrollment from term to term. Minimum award is $600 to a maximum $1,800 initial, and $250 to $1,800 continuing. See Mrs. Hein for specific eligibility criteria and application forms.
The Ab Nicholas Scholarship is available to any and all high school basketball players and managers, boy or girl. Most scholarship recipients will not play basketball at the college level.
Here’s a quick overview of the Ab Nicholas scholarships:
Good at any University of Wisconsin System school
$10,000 for a four-year program/$5,000 for a two-year program
Renewable yearly for the length of the program, for a total of $40,000/$10,000
Up to 60 scholarships awarded each year
You may qualify for an Ab Nicholas scholarship if you*:
Live in Wisconsin and attend a Wisconsin public high school
Participate your senior year in your school’s boys or girls basketball program, as a player or manager
Planning to attend a UW system school
*Due to NCAA financial aid regulations, individuals who receive a Nicholas Foundation Scholarship will not be permitted to participate in intercollegiate athletics at any NCAA Division I, II or III institution.