Education Scholarship $300 (renewable $150) & Open Scholarship $250
The Tomorrow River Education Association (TREA) is offeringtwo scholarships to graduating Amherst High School seniors.
Students planning to pursue any post-secondary program of two or more years in length are eligible for the “Open” scholarship of $250.
Students planning to pursue a post-secondary program of two or more years in length for a career in education are eligible for the “Education” scholarship of $300. The scholarship funds are disbursed to help defray the costs of tuition and books only.
$ 250 Open Scholarship (students going into any post- secondary program 2 or more years)
$300 (renewable $150) Education Scholarship (students going into a career in education)
Application is attached -see below
The recommendation will be made by the Tomorrow River Education Association Scholarship Committee. The following criteria will be considered:
-cumulative grade point average of 3.25 or above
-enrollment in a post-secondary program of 2 years or
-intent to pursue a career in education (Education
Be graduating high school senior who is the son/daughter of an employee of WPS.
Have applied to Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, Green Bay, WI.
Plan to enroll as a full-time student pursuing a degree in the Electrical Power Distribution program.
One $1,000 non-renewable award to a student at NWTC pursuing a degree in the Electrical Power Distribution Program. The scholarship award will be sent directly to the college and will be credited to the recipient's account.
How to Apply
After March 1, fill out the official application form. Questions should be directed to Ms. Sandra Kraft, NWTC Foundation Director, at 800-422-6982, ext. 5426.
Applications must be submitted April 15, 2017.
Award recipients will be notified of their selection in July of 2017. Scholarships will be sent directly to Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, and applied directly to school costs starting in the fall term.
(3) Must have a signed recommendation form from a high school science teacher or supervisor in a nursing-related job.
(4) Must submit a short essay (100 words) of career goals.
(5) Must submit a description of extra curricular activities, employment history, community service, volunteer experience, special awards or recognition.
(6) Must submit a list of any other scholarships awarded.
This scholarship has been established in Nancy Salan’s name to help ease the financial burden of nursing school. This scholarship is open to Wisconsin residents enrolled in a nursing program. Scholarships are available in the following categories: students seeking RN, RN seeking BSN, BSN-RN seeking MSN. This scholarship is aimed at non-traditional students as well as recent high school graduates.
All applicants must be graduating from a Wisconsin public or private high school in 2017 and plan to attend a Wisconsin public or private college or vocational technical institute in 2017.
Winners are determined by independent judging of an essay contest. The essay should address the topic: "A federal republic form of government: What is it? Why does it work? Do we still have one? Why are town governments critical to its success?"