Scholarships

 

Best Online Scholarship Resources

 

Other Scholarship Resources

  • Local newspaper
  • Place of employment
  • Contact financial aid office of the college you plan to attend for a listing
  • Various scholarship books, which can be found in libraries and book stores


Other KUSD Scholarship Pages

Reuther is not sent information about every available scholarship.  Please also look on other KUSD high school websites to see what scholarship offerings they have information for:

 

 

NAME

DEAD-

LINE

AMOUNT

QUALIFICATIONS

AES Engineering Scholarship Sept. 15   Students pursuing any field of study. Essay of no more than 1000 words, see counselor for essay topic and details. www.scholarships@aesengineers.com

LeTendre Education Fund Scholarship

Sept. 21

(2) $1,000

Students who are homeless, or have been during school yr. and demonstrated average or higher achievement

Wendy’s High School Heisman Award Program

Sept. 23

Review

Oct. 1

 

Male or female senior athletes with “B” average and participating in qualifying sports. Apply on line.

www.wendysheisman.com

Coca-Cola Scholars

Oct. 31

250 total over 3 million every year

3.0+GPA

Application On-line only, extra-curricular activities; academics  www.coca-colascholars.org

Prudential Spirit Oct. 31   Volunteers in grades 5-12 should apply online. Reuther will choose one applicant to be considered for state level. www.prudential.com/spirit or www.principals.org/prudential

Military Academy Appointments

November

 

Full tuition, room, board, all fees, etc.; apply to members of Congress, President & Vice-President of USA for a nomination GPA; extra-curricular activities; class rank

Target-All-Around

Nov. 1

 

2.0 GPA

Transcripts; essay; volunteer and community service; awards/honors

Kohl Excellence Scholarship

November

(100)

$1000 grants

Students must be enrolled in a higher education institution.

www.kohleducation.org

P.E.O. Star Scholarship November $2500

Graduatng senior women.  Minimum 3.0 GPA, must be a citizen or legal permanent resident of the US or Canada.

www.peointernational.org

WI Ready Mixed Concrete Assoc./Nat. Ready Mixed Concrete Assoc. Scholarship Essay Contest

Nov. 30

$2.000 essay contest – students age 16-18

Students ages 16-18 are eligible, Possible theme concrete’s benefit to society: how concrete affects environment, using concrete to build.

Air Force ROTC

(High School Scholarship Program)

Dec. 1

 Help pay for full tuition, textbooks, and monthly stipends

Air Force has a High School Scholarship Program (HSSP). Apply online. www.afrotc.com

Shopko Scholars

Dec. 1

 

School & community activities; academics; made a mark in outstanding community service  www.shopko.com 

Society of Automotive Engineers Scholarship

Dec. 1

 

ACT/SAT/GPA requirements

Engineering degree/related sciences; U.S. citizen; activities; honors; transcripts; essay; typed application

Must be US citizen

WSCA Scholarship (WI School Counselor Assoc. & TCF Bank)

Dec. 1

(4) $1.000

Seniors planning to pursue a postsecondary education program during the next school year. Must write a one-page essay describing how a school counselor or school counseling program has helped you plan, decide, resolve, or grow in some area(s) of your life.

www.wscaeb.com/forms

Wisconsin Society of Professional Engineers

Scholarship

Dec. 8

(3) $ 1,000

Seniors who plan to pursue an

engineering degree at a college or

university within the State of Wisconsin

Clara Abbott Foundation

Dec. 15

 

Be dependent of an Abbott Laboratory employer or retiree; financial need

WI Automobile & Truck Dealer's Foundation

Dec. 15

$500 - $5,800

Graduating high school seniors who

are pursing a career in the auto and

truck industry. There are three types

of scholarships: Automotive, Diesel and Auto Collision

DAR Good Citizens Committee Scholarship December $250

Applicants must have qualities of dependability, leadership, service and patriotism.

www.dar.org

KFC Colonel’s Scholarship

Jan. 1–

Feb. 15

$5,000 per year renewable

2.75/4.0 GPA

KFC Colonel’s Scholars Program is a

scholarship program designed to help

those who need financial assistance and plan to pursue a four-year degree within the state of Wisconsin. Must be planning to pursue a bachelor’s degree at an in-state four-year institution, and be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.

www.kfcscholars.org

Sam Walton

Community

Scholarship

 

Wal-Mart

Foundation

 

 

 

 

Jan. 1

$1,000 non-renewable

A high school senior planning to pursue a four-year degree at a college or university. Cannot be either a Wal-Mart Association or the child or legal

dependant of a Wal-Mart Associate.

Must fill out an online application and

send in supporting documentation by

2/1/05.

 

Other scholarships are available at the

website to the right for Associates and

children of Associates of Wal-Mart

Stores Inc.

 

For more information log onto

www.walmartfoundation.org

Use access code SWCS must be used to access this application process.    Use store I.D. # 1167 for Kenosha Wal-Mart Store

UW-Milwaukee School of Business

Jan. 1

$ 7,000 renewable

3.5 + GPA  and ACT of 27 +

Students planning on a major in the

Business area.

UW-Stevens Point

Freshman Scholarship

Jan. 1

Awards range

from $400 to

$2,000

Seniors planning to attend UW-Steven Point. Must complete an application for admission, complete a scholarship application

Elks Foundation Scholarship, WIsconsin

Jan. 11

20 renewable from $1,000 – 15,000

U.S. citizen; financial need; honors & awards; leadership abilities; community service; essay; recommendations

Gates Millennium Scholars Program, The

Available -

Paper:  Dec. 31

Online:  Jan. 11

Jan. 11

 

3.3 G.P.A. +

Students are eligible if African Amer., Amer. Indian/Alaska Native, Asian Pacific Islander or Hispanic American; US citizen or permanent resident. Eligible for Pell Grant and demonstrate leadership qualities.

www.gmsp.org

Richard T. Nuske Memorial Scholarship Vietnam Veteran’s of America, Inc.

Jan. 11

(2) $1,000

Dependent of Vietnam vet; proof of veteran service; interview; essay; transcripts

Cargill Community Scholarship Program

Jan. 15

(350) $1,000

For students pursing either a two or four year degree in any major. Students who apply need not be a FFA member. Scholarship application is an on-line application and needs the signature of a Cargill employee.

www.ffa.org/programs/scholarships/

Mensa Foundation

Jan. 15

 

Goal & career essay; U.S. citizen; pursuing a post-secondary education

KUSD-PTA Council (Metta Scholarship)

Jan. 17

 

2.5 GPA +

Entering field of Education/or related field; student & parent must be member of schools PTA/PTSA program

Congress – Bundestag Vocational Youth Exchange Scholarship Program

Jan. 31

Full scholarships to exchange students

Students interested in traveling & studying in Germany for a year.  Offered by Nacel Open Door, non-profit educational exchange program.

Apply at www.nacelopendoor.org

Kenosha Unified PTA Council  Scholarship

Jan. 31

$500

2.75 GPA +

Senior will receive scholarship if they are majoring in education or related field. Student must be enrolled in college full-time. Student & Parent/Guardian must be PTA/PTSA members.

ATS School Scholarship Program (Associated Training Services Network)

Feb. 1– Sept. 8

$1,000

 1 - WI scholarship

graduate, applied and accepted into program at ATS for school yr.

www.operator-school.com/highschool

Mayor’s Youth Commission Awards Program

1 – Feb.

14 – Mar.

23 – May.

10 – Oct.

Quarterly

$1,000

Juniors & Seniors are eligible.

Students are rewarded on their activities and achievements. Awards given quarterly.

Society Assets Scholarship

Feb. 1

(5) From $500 - $5,000

A graduating senior with a record of or having a permanent and substantial physical or sensory disability (verified by a Physician). Must be a resident of Racine, Kenosha, Walworth, Rock or Jefferson counties.

www.societyassets.org/awards-contests.html

United States Institute of Peace

Feb. 1

$1,000-10,00

1500 word essay, State & National winner will be recognized

U.W. – Parkside Scholarship

Feb. 1

Scholarship awards vary

Any student attending Parkside is eligible  and encouraged to apply. Apply online.

www.uwp.edu (keyword scholarships)

Wal-Mart Associates

Feb. 1

 

ACT/SAT

Graduating H.S. senior employed by Wal-Mart; financial need; school involvement. (Applications at store)

Walton Family Foundation

Feb. 1

 

Must be child/dependent of a Wal-Mart associate who has been employed full-time for 1 yr; financial need; school community activities; interview; work & experience. (Applications at store)

WI Grocer’s Assoc.

Feb. 1

 

3.0 GPA

Be employed 6 months in grocery industry; need; essay; academics; activities; employer recommendation

WI Professional Police Association Scholarship

Feb. 1

$1,000

Available to students enrolled in a 2 or 4 yr degree in law enforcement related field.

WI State Firefighter’s

Feb. 1

 

2.5 GPA +

Pursuing career in Fire Service; school & community activities; work experience; essay

Alcohol/Tobacco & Drug Awareness (WI State Council)

Feb. 7

 

Creative essay writing contest; grades 9-12; poems, songs; or short stories

Jewel/Osco

Feb. 9

 

Must be employed by Jewell-Osco; attend 2/4 yr. school; academics; school/community activities

Horace Mann

Feb. 12

 

ACT-23  SAT-1110

Application On-line only; be dependent of public school employee; essay; transcripts; school/community activities; 2 recommendations  www.horacemann.com

Collision Repair Education Foundation Feb. 13 Several grants and scholarships available

See flyer for more details.  The scholarship and grant application can be found at collisioneducationfoundation.org.

AXA Achievement

Feb. 15

$2,000

Applicants must be US citizen or legal resident.  Outstanding achievement in school, community or work.  Attend a 2/4 yr. school; recommendations  www.axa-achievement.com

Bill Bateman Memorial Scholarship

Feb. 15

$500

HS Juniors & Seniors with interest in aviation with variety of experiences.

Burger King Scholars

Feb. 15

$1,000

2.5 GPA

Application On-line only!  Must be working part-time, 15 hours per wk.; community service; co-curricular activities, financial need, go to college fall  www.bk.com/scholars

Commitment to Agriculture Scholarship Program

Feb. 15

$1,500

Seniors interested in pursuing a career in agriculture-related field. Apply online at www.monsato.com or www.ffa.org

National CO-OP Scholarship Program

Feb. 15

(185)  $6,000 ea

3.5 GPA

Accepted to one of the following schools. Northeastern U., Drexel U., Johnson & Wales U., Pace U., U. of Toledo, Rochester Institute, or Wentworth Institute.  Earn valuable employment experience.

 www.co-op.edu

Noel Compass Scholarship

Feb. 15

Full tuition, room and board

scholarship

Must be accepted to UW-Stevens Point.  Students of color in strong academic standing at a Wisconsin High School, and demonstrate strong leadership skills.

www.noelcompass.org

RMHC / African / American Future Achievers Program

Feb. 15

 

Have 1 parent of African/American heritage; transcripts; personal statement; recommendation; community activities; leadership

RMHC / Asia -  American Future Achievers Program Feb. 15   Have 1 parent of Asian/Pacific Islander heritage; transcripts; personal statement; recommendation; community activities; leadership
RMHC - Scholars Feb . 15  

All students regardless of race, color, creed, religion, sexual orientation, gender, disablility or national origin. Tanscripts; personal statement; recommendation; community activities; leadership

www.hmhc.org

RMHC/HACER (Hispanic American)

Feb. 15

 

Have 1 parent of Hispanic heritage; transcripts; personal statement; recommendation

ACT Poster Contest

Feb. 16

$5,000

$2,500

$1,000

Design a poster encouraging students to attend college and take the ACT as their college entrance exam. Open only to students in Wisconsin and three other states.

www.actstudent.org/postercontest

The Best Buy Scholarship

Feb. 16

$1,000

 

1200 students dcan receive scholarship.  Go to www.at15.com to apply on-line.  Solid grades and involved in community service or work experience.

Wisconsin Education Association Council Scholarship Feb. 20 $1450 for 4 years Seniors whose parent(s) are active in WEAC; an active retired member or parent who died while holding a WEAC membership.  Students must be rankied in the to9p 25% of their class or have at least a 3.0 GPA and pursuing an education major or minor.
Mahone Fund Feb. 21 $4,000

Graduating seniors preparing to enter two-year or four-year accredited colleges or universities with an emphasis on careers involving science, technology, engineering and math. See your counselor or visit www.mahonefund.org for more information and application. 

Military Children Program

Feb. 21

$ 1,500

1 – per commissary

Unmarried children (under age 23) of active duty, reserve/guard andretired military personnel may apply. Must be used during the2008-09 academic year.    www.militaryscholar.org

Herman and Virginia Gundlach

February 25

$ 1,000

University bound minority student. Must attend a four year college in Wisconsin.  Students must have a 3.2 GPA or lower.

http://bradford/kusd.edu/scholarships/bulletins/gundlach.htm

BBB Student of Integrity

Scholarship

March 1  

Demonstrate character, leadership and ethical values.  Must be a US citizen and WI resident with a 3.0 GPA.  Application includes a 500 word essay and 2 or 3 letters of recommendation.

http://wisconsin.bbb.org/schlolarship/

Milwaukee/NARI Foundation Scholarship March 1 $1000

Seniors attending a Southeastern Wisconsin institution pursuing Architecture, Carpentry, Electrical, Engineeering, HVAC, Interior Design, Landscaping, or Plumbing programs.  Must be a US citizen taking a minimum of 12 college credits next year.

www.milwaukeenari.org/nari-foundation.php

Schneider-Emanuel Amer. Legion Scholarship

March 1

 (3) $1,000

Available to children/grandchildren of American Legion members

WI Sheriffs & Deputy Sheriff's Association

March 1

 

Enrolling in a Police Science program; law enforcement activities; school activities; honors; awards; personal statement

WI Society/Clinical Laboratory Science

March 1

 

Transcripts with test scores; enrolled in Clinical Lab program in WI; resident of WI

SAMMY (Scholar Athlete Milk Mustache of the Year)

March 4

$ 7,500

All high school students and outstanding scholar althletes are encouraged to apply at www.bodybymilk.com/sammy_scholarship.php.

 

Prince Hall Masonic Foundation, Inc.

March 8

$500 - $2,000

2.0 GPA  

The Prince Hall Masonic Foundation is dedicated to the enlightenment and empowerment of our communities and therefore is committed to our young people as they broaden their knowledge in post secondary institutions. Applications will be judged on academic achievement, letters of reference, content, and organization and neatness of an essay, and community involvement.

3 letters of recommendation

Gateway President's Opportunity Scholarship March 11 $500 Awarded to a student from each KUSD high school.  Form is located at https://gtc.scholarships.ngwebsolutions.com.

American Legion Auxiliary

Scholarship (Wisconsin)

March 14

 

At least 3.5 GPA/      ACT/SAT/PSAT

Must be related to someone who is a WI American Legion Auxiliary member. Must be in need of financial help.

Alverno College

March 15

Range from $13500-full tuition.

Students must complete an application for collegfe admission and scholarship at www.alverno.edu.

Gertrude Alford Memorial Scholarship

March 15

$1,000 scholarship

Women’s Club of Kenosha presenting to young women pursuing higher education.  A 250 - personal/ financial statement, 2 letters of recommendation.

American Cancer Society Youth Scholarship

March 15

 

Available to student who were diagnosed with cancer before the age of 21 & accepted into a 2 or 4 yr. college.

Education Foundation Scholarship (all majors)

March 15

$1,500 renewable

Academically capable; financial need; career in Education; transcripts; U.S. citizen; evidence of college acceptance

Education Foundation Scholarship (Education majors)

March 15

$1,500 renewable

Academically capable; financial need; career in Education; transcripts; U.S. citizen; evidence of college acceptance

Adam Gundlach Memorial Scholarship

March 15

$500 one-time

3.0 GPA +     Students who have volunteer accomplishments and inspirational goals. Must demonstrate financial need, college acceptance and be a U.S. citizen. 

Angeline Hosmanek Memorial Scholarship (Kenosha Education Foundation of Kenosha)

March 15

$2,000 up to 4 years

Female student planning a career in elementary or secondary teaching career in Math. Student must demonstrate financial need and college acceptance.

Victoria Jones Memorial Scholarship

March 15

$500 one-time

Females; pursuing a degree in technology; tech. education or engineering; financial need; transcript; U.S. citizen. Must have clean driving record, free from substance abuse.

www.kusd.edu/media/pdf/scholarships/efk/victoria-jones.pdf

Kohl’s Kids Who Care

March 15

 

Accepting nominations to recognize students for the community service that positively impact their community.

To nominate go to www.kohlkidswhocare.com

Kwik Trip Community Scholarship March 15 $500

3.0 G.P.A.  Reuther Student accepted at accredited college or plan to enroll. Student must exhibit good service and demostrate positive attitude.

www.theclasslist.com/sysfiles/pics/school173-scholar1723.pdf

Polly Munn Scholarship

March 15

$1,000 per year

renewable for 5 yrs.

For students of color; must be pursuing a college program in teacher education; demonstrate financeil need, express interest in working with students of color, provide evidence of college acceptance and be a US citizen.

Noelle Naylor Memorial Scholarship March 15 $1000 KUSD student who has had cancer or has experienced cancer in his/her immediate family.  Must have a 3.0 GPA and submit an essay.

Peter Ploskee, Sr. Memorial

March 15

$2,000 per year

renewable

Career in Construction Trades, Engineering, Architecture; financial need; academics; U.S. citizen, college acceptance.

Pleasant Prairie Women’s Club

March 15

(2) $ 600

Seniors residing in Pleasant Prairie

Pearl Ruffalo Memorial Scholarship

March 15

(2) $600.00

GFWC-Pleasant Prairie Women’s Club Seniors that reside in Pleasant Prairie

Mary Zicarelli Memorial Scholarship March 15 $1500 renewable Students planning a career in school/community activities, public service or related career area.  Must provdie proof of college acceptance and be a US citizen.

WI Cattlemen’s & Cattlewomen’s Council Scholarship

March 16

(10) $500

Students must have a background in beef, veal or dairy industry. Preference will be given to students majoring in agriculture

Prince Hall Masonic Foundation Scholarship March 18   Special financial needs, seeking enrollment at a post-secondary school and must have at least 2.0 GPA.  Application requires a typed essay, letters of recommendation and volunteer experience.

Kiwanis Foundation of Metropolitan Kenosha Academic Scholarship Program

March 20

(3) $1,000 any technical school, college or  university,

 $500 for Gateway Technical college.

2.5 GPA +

Any field; academics; activities; leadership; recommendations

Kenosha area High Schools only

Cousins Subs Wisconsin Sports Awards Scholarship Contest March 24

First place: $5000
Runner-up: $2000

One male and one female athlete will be chosen for each prize.

Any second semester High School senior graduating in 2014 who has participated in a WIAA sanctioned sport.  Must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.5. Must be involved in civic or community organizations or activities during his/her high school career. Click here for more information. The application can be found online at www.cousinssubs.com/scholarship.

Michael and Chris Manno Scholarship (The Order sons of Italy Filippo Mazzei Lodge #2763)

March 25

(2) $1,500 each

Must submit ACT/SAT

Seniors of Italian origin in S.E.

Wisconsin. Academics, references,

honors/awards, personal statement,

financial need, citizenship, personality and leadership.

Jane Bradley Pettit Life Impact Program

March 28

(10) $5,000

2.5 GPA

UWM Foundation is offering scholarships to students with a dependent child. Program provides support and resources to help student with academics, financial and career needs. Must complete FAFSA

Dr. Michael Johnson  ITED Scholarship

March 31

$390

Awarded to an ITED graduate; must be used at college/university

Knights of Columbus Council #973

March 31

$ 500

Open to members of Kenosha’s Catholic Parishes. Typed essay required

Lincoln Middle School

March 31

 

3.0 GPA

Attended Lincoln Middle 1 yr.; 2 recommendations; transcripts; essay

UW-Madison Alumni Club of Kenosha

March 31

 

ACT/SAT

Attend U.W. Madison; activities; academics; community service; transcripts

Saint Marks Parish Latin American Center Scholarship Committee (LACSC)

March 31

 

Helping Latin American students attend 4 year college/university. 10 hours of community service must be completed between 6-1-08 and 8-31-08

Somers Elementary/PTO Scholarship

March 31

$200 former

male student

and $200

former female

student

3.0 GPA

Graduating senior that attended Somers for at least 2 years. Involved in extra curricular activities and plan on college full-time.

Woman’s Club of Kenosha

March 31

 

Female seniors; need; transcripts; activities; recommendations

Ivo Garofalo Scholarship

(Kiwanis Club of Kenosha Breakfast)

April 1

$ 2,000

3.0 GPA +

Students with IEP or documented disability. Must be nominated by school personnel, attending college full-time.

UNICO Foundation National

April 1

$1,000/Milwaukee Chapter

(4) $6,000 National Chapter

3.00 GPA

Italian origin, chapter recommendation, financial need and

extra curricular activities

Washington Middle PTSO

April 1

(2) $500

3.0 GPA+

Attended Washington  2 full  yrs. Essay; 2 references; involved in athletics;  extra curricular activities.  Submit an essay and two letters of recommendation.

UNICO Scholarship

Milwaukee Chapter

April 2

$ 1,000

Top 15% of class

Italian origin and resident of Kenosha County. Scholarship, need, citizenship, personality and leadership are considered.

Jelly Belly Candy Company Scholarship

April 4

$1,000 per year /4 yrs

3.0 GPA or higher

Senior planning to attend a 4-year

college on a full-time basis.

Essay required (500 words or less).

Lance Middle School P.T.O.

April 4

 

3.0 GPA

Attend/graduate from Lance; essay; service; activities; transcripts; attend college/university/tech school

Lioness of Greater Kenosha

April 4

 

2.5 GPA +

Female seniors may apply; transcripts; community involvement; recommendation; essay

Roosevelt School PTO

April 4

(2) $250

2.5 G.P.A.

Students that attended Roosevelt 3 consecutive yrs.

 

Vernon Elementary School Association

April 9

 (2) $250 each

2.5 GPA +

Former Vernon student(3 yrs); school. Essay of 150-300 on Vernon’s impact on you.

Vietnam Veteran’s of America, Inc.

April 14

(2) $500

Relative or descendant of an honorably discharged veteran. Essay based on an interview with a Vietnam era Veteran (1964-1975).

Carrie Crystal Stucker Memorial Scholarship

April 15

$500

Dream Pool Foundation, Inc is offering Scholarship to provide assistance to individuals pursuing education in the visual arts (Art Major).

Dexter Baker Memorial Scholarship  (Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 767 Racine/Kenosha)

April 15

$500

Must be a relative or descendant of a

United States Military Veteran, must

write a 3 to 5 page essay on me aspect of the Vietnam War. Scholarship applicants must interview a Vietnam Veteran and write a 3-5-page essay on some aspect of the Vietnam War.

KABA (Kenosha Area Business Alliance) Bachelor Degree

April 15

(5) $2,500

Kenosha County seniors accepted at a four year college to pursue a career in math, science, technology, medicine, engineering or business. See applications for scholarship criteria.

www.kaba.org/training/scholarship

KABA (Kenosha Area Business Alliance Foundation)  Gateway Technical College

April 15

(5) $1,500

Gateway matching

Kenosha County seniors accepted at

Gateway in a specified program. See

applications for scholarship criteria.

www.kaba.org/training/scholarship

Kenosha County Clearinghouse

April 15

 

Applications for: AAUW Branch & Delta Kappa Gama, Beta Chapter

Sharon Schumer Memorial Scholarship (Pro-Life Task Force)

April 15

(2) $1.000 each

Seniors attending any college. Must write 2 essay and have 2 letters of recommendation.

Italian American Men's Society

April 16

 

3.0 GPA

Must be son/daughter of current member transcripts; personal statement; school & community activities; 2 references

Kenosha Junior Woman's Club, Inc.

April 16

(2) $2,000

3.4 GPA +

Kenosha County seniors - financial need; pursuing 4 yr. degree; exhibit  leadership and citizenship qualities

Kenosha Area Chamber of Commerce

April 25

 

Dependent of KACC member or parent employed by Chamber member; pursuing post-secondary education; need; activities; academics; recommendations; must attend an interview

HCCW/Philip Arreola Scholarship

April 29

 

2.5 GPA

Attend a WI college; legal resident or a US citizen; financial need; academics; school/community activities; essay; 2 letters recommendation; transcripts

Somers Elementary/PTO Scholarship April 29 (2) $200 Students who attended Somers for at least two years.  Seniors should possess a GPA of 3.0, be involved in extra-curricular activities, and plan to attend college full-time.

UW Milwaukee

April 30

Varies

Students accepted at UW Milwaukee should apply to various scholarship opportunities  at www4.uwm.edu/financialaid

www.compassguide.org

A.H.A.N.A.-KUSD

May 1

 

2.5-3.0 GPA

Minority seniors; transcripts; essay; teach or work in Education; recommendation. 

Andrea Wirch Memorial Scholarship fund

May 1

(2) $1,000

Two scholarships, sponsored by the Andrea Wirch Scholarship Committee, will be awarded. One each to go to a former McKinley Middle School and a Mahone Middle School Student and must be a graduate of a KUSD high school.

Interested students must apply, with an application, transcript, two letters of reference and a 200-word essay.

Application packets can be found here and must be received by due date.

Ann Kaufmann (Quotarian – funded by Snap-On, Inc.)

May 1

 

Female; major in Accounting; activities; transcript; honors; interests; work experience

Culver’s VIP Scholarship

May 1

Up to $1,500

2.5 GPA +

Be employed by Culver’s for at least 1 year working a minimum of 500 hours over the past year as of May 1.

Joseph & Angela Bruneo Foundation

May 1

 

ACT/SAT

Pursuing a 2/4 yr. degree in a medical-related field with an emphasis on Nursing.

Kenosha County Farm Bureau

May 1

 

Any field of study; a member of a Farm Bureau family; essay; transcripts; school/community activities; work experience; recommendations; awards

Tall Club of Milwaukee, The

May 1

 

Ht. Requirement of 5’10” for females; 6’2” for males; high academics; school & community activities; essay; transcripts personal achievements; recommendations

Quota International

May 1

 

Major in Speech/Hearing Impairments; Work experience; volunteer work; awards; activities; transcript

Community Impact Programs, Inc.

May 2

$ 700

Academics; intend to work in “helping professions”; (social work, counseling, teaching or medical field. Proof of  college acceptance required.

Whittier Elementary Parent/Teacher Assoc

May 2

(2) $500

3.0+ GPA;  See attached application

Whittier graduate attending 3+ yrs.; transcripts; essay

Grant O.P.T.

May 6

 

3.0 GPA

Former students of Grant Elementary school; essay; activities

Kenosha Education Association (2 Awards)

May 7

$1,500 4 yr

$500 2 yr technical

3.0 GPA-4 yr/ 2.5 GPA-2yr.

4yr & 2yr awards; academics; activities; leadership; community service

Italian American Ladies Auxiliary

May 9

 

3.0 GPA

Females of Italian descent; top 1/3 of class; leadership; recommendations

MAARC Book Scholarship (5)

May 9

 $250

3.33 GPA / ACT=20

Minority students; proof of college/tech. acceptance; short essay; transcripts

Educational Communications

May 15

 

Honors; activities; need; academics; leadership

Jason Beard Foundation

May 15

 

Culinary field; financial need; essay recommendations; transcripts

Tylenol 

Available - 1 – Feb

15 - May

May 15

 

On-Line application only!  Leadership; community & school activities; intending a career in a health-related field; US citizen; essay  www.tylenol.com 

Italian Business & Professional Association

May 15

 

2.5 GPA

2-4 yr. degree program; essay; Italian American descent; activities; service; leadership; academics

John Bullen Middle School Alumni Scholarship May 16 $500

2.0 G.P.A. minumum

Attended one full year, write 500 - 700 word essay

George Taylor Memorial

May 20

 

Economics students; essay

HACU/Hispanic Association Scholarships

May 27

 

Applications are available on-line (Additional information in Tremper Career Center) www.scholarships.hacu.net

Wisconsin Towns Association Scholarship

May 27

Several

Students attending a WI college

2/4 yr. post-secondary education; essay (500  to 1000 words)

Kenosha Business & Professional Women May 31 $500 Students must have work record and volunteer experience

Mabel Smith Memorial

May 31

 

2.0 GPA

H.S. graduate & of African-American, American-Indian, Asian, Latina or Biracial descent; attend a technical/community college; financial need.

Village of Pleasant Prairie

June 1-

July 30

 

3.0-4.0 GPA

Junior’s graduating in 2006; Become a member of School Commission in Sr. year; transcripts recommendation; volunteer & community service

Optimist Youth Baseball-Kenosha

June 6

 

Senior; played in Optimist baseball/HS softball & baseball

Nicoll Scholarship

(Robert & Ida Nicoll Scholarship)

June 15

 

Must be a Kenosha County resident, furthering education and improve current skills to enhance earnings capabilities.

Big Sun Athletics

June 20

$ 500

All student athletes, summit 500 word essay describing why you should receive award.  See counselor for more information. athleticawards@bigunalthletics.com

Carthage College Police and Fire Scholarship

 

Four year, full-tuition

scholarship

One full-tuition scholarship will

be awarded to the son or daughter

of a City of Kenosha police officer

or fire fighter. Recipient must be

enrolled as a full-time student at

Carthage College.

Carthage College Lincoln

Scholarship Program

 

13 scholarships w/ award ranging from

full tuition per year to full tuition, plus

room, and board.

Seniors, who have been admitted

Carthage College, submit a

Lincoln Scholarship application

w/ required essay.

Carthage College Clausen

Scholarship Program

 

3 full tuition

Seniors, who have been admitted

Carthage College, submit a

Math/Science Scholarship.

apply on-line at: www.carthage.edu

Carthage College Hay Scholarship Program

 

 

Seniors, who have been admitted

Carthage College, submit a

Math/Science Scholarship.

apply on-line at: www.carthage.edu

Carthage College Rudd Scholarship Program

 

 

Seniors, who have been admitted

Carthage College, submit a

Math/Science Scholarship.

apply on-line at: www.carthage.edu

Carthage College Math/Science

Scholarship Program

 

 

Seniors, who have been admitted

Carthage College, submit a

Math/Science Scholarship application.

apply on-line at: www.carthage.edu

Carthage College   French/German

Scholarship Program

 

 

Seniors, who have been admitted

Carthage College, submit a

French/German Scholarship application.

apply on-line at: www.carthage.edu

Carthage College Kenosha

Scholarship Program

 

 

 See your Guidance Counselor

Hispanic Scholarship Fund

 

Varies

3.0 G.P.A. +

Students of Hispanic Heritage who are US citizens or legal permanent residents. Must apply for federal financial aid using FAFSA. www.hsf.net  (must apply online)

Morrison Institute of Technology Counselor Scholarship

 

$1,000

Senior graduating from Reuther who applies and is accepted to Morrison Inst. Of Technology, IL.  See counselor for more information.

Navy Reserve Officer Training Corps (NROTC) Scholarship

 

4 yr scholarship covering full tuition, books, fees etc.

ACT test score 22 + in Math & English 4yr. scholarship, after college graduation student enters the Navy as a commissioned officer.  www.nrotc.navy.mil