A Google Docs Spreadsheet has been shared with all Juniors and Seniors. Ask your students for more information about this spreadsheet. If you have a Google account and would like this Google Sheet shared with you, please Email Jo and it will be shared with you. Everything listed on this spreadsheet, is also listed below – either in RED as a link to the foundation’s website, or as a downloadable pdf document to print. All scholarships are listed by the due date.Open the Google Docs Spreadsheet
*Some scholarships apply to Alumni.
Remember To Start Early –
as some scholarships require financial information, letters of recommendation, or for you to complete the FAFSA. When asking someone to write you a letter of recommendation, fill out a Student Bio to help the writer –
Watch for deadlines! Does it need to be mailed? Do you need a transcript?
It pays to apply for scholarships.
In the year of 2019, the 27 Seniors and 13 Alumni who were awarded scholarships, received 142 scholarships for a grand total of over $155,715! A little effort goes a long way.
You can visit Jo in the Career Center for additional information and to ask any questions.
All scholarships should be read carefully and follow the instructions completely. They are listed by due date and post number.
Scholarships that are not completed online should be typed if at all possible and neatly printed in black ink where appropriate. On paper applications, print “see attached” on the lines and attach a typed paper to answer the questions.
Scholarships By Month
10/25/19 (#101) Hotatio Alger MN Scholarships STATE – The Horatio Alger Minnesota Scholarship Program provides financial assistance to students in the state of Minnesota who have exhibited integrity and perseverance in overcoming personal adversity and who aspire to pursue higher education. Each applicant must demonstrate involvement in co-curricular and community activities.
10/29/19 (#105) Wendy’s Heisman NATIONAL – The Heisman High School Scholarship program honors the nation’s most accomplished, community-minded high school senior athletes. By inviting students from schools across the country to share their stories of leadership and impact, the program aims to inspire all students to harness their potential, push their limits, and use their talents not only to advance their own futures, but to improve the communities and world around them.
1/4/20 (#104) McLeod Co. Corn & Soybean Growers McLeod Co. – Eligible students must currently be a high school senior or college freshmen. he applicants’ parents or the applicant themselves must be members of the Minnesota Corn Growers Association or Minnesota Soybean Growers Association, and the McLeod County Corn and Soybean Growers. Applicant must be planning to attend an agricultural program at a two-year or four-year college majoring in ag business, ag production, ag engineering, ag education, or another ag-related field of study. Applicant must reside in McLeod County.
LOCAL - Miller Sellner is a local family owned Case IH agricultural dealership with 4 locations in southern Minnesota. We pride ourselves on being the best in customer service and product knowledge, and we know that starts with the best employees. We offer a competitive wage, on-going training, and a competitive benefit package including health insurance, life insurance, dental, disability, paid time off (PTO), 401K, and bonus incentives based on sales goals.If tuition assistance is awarded, Miller Sellner requests its recipients be available to work when school is not insession, which includes summer breaks, school breaks, and holiday breaks, if available, and depending on the current work volume at Miller Sellner. The student will be committed to work full-time for Miller Sellner for5,000 hours after graduation or will be required to reimburse Miller Sellner for ALL tuition assistance and anytool assistance received from Miller Sellner (see Tuition Assistance Agreement for detailed information).
LOOK FOR YOUR OWN SCHOLARSHIPS ON THESE
Additional Scholarship Websites
(for Juniors & College students too!)
- student scholarships.org
- High Five Scholarships
- colleg express
- tuition funding sources
Many scholarship applications will ask what you do for your community. If you feel you need more volunteer service – check this out.
Looking for volunteer opportunities?
- Go to the United Way Website
- Click on GET CONNECTED
- Register and Search for ways you can support your community
If you are unable to download, or pick up an application in the Career Center, Email Jo and she will email, or mail you what you need.
If a scholarship is due to the Career Center, and it is a non-school day for any reason, it will be accepted until the end of the following school day.