SCOTT COMMUNITY FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS
Scott Community Foundation is a large provider or scholarships to local high school seniors and college students awarding over $100,000 each year. Scott Community Foundation manages many scholarship funds that are awarded to graduating high school seniors as well as students already in an undergraduate program. Some scholarships were started by families or individuals and others by business organizations. All scholarships share one goal: helping young people reach their educational goals.
Scott Community Foundation General Application
Scott Community Foundation- 2022 Scott Community High School Seniors are eligible for a scholarship through Scott Community Foundation
Scott County Ministerial Alliance
The Scott County Ministerial Alliance has established this scholarship to provide support for students graduating from the Scott County School District. This is an essay application including community involvement, plans for education and service, and financial need. A letter of recommendation is also required.
John Burgess Memorial
John was passionate about aviation and working on motors, cars and airplanes. It is his family’s wish to assist qualified post-secondary students in the pursuit of careers in Aviation or Mechanics.
Faurot Electric Trade School Scholarship
This $1000 scholarship is made available by Jeromy and Lindsey Lisenby to help further local student’s education in a trade school. The trades that qualify for this scholarship are Carpentry, Electrical, HVAC and/or Plumbing. It is their wish to assist qualified students in the pursuit of careers in these trades in western Kansas. Due April 1, 2022
Continuing Education Application
Scott Community Foundation Continuing Education Application For Postsecondary Education Scholarships For Local Residents and SCHS Students Who Graduated Before 2022
Labache Ag Scholarship -
Rawlins and Wallace County
Seniors from Rawlins and Wallace County are eligible; $3,750 Post-Secondary Scholarship awarded to one student for two years (second year if student qualifies)