POST SECONDARY SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION

APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE AT OFFICE AND MEDIA CENTER

*Free Scholarship Info: 
https://www.education.com/scholarships/

*Free Scholarship Info:  https://universityhq.org/paying-for-college/scholarships/#k12

*Minnesota Indian Teacher Training Program-Prepares American Indian students who are pursuing a degree in the field of education.  MITTP provides grants and student support for American Indian students.  Please see Megan in the office for the applications.  

*Ethel Curry American Indian Leadership Scholarship-Applicants must be an enrolled member of a federally recognized tribe.  Applicant portfolios must be received by May 31st.  Please see Megan in the office for more information.  

*Attention Juniors:  The Minnesota Association of Townships Scholarship Program is offering five 2000.00 scholarships to high school juniors.  Applications must be submitted by May 1st 2020.  Winners will be notified October 1st.  See Megan in the office for more details.  

*Beltrami Electric Scholarship-Students must be dependents of Beltrami Electric Cooperative members.  $1000.00 Due date: April 15th, 2020.  See Megan in the office for a scholarship application.  

*Wahpehtunwin Dakota Iapi and Ojibwemodaa Eta Full-Time Scholarships-Eligibility Requirements: Must be admitted or pending admission to a Bachelors' degree program in American Indian Studies or Dakota/Ojibwe language at the University of MN-Twin Cities.  Must demonstrate serious dedication to learning the Dakota/Ojibwe language.  First year transfer students must have submitted an application for admission for June 1, 2020. 
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*The IHS Scholarship Program provides qualified American Indian and Alaska Native health professions students an opportunity to establish an educational foundation for each stage of your pre-professional careers. Since IHS began providing scholarship support to American Indian and Alaska Native students to pursue health profession careers in 1978, the program has grown to support, educate and place health care professionals within medically underserved Indian health programs throughout the continental United States and Alaska. Today, nearly 7,000 American Indian and Alaska Native students have received scholarship awards and many have committed to serving their health profession careers at IHS; some have even returned to serve their own Tribal communities. If you envision a career with a true purpose and mission, Indian health programs are looking for people like you. If you are willing to commit to working in Indian health communities where you can truly make a difference, we encourage you to take the next step toward realizing your future. The scholarship program provides financial support in exchange for a minimum two-year service commitment within an Indian health program in your chosen health professional discipline.
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*CHI St. Joseph’s Health Scholarship  - $1,000 scholarship award(s) is available to graduating seniors from the communities of Park Rapids, Nevis, Walker-Hackensack-Akeley, Laporte, Menahga and Sebeka schools who are going on to college or accredited vocational school pursuing careers in health care. Applications must be turned in by April 3rd, 2020.  See Megan in the office for an application.  

*CHI St. Joseph’s Health Second Year or Beyond Scholarship - $1,000 scholarship award(s) is available to college or vocational students who are in their second, third, fourth (or beyond) year of school pursuing a career in health care and have completed high school in  the communities of Park Rapids, Nevis, Walker-Hackensack-Akeley, Laporte, Menahga or Sebeka.  Applications must be turned in by April 3rd, 2020.  Please see Megan in the office for more details.  

*CHI St. Joseph’s Health/Brian Koria Scholarship - $750 scholarship awards(s), funded by CHI St. Joseph’s Health co-workers in memory of Brian Koria, is available to graduating seniors who are pursuing education in the medical field.  Graduates need to be from the communities of Park Rapids, Nevis, Walker-Hackensack-Akeley, Laporte, Menahga or Sebeka . Applications must be turned in by April 3rd, 2020.  Please see Megan in the office for an application.   

*JoAnne Frey Memorial Scholarship-Student must be in a Special Education class or have been at some point in their academic career.  $300.00  Due date:  May 1st, 2020.  See Megan in the office for an application.  











 

Contact: megan.morris@laporte.k12.mn.us