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The Evans Scholarship is a full tuition and housing college scholarship for high-achieving caddies with limited financial means. To qualify, caddies must meet the requirements of having a strong caddie record, excellent academics, demonstrated financial need and outstanding character.
Scholarship applications are accepted at the beginning of an applicant's senior year of high school, as well as from college freshmen....
The Emile H. Mathis II Scholarship Fund was created in 2012 to recognize the life and career of University of Wisconsin-Superior alum Emile Mathis and to support the education of future generations of artists from that same institution.
This scholarship is available to all students who will be or are degree seeking students in the Visual Arts Department...
Graduating high school seniors of an Appleton public or private high school, including high school home schooling programs accredited by the Appleton Area School District, who plan to pursue a bachelor's degree at an accredited college or university. The selection process will be based on the following:
A) Applicants are in the top 50% of their high school class...
Hubert A. Nelson Scholarship Fund provides scholarships for Duluth and Superior high school seniors who intend to major in business or accounting at the University of Minnesota Duluth or the University of Wisconsin-Superior.
Seniors graduating in the top 25% of their class from a Duluth or Superior public or private high school and who intend to study business...
Education is very important to the Huston Family. They wanted to give students, that may not have otherwise had the opportunity, to further their educational dreams and goals.
Graduating seniors of the following public high schools: Appleton East, Appleton North, Appleton West, Neenah, and Menasha, who are planning to further their education at a school within the University of...
Margaret Ferris was a teacher of deaf and hard of hearing children in the special education program at Oshkosh Public Schools. She retired in the early 1980's after a long career that touched the lives of many deaf and hard of hearing children from the Fox Valley region. She often stated she taught 27 years without ever being heard.