Scholarships of county 'Itasca' within Minnesota
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AAUW Anniversary Scholarship (Grand Rapids Branch)
Student Type: Non-Traditional Students, aged 25 or older. Student may be full-time or part-time.Area: Residents of the Greater Itasca County AreaRenewable: No. Previous recipients are eligible to reapplyAttachments: Essay, Letters of Recommendation and SARCriteria: AAUW knows that equity is still an issue and believes that education is a gateway to economic security. The Anniversary Scholarship was established and is supported to bring viable and visible life to that belief.Finalists for the scholarship award may be asked to participate in an interview process with members of the AAUW Branch and/or staff from the Grand Rapids Area Community Foundation.Students interested in applying for this scholarship must:1. Have completed a minimum of an AA degree or its equivalent who is planning to complete a certification program, a Bachelor of Arts or Science degree or a post-graduate degree2. Submit an essay which addresses past experiences that drive the applicant’s plans and dreams for the future.
Hannula Aviation Scholarship
Student Type: Traditional Students or Non-Traditional StudentsArea: Residents of the Greater Itasca County AreaRenewable: NoAttachments: All flight experience including hours and type ratingsCriteria: This scholarship is intended for a student interested in pursuing their private pilot license. It may be used for aviation related education or flight hours.
Catherine M. Anderson Memorial Scholarship
Student Type: Traditional StudentsArea: District 318Renewable: NoAttachments: EssayCriteria: This scholarship was established in memory of Catherine Anderson, who taught for 31 years in District 318, including four years in one-room country schools in rural Itasca County. Thisscholarship supports females who are interested in pursuing a career in education.