Mentor Chippewa Scholarship Opportunities
Mentor Chippewa scholarship opportunities are available to students who have been involved in the Mentor Chippewa program for at least one year during their K-12 academic career. Awards are meant to further the student’s education and training after high school. Awards are competitive and based on dollars available to grant. Scholarship opportunities include:
- Carol Gienapp Memorial Scholarship, named in memory of Carol Gienapp, the first Director of the mentor program.
- Alice Hagen Scholarship, named in honor of Alice Hagen, a Chippewa Falls graduate and long-time supporter of the mentor program.
- Applicants must have been involved in the Mentor Chippewa program for at least one year during their K-12 academic career:
- New Applicant: Open to first time scholarship applicants who are current high school seniors on track to graduate, past graduates, or those who will/have earned a GED.
- Renewing Applicant: Open to former Mentor Chippewa participants to reapply for the scholarship opportunity up to 3-years after high school graduation, or until age 22.
- Mentor Chippewa scholarship opportuities are renewable. Priority will be given to students who applied for but did not receive a scholarship; all applicants encouraged to reapply.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 4:00 pm, Friday, April 29, 2022
I am so grateful for my mentor, all the years that she spent with me, the support and encouragement she gave me when I was graduating and applying for college, and the scholarship I received, all for being a part of the mentor program.
Haley, Scholarship Recipient