Mentor Chippewa Scholarship Opportunities
Mentor Chippewa scholarship opportunities are available to students who are looking to further their 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 apply for the scholarship opportunity, up to 3-years after high school graduation, or until age 22.
- Mentor Chippewa scholarship opportunities are renewable. Priority will be given to students who applied for but did not receive a scholarship; all applicants are encouraged to reapply.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 4:00 pm, Friday, March 15th, 2024