Scholarship Name Category Due Date Amount
Land O' Lakes Historical Society Scholarship Local Scholarships 2/1/2018 $2,000

Open to graduating seniors from Northland Pines, Watersmeet, and Phelps High Schools as well as home-schooled students or students currently enrolled in post-secondary institutions whose parents or guardians are residents of the Land O’ Lakes area.

There is no academic requirements.

Applicants must:
1. Show documented community involvement in any local event or institution. Indicate your particular involvement. You or your supervisor may submit documentation in any appropriate form. Your supervisor may be interviewed.

2. Submit a well-written typed essay about your volunteer activity to The Land O’ Lakes Historical Society Scholarship
Committee. The quality of writing will be judged as well as the extent of community involvement. Write about what a
specific volunteer experience meant to you, how it affected your schooling and if it influenced your decision to continue your education.

3. Submit three letters of recommendation, one personal, one from school and one from the organization where you

4. Send three (3) sets of your materials to The Land O’ Lakes Historical Society Scholarship Committee. Be sure your
name is on each sheet submitted.

5. The Scholarship Recipient will need to be available for photos for the press with a Land O' Lakes Historical Society



To be presented by a Historical Society Representative.  The award will be paid directly to the students post secondary institution pending the letter of acceptance or confirmation of attendance.  

Other Information:

NOTIFICATION Three professionals will judge materials using a written rating system. The successful applicant will
be notified by letter.

*The Land O' Lakes Historical Society is a community organization founded and operated by volunteers as a community service and, as such, wishes to honor students who actively participate in the community as volunteers performing community service.

Land O Lakes Historical Society - O Lakes Scholarship .pdf
R & S Winter Family Foundation Vocational/Technical/ Trades Scholarship Local Scholarships 3/23/2018 $5,000


High school graduate with an overall, minimum 2.0 GPA and will enter vocational training education the following semester. Traditional vocational programs, Associate Degree or Technical Diploma, typically require two years of full time course work with about 60 minimum credits.


No more than $5,000 can be awarded to one qualified student.  Multiple students can qualify.

Other Information:

R&S Winter Family Foundation, Inc.     Vocational Scholarships

Eligible Fields of Study


  • Agri – Business
  • Agricultural Equipment Technician
  • Aircraft Mechanic
  • Appliance Repair
  • Applied Mechanical CAD Technician
  • Architectural Design & Technology
  • Automotive Technician / Body
  • Basic Machining
  • Carpentry
  • Construction Technologies
  • Culinary Arts
  • Dental Hygienist
  • Diesel Equipment Mechanic / Technology
  • Electromechanical Technology
  • Emergency Medical Technician / Paramedic
  • Fire Medic
  • Flux Core Arc Welding
  • Gas Metal Arc Welding
  • Gas Tungsten Arc Welding
  • Gunsmithing
  • HVAC – Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning
  • Machine Tool Operation / Technics
  • Manufacturing Engineering Technology
  • Mechanical Design Engineering Technology
  • Medical Laboratory Technician
  • Motorcycle Repair
  • Nursing / Nursing Assistant (CNA)/Medical Assistant
  • Paramedic Technician
  • Pharmacy Technician
  • Plumbing
  • Radiography
  • Residential Building
  • Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW)
  • Surgical Technologist
  • Technical Studies – Journey Worker
  • Welding Fabrication / Robotics / Operations
  • Wood Science / Technology
R & S Winter Scholarship - & S Winter Scholarhship.pdf
Americanism Programs & Scholarships Nationwide 6/1/2018 Varies

This Department offers a number of scholarships to assist young people in their pursuit of higher education.  There are opportunities for everyone, including relatives of wartime veterans and participants in Legion Programs.



Other Information:

Please visit the Department website at or call 608-745-1090

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