Scholarship Information Archive

Posted on March 22, 2019

Ray Hunthausen Junior Golf Foundation Scholarship Application

The Ray Hunthausen Junior Golf Foundation $1,000 college scholarship was established to help high school seniors who will be continuing education beyond high school. This scholarship is not based on golf skill. The only criteria for applicants is involvement in golf in some manner: a player, member of a school golf team, participation in a junior golf program, employee in a pro shop, or work on the grounds crew at a golf course.

Posted on March 19, 2019

2019 Milo Casagrande Scholarship Fund

Eligibility Requirements
To be eligible to receive a Milo Casagrande Scholarship, applicants must meet the following requirements:
1. This scholarship is being offered to all students. Preference will be given to current Montana Tow Truck Association (MTTA) members in good standing, their family members or their employees and their families. (i.e., spouse, child or grandchild)
2. You must be a high school senior graduating with a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 and be accepted or enrolled in an accredited college or trade school, OR you must be enrolled in an accredited college or trade school and be maintaining a cumulative GPA of 2.0.
3. You must complete and submit this application as well as all required supporting documents below.
4. Recognizing the need for skilled professionals in the towing industry, preference will be given to those majoring in a trade school, auto or diesel mechanics, business, accounting, mechanical or electrical engineering.

Posted on March 13, 2019

Helena Kiwanis Club Key Club Scholarship

Key Club Scholarships Instructions:

  1. Complete all sections of the application as accurately as possible. Make sure that all signatures required for eligibility are included
  2. Only students who have been awarded a scholarship will receive notification
  3. Must be a college bound graduating high school student and a registered Key Club member
  4. All scholarships are provided as cash awards in the form of a check issued to the student
  5. The scholarship amount is $1,000
  6. Awards are disbursed at the May 6th club meeting honoring scholarship winners

Application and attachments must be received before April 12, 2019 at

Helena Kiwanis Club
Scholarship Committee
P.O. Box 4178
Helena, MT 59604

Posted on March 13, 2019

Helena Kiwanis Club Weber Music Scholarship

Qualifications and criteria for all applicants:

  • Be a college bound graduating high school senior attending college during the fall 2019 semester.
  • Participated in at least one Helena High School or Capital High School Music Program.

Graduating Seniors

  • 1. Scholarship applications may be obtained from the school Career Center, Music Teachers, or by
    contacting the Helena Kiwanis Club at 406-442-8657.
  • 2. Follow the instructions outlined in the scholarship packet.
  • 3. One $1,000 scholarship each will be awarded at Capital High School and Helena High School.
  • 4. Mail the application, CD or DVD of your music selection, and letters of personal reference to the Helena
    Kiwanis Club.
  • 5. Application due date for the 2019 Helena Kiwanis Club Music Scholarships is April 12, 2019. The
    applications will be reviewed by a scholarship committee composed of Helena Kiwanis Club members.
Posted on March 13, 2019

The ACT Scholarship Giveaway

10th and 11th graders register for a chance to win a $40,000 scholarship and a $5,000 tech package when you take the ACT test!

Please click on the link for more information and official rules.

Posted on March 7, 2019

Eve Weaver O’Connell Scholarship

Applicants must:

  • Be high school seniors or high school graduates.
  • Be within the middle one-third in scholastic standing (and in good academic standing) at the time of initial application, as a graduating high school senior.
  • Demonstrate financial need.
  • Demonstrate traits of good character and ability, a willingness to further his or her education in college, and adaptability is associating with other students.
  • Plan to attend full-time an accredited college or university in Montana.
Posted on March 4, 2019

The Lewis and Clark Republican Women Cyndi Forbes Memorial Scholarship

The Cyndi Forbes Memorial Scholarship Fund is available to a female high school senior, high school graduate or equivalent who is a resident of Lewis and Clark, Broadwater, or Jefferson Counties and is either entering, currently enrolled or is returning to an institution of higher education in Montana.

Posted on February 19, 2019

Normandie Law Firm Scholarship

As part of its goal to make education accessible to everyone, the Normandie Law Firm has established the Normandie Law Firm Diversity Scholarship.  Each year, the firm will award two scholarships, each in the amount of $1000. The purpose of the scholarship is to encourage and assist a needy student, who has demonstrated academic excellence and a commitment to the promotion of diversity, to pursue an education in their field of choosing.

Posted on February 8, 2019

Schwanke Honors Institute – Need-based scholarships

Join a two-week immersive experience for high school and incoming first-year students to explore University life and academics at the University of Montana’s Davidson Honors College. Learn from award-winning honors faculty, build connections with other curious students, and engage in what an honors education has to offer, including experiential learning and small class sizes. Choose between two environmentally-themed courses and receive three college credits.

Here are a few of the experiences you will have this summer in the Schwanke Honors Institute coordinated by the Davidson Honors College (DHC):

  • A choice between two 3-credit courses taught by University of Montana faculty:
    • Creative Writing in the Environment
    • Climate Science, Society, and Solutions
  • On-campus housing in the residence halls with fellow pre-college students and current students in the Davidson Honors College, who serve as residential staff and teaching assistants
  • Structured days with morning class sessions, afternoon workshops to prepare for college opportunities, and local field trips to explore course topics
  • Evenings to eat in the dining hall, finish homework in your dorm room, and attend group activities
  • A 3-day field trip to Glacier National Park and the Blackfeet Reservation for an immersive study of environment and sustainability

Printable 2019 Schwanke Honors Institute Flyer

Students must have completed their freshman year of high school by June 2019. Enrollment in the Institute is limited to 20 students per class, so we encourage early applications. Please select the application link below to complete the online application:

 
Need-based Scholarships Available

Please note you will need the following documents to complete an online application:
  1. Student’s unofficial high school transcript.
  2. Statement of Interest: In 500 words or less, please describe your interest in participating in the Schwanke Honors Institute. Please be specific in the relevant experiences you have had, what you are interested in learning, and why you would like to participate in this institute.
  3. Name and contact information for a high school counselor as a reference, an unofficial copy of your high school transcript, and financial information, if you are interested in being considered for a need-based scholarship.

For more information or questions please contact:
Davidson Honors College – University of Montana – Missoula, MT 59812
Phone: (406) 243-2541 or email: dhc@umontana.edu

The 2019 Schwanke Honors Institute is an immersive, two-week classroom and field-based program focused on the environment and sustainability. Students choose between two, three-credit courses taught by University of Montana Honors faculty. These courses draw from the University of Montana’s nationally-distinctive programs in creative writing and climate change studies.

Posted on February 8, 2019

The Lewis and Clark County Farm Bureau Scholarship

The Lewis & Clark County Farm Bureau will award $1500.00 in scholarship funds to students from Lewis & Clark County area schools.  Scholarships may be awarded as one at $1,500, two at $750 each, or three at $500 each.

The winner(s) will be selected on the following criteria:

  1. Must be an incoming freshman or presently enrolled in college or an accredited vocational educational school.
  2. Scholarship must be used the year it is awarded.
  3. Must be current paid Lewis & Clark County Farm Bureau member, or an immediate member of a current paid Lewis & Clark County Farm Bureau family.
  4. Will be judged on the following:
  • Scholastic achievement (high school GPA)
  • Future Goals (college, career, activities, etc.)
  • Community Involvement
  • School activities
  1. Applicants must submit a video* in which they give answers to the following questions:
  • What is your major of study and how will you use that to better agriculture?
  • What are some of the current issues regarding agriculture?

All scholarship applications must be sent to and signed by the L&C County Farm Bureau president:

Karl Christians, President                                                                                                    Lewis & Clark County Farm Bureau                                                                                  P.O. Box 566                                                                                                                          East Helena, MT  59635