“To allow deserving students to attain their educational goals, meet their professional objectives and succeed to their fullest potential.” – Forest County Potawatomi Foundation Scholarship Mission
Since 1999, the Forest County Potawatomi Foundation has been supporting our communities by assisting and enabling their efforts towards self-improvement. However, we know that there is more we can do for our communities. We know that our communities have a real need to create a more educated and skilled workforce, and there is a need to make that education and training more affordable.
To help address this overwhelming need found in communities throughout Wisconsin, the Forest County Potawatomi Foundation has created a scholarship program for Wisconsin residents. Three different scholarship opportunities are available for Wisconsin residents seeking to enroll in one of Wisconsin’s accredited universities or technical schools/colleges. We look forward to this new chapter for the Forest County Potawatomi Foundation and continuing the work we do with our communities.
The Foundation will begin accepting applications for the 2019-2020 academic year beginning December 3, 2018 until 11:59 p.m. February 24, 2018.
$2,000 Chief Simon Kahquados Scholarship
1-year transfer student scholarship
An eligible applicant is a student with at least one year of post-secondary coursework (24 credits) from an accredited institution who is planning on transferring to a Wisconsin college or university. Awardee receives a one-time $2,000 scholarship for the 2019-2020 academic year.
$5,000 Delores Pemma Scholarship
2-year technical college scholarship for first-year students
An eligible applicant is a Wisconsin resident who is seeking to enroll as a first-year student at an accredited 2-year Wisconsin technical school or college. Awardee receives $2,500/year for two years.
$10,000 Lois Crowe Scholarship
4-year undergraduate student scholarship for first-year students
An eligible applicant is a Wisconsin high school senior who is seeking to enroll as a first-year undergraduate student at an accredited Wisconsin college/university. Awardee receives $2,500/year for four years.