2021 Scholarship Winners

Feb 16, 2021


Congratulations!

Since our usual in-person annual meeting had to go virtual this year, our scholarship program had to as well. To apply, students had to submit a video essay on the importance of cooperatives in rural America. All applicants submitted very well written essays and were chosen to be awarded a $750 scholarship.

 Congratulations to our scholarship winners and good luck in the future!


 
Scholarship Winners: Brooklyn VanNatta (Lancaster H.S), Carly Butzler (Cashton H.S), Cole Helt (Waunakee H.S), David Tisch (Pecatonica H.S), Jessica Vinger (Dodgeville H.S), Katelyn Carey (New Berlin H.S), (Kylee Sebranek - River Valley H.S), Levi Hampton (Cassville H.S), Michael Gustafson (Middleton H.S), (Randy Winch (Fennimore H.S), Ruby Breuer (River Ridge H.S), Ty Ready (New Glarus H.S), Vanessa Harris (La Farge H.S), Madison Russell (Shullsburg H.S)

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Allison Jensen

QA + Communications Specialist

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