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Scholarships are available for students who played basketball in senior year and plan to attend a University of Wisconsin school. Full details are available at The online application will be available at that site on Feb. 1st, 2024.

In order to be eligible for an AHEPA Milwaukee Chapter #43 scholarship, and applicant MUST meet BOTH of the following criteria:

A senior high school student eligible for graduation at the end of the 2023-2024 school year and have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.

An applicant must also meet ONE of the following criteria:

  • Be a child or grandchild of a member of Milwaukee AHEPA Chapter #42 or Daughters of Penelope Hector 103. (If the grandchild does not reside in the six-county area -- Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Racine, Sheboygan, Washington, and Waukesha Counties -- their father must be an EHAPN and/or mother a DOP of a different chapter.)
  • Be a member of a Greek Orthodox Church in southeastern Wisconsin. 

Personal Interview will occur on Sunday, March 17th, 2024

Awards Presentation will occur on Sunday, May 19th, 2024

For full details and to apply online, visit the AHEPA Chapter 43 scholarship website

Several scholarships are available through the American Legion Auxiliary of Wisconsin. Visit their website for more information and to access application forms.

1. Participation is limited to any senior who is attending high school in Sheboygan County and is on track to graduate.

2. The applicant must have an immediate family member that is serving in, or a veteran of, the United States Military. (Parent, sibling, grandparent, uncle or aunt)

3. The second most important qualification is financial need.

4. Class ranking should be in the upper 50% of the graduation class.

5. The student must be well rounded in community activities and work experience as well as school activities being considered.

6. 2 and 4 year college programs as well as technical colleges are acceptable.

7. Any major will be considered.

American Legion Prescott-Bayens Post 83 Scholarship

Two scholarships--one for $1000 and another for $2500--are available for students who plan to pursue a 4-year course of study in civil engineering. For full details and an application, visit the ASCE scholarship website

This scholarship is open to applicants who are diagnosed as deaf or hard of hearing, and are receiving services through the school district for their condition. Please see that attached application form for further details.

ADHHC 2024 Scholarship 

The Dream Pool Foundation is offering 6 scholarships for students planning to major in the visual arts (including art therapy).

For complete details and a scholarship application, download this document:

Stuckert Art Scholarship 2024

Required application contents & mailing procedure:

1. Application must be fully completed and signed

2. A short, one page essay describing the lessons you learned from your community

involvement, and how you hope to be an engaged member and participant of your

community in the future.

3. A complete transcript of high school credits or college credits to date

4. Two written recommendations

a. one from your principal, teacher or guidance counselor

b. one from employer, clergy, or other community leader

5. Applications are due by March 15th. Late and/or incomplete applications will be

automatically disqualified.

The selection of the student is based on scholastic attainment, school participation, and

community service.

Charlie Kolb & Cleveland State Bank Scholarship

1.  Applicant must live in the Cleveland Elementary School boundaries and parents, guardians or grandparents are 2-year active members of the Cleveland Athletic Club member. 

2.  The following criteria shall serve as a guideline for recipient selection:

     A.  ATHLETICS: must have participated in high school sports for at least 2 years and have participated in Cleveland Youth Sports for at least 2 years

3.  A written application detailing athletic, academic and community service achievements along with a transcript of grades is required.  The application must be made through the high school Student Services Office.

4.  The scholarship shall be used for the first year of education following graduation from high school. 

See link for additional requirements

2024 Cleveland Athletic Club Scholarship

We have established the following eligibility requirements for all applicants:

  1.  Must reside in the Cleveland Elementary School boundaries or have a family member that is a Cleveland Lions Club active member.
  2.  2024 graduating high school student or an adult pursuing their first year of higher education.
  3.  Accepted to an accredited institution of higher education (2 or 4 year).
  4.  Exhibited participation in community service and/or school activities.
  5.  Applications must be mailed or emailed, no later than March 1, 2024


Compeer Financial's corporate giving program is offering 123 scholarships to graduating seniors with an agriculture or rural background or those planning to major in an agriculture-related field at a community college, university or technical school.  Each recipient will receive $1,500 for educational tuition expenses.  Qualified applicants must be graduating seniors residing in Compeer Financial's 144-county territory with a 3.0 GPA or higher. Recipients will be selected based on a combination of academic achievement, agricultural, community and youth organization involvement and essays.

Compeer Financial Scholarship

Available to graduating high school seniors who have been accepted or will enroll at a university, college or community/technical college and who have an agricultural or rural background or plan to major in an agriculture-related field. Eligible applicants will need at least a 3.0 GPA (on a 4.0 scale).  Recipients will be selected based on academic achievement, agricultural and community organization involvement and essays.

*Dependents of Compeer Financial team members and Board Members are not eligible.

Provides 123 (41 per state) individual $1,500 scholarships within Illinois, Minnesota and Wisconsin.

Visit the Compeer website for full information and to apply.

Student must have attended Cooper Elementary School for at least 3 years

Student must attend a private, public or technical school in or out of state

Student must have been in at least two extra curricular activities or volunteer work in or outside of school

Not based on financial need

Student must complete essay on: "What are your future educational plans and how did attending Cooper Elementary School impact those plans?" or "Relay a memorable experience you had at Cooper Elementary School and how that has helped shape you into the person you are today"

Cooper Elementary Scholarship Application.doc (3)


There are 2-4 scholarships available for high school seniors planning to attend a

university, college or technical school during the next school year and majoring in

veterinary medicine and/or an agriculture oriented field. These scholarships are available

to seniors in area high schools. The amount of scholarship is variable.


1. Major in Veterinary Medicine, Dairy/Animal Science, Crop Science,

Microbiological/Genetic Science or another Agriculture-oriented field

2. High School grade point average above 2.5/4.0

Dairy Doctors Veterinary Services Scholarship

The Sheboygan County chapter of the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) is offering two $1000 scholarships to students pursuing careers in aviation-related fields. For full information and an application, visit Chapter 766's scholarship site

Each yer, the UW HELP office awards two high school seniors with the Boettiger scholarship of $2,000 each that attend any of the University of Wisconsin System campuses. For each student, $1,000 will be dispersed to the respective UW campus in the fall semester and $1,000 will be dispersed in the spring semester. 


  • The following qualities will be taken into consideration in the selection process:
  • Applicant must currently be a Wisconsin high school senior (12th grade) student.
  • Applicant must have a minimum cumulative Grade Point Average (unweighted) of 2.0 out of 4.0.
  • Applicant must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form.
  • Applicant demonstrates financial need.
  • Applicant plans to attend a Universities of Wisconsin institution as a full-time, new freshman student beginning Fall 2024.
  • Preference will be given to applicants planning to major in a health-related field.
Emma D. Boettiger Scholarship

GEAR UP Scholarship:

DPI WEOP supports students in their pursuit of postsecondary education and makes available a GEAR UP Scholarship for eligible Wisconsin GEAR UP (WIGU) students and eligible outreach students. Students must apply for the scholarship during their senior year of high school and before the July 15 deadline. If awarded, students will receive a one-year GEAR UP Scholarship.

Scholarship Criteria

  • GEAR UP Enrollment Date
    • The dollar amount of the scholarship varies based on when the student enrolled in GEAR UP.
    • Previous GEAR UP Grants (Enrollments BEFORE August 23, 2019)
    • Newly awarded 2019 GEAR UP Grant (Enrollments AFTER August 23, 2019)
  • Scholarship Type
    • Priority Student Scholarship - Eligible GEAR UP students who complete six or more college credits through dual enrollment or earn a micro-credential while in high school are eligible for a greater scholarship amount.
      • Priority WITH dual enrollment or micro-credential (requires copy of transcripts from associated institution)
      • Priority WITHOUT dual enrollment or micro-credential
    • Outreach - Eligible Outreach students will compete for a variable set of funds each year. The total number of available scholarships depends on the number of eligible priority students who apply. The student must have attended a GEAR UP outreach service. Scholarships will be awarded to students on a first-come, first-served basis.

Deadline to apply: Students must apply for the scholarship by July 15 following their senior year of high school, but early application is encouraged. Only complete applications will be considered.

Eligible students will demonstrate financial need at the time of application and meet the following criteria:

  • Be under 22 years of age at the time of the first scholarship award.
  • Have received a secondary school diploma or its recognized equivalent on or after January 1, 1998.
  • Be enrolled or accepted for enrollment, and provide proof of enrollment or acceptance, in a program of undergraduate instruction at a public, private non-profit, or technical college in Wisconsin.
  • Have participated in a service provided by the WIGU project.

Gear Up Scholarship

Basic Eligibility Requirements:

1. Must graduate from a public, private, charter, magnet, or STEM high school

2. Must have achieved a 3.5 GPA

3. Must enroll in an eligible college or university the first semester following graudation

4. Must maintain a 4 year or less graduation schedule

5. Must work 240 hours prior to commencement of the fall semester in college

6. Applicants adjusted gross income reported for 2022 federal income tax purposes must not have exceeded $100,000

Hagan Scholarship

HearthStone of Wisconsin is offering two $1,000 opportunity scholarships to residents of Sheboygan County. Applicants must be identified as, and enrolled in a program for, students with an identified intellectual disability, traumatic brain impairment, or autism. More information and an application are on HearthStone's website

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  1. Senior who must have attended Jefferson Elementary School for at least 2 academic years.
  2. Submit a transcript
  3. Submit attendance information from senior year
  4. Submit a listing of extra-curricular activities
  5. Student must complete an essay in under 1,000 words on the following topic:"How did Jefferson Elementary impact your educational experience in Sheboygan?"

Jefferson Elementary School App

  • Applicant must be a graduate patient of Just Orthodontics.
  • Applicant must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0

The Just Orthodontics scholarship is a non-renewable scholarship awarded to a hIgh school graduating senior that was a past patient at Just Orthodontics who is planning to enroll in a technical college or a 4-year college/university. Payment will be given upon successful completion of first semester post-secondary education.

This year's scholarship is worth $500.

Please complete and send the attached application and submit a copy of your High School Transcript to:

Just Orthodontics, 340 E Reed Ave, Manitowoc, WI 54220


Applicant Criteria

● Attends a Sheboygan County High School

● Is a graduating senior in 2024.

● Will be attending Cosmetology School, ideally an AVEDA Institute but other schools will be considered.

KLorraine Cosmetology Scholarship Application Procedure (2)

Scholarship applicant must intend to enroll in a Firefighter or Police Science related field of study. Scholarship recipients shall be selected based on academic standing, school and community activities, and need. Applicants must have a GPA of 2.75 or higher on a 4.0 scale to be considered for a scholarship. See the scholarship application below for more details.

K of C Scholarship 2024

  1. Top 50% of your graduating senior class (any of the SASD High Schools)
  2. Must attend a private, public, or technical school (in or out-of-state) following high school graduation.
  3. Attended Lincoln-Erdman for at least three years.
  4. Must have been active in at least two extra-curricular activities in or outside of school during high school years.
  5. 200-250 word essay required: Topic: Lincoln-Erdman's motto is "Caring to Learn... Learning to Care." Please describe (with specific examples) how you have lived by this motto over the course of your life and how you plan to continue to live by this motto.
  6. Submit a brief cover letter with your essay explaining your activities and accomplishments during your high school years and describe your future plans after graduation to the Lincoln-Erdman Principal (Ms. Barttelt). Include full information about the college you will be attending and what your course of study/major will be. Be sure to list your name, address and phone number.
  7. Children of current Lincoln-Erdman staff members are not eligible.

One lump sum of $500 will be paid to the registrar's office at the college to be attended with funds to be used for books or tuition. Please provide proof of enrollment through a letter from the university listing where the scholarship money should be sent.

Lincoln-Erdman Elementary Scholarship

Essay required; submit application and a copy of your Local Scholarship Application to your guidance counseling office (Student Service's Office) for submission to donor by March 18, 2024

Lisa Biemann Scholarship

To be eligible for this scholarship, the applicant must have participated in the Manitowoc County Market Animal Show and Sale in one or more previous years.  See application for additional list of guidelines.

2024 Manitowoc Market Animal Scholarship Application (1)

  • Must be a US citizen or permenant resident
  • Must be a sigh school senior or graduate
  • Must enroll or be enrolled at an accredited educational institution and
  • Must fall into one of the three categories as described on the application

Further details are contained in the attached application.

Marine Corps League Scholarship 2024

All applicants must attend a high school located in Sheboygan County and/or live within Sheboygan County and intend to pursue a degree/career in a field directly related to mental health, including but not limited to psychology, counseling, social work, psychiatry, psychiatric nursing, etc. Applicants should have a minimum 3.0 grade point average on a 4.0 scale. The ideal applicant would be an active participant in their school, their community, and the MHA Youth Ambassador Program. See the attachment for further information. 

2024 Mental Health America Lakeshore Scholarship Application

This is an essay contest, and winners will receive a scholarship in the form of a $1,000 Edvest account. Student must be a resident of WI, graduating high school senior and plan to attend a Wisconsin college or university. Student or parent/guardian must have a valid SSN.  Student must also demonstrate key money management knowledge (budgeting, investing, use of credit, etc.)

Money Smart Wisconsin Scholarship

The Nemak Achievers Scholarship will be awarded to a student pursuing an engineering, manufacturing, or automotive career. See the attachment for further details. 

Nemak Achievers Flyer 2024

Applicants must have been born on or after June 1, 2004.

Applicants must be entering college (four year, community college or trade school) for the first time in 2025 (not incudling dual-enrollment courses). 

Applicants who have experienced homelessness within the last six years are eligible to apply.

You must currently be residing in the United States.  Undocumented students who meet these criteria are eligible.

Applications are to be submitted online.

SchoolHouse Connection Scholarship

Every year the Sheboygan Contractors Association picks a high school student who is involved in a contractor trade to receive a scholarship award. Apply using the form below.

SCA Scholarship 2023

The Early Bird Rotary Club Technical School Scholarships are for students planning to attend a Wisconsin technical college; have a minimum GPA of 2.5; have demonstrated leadership in school or community activities; and have work experience. 

Early Bird Rotary Scholarships

The Sheboygan Jaycees Foundation offers two $1,500.00 scholarships each year to Sheboygan-area high school seniors. Selection is based on community involvement, community service, leadership roles, and volunteer activities. Each applicant must complete the application form, write an essay stating career and educational objective(s), explain how the Jaycee Creed relates to his/her own values and vision, and submit two letters of recommendation from teacher(s), coach(es), school counselor, employer, etc.

Go HERE for more details and to access the scholarship application. Turn in your completed application to your school's Counseling Center by 3:15 PM on Wednesday, March 15th.

This scholarship is for a student pursuing a 2- or 4-year degree in agriculture or environmental science. See application below for further details.

Sheboygan River Progressive Farmers 2024

Applicants must:

  • Be a Class of 2024 High School graduate who will continue their post-secondary education at  a 4-year college/university
  • Be a resident of Sheboygan County or a member of the current graduating class of a high school located in Sheboygan County.
  • Have a minimum "B" GPA of 3.0 for all years of high school attendance.
  • Demonstrate a capacity for leadership and good character qualities.
  • Show active involvement and leadership in community, school, work, and/or church activities.
  • Applicant achievements must representative of those that would be attributed to a "good" and "involved" student.

To apply, complete the fillable PDF below and email it to the Rotary Club by March 1st, 2024.

Rotary Club 2024 4 Year Scholarship

Applicants must:

  • Be a Class of 2024 High School graduate who will continue their post-secondary education at LTC 
  • Be a resident of Sheboygan County or a member of the current graduating class of a high school located in Sheboygan County.
  • Have a minimum "B" GPA of 3.0 for all years of high school attendance.
  • Demonstrate a capacity for leadership and good character qualities.
  • Show active involvement and leadership in community, school, work, and/or church activities.
  • Applicant achievements must representative of those that would be attributed to a "good" and "involved" student.

To apply, complete the fillable PDF below and email it to the Rotary Club by March 1st, 2024.

Rotary Club 2024 LTC Scholarship

Any graduating senior in Sheboygan County, who have attended a minimum 2 of their 4 years at a Sheboygan County high school.

The application link will be live on February 1st. Interested seniors can visit our website: . Under 'Services & Events' click on "Education Scholarship". From there, click "Online Application" to complete the process. We have moved to a paperless process, so please have seniors use this link and the electronic forms!

Incomplete or partial applications will not be considered.

The Scholarship Committee will review all applications with personal information redacted and determine the 7 finalists. Those 7 finalists will be contacted in early April to schedule an interview time on the evening of Wednesday, April 10th, 2024. Interviews at this time are planned to be IN PERSON, location and schedule will be shared directly with Finalists who need that information.

Sheboygan Service Foundation Scholarship

Applicants must live in Sheboygan County or be graduating from a high school in Sheboygan County and plan on attending a college or university beginning in Fall of the current academic year.  Visual arts include:  drawing, painting, photography, filmmaking, fashion design, architecture, art education, graphic design, etc.

Applicants need to submit your application and an artist statement and a portfolio of 5 to 10 works demonstrating their artistic abilities. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed by the Scholarship Committee.  

$1,500 scholarship to a high school senior who plans to attend a college or university beginning in the fall of 2024 and plans to major in visual arts. This includes drawing, painting, photography, film, fashion design, architecture, studio art, art education, graphic design, etc.

Applications and more information can be obtained online at:


Available to seniors who plan to attend a 4-year college, community/junior college or career school

No minimum SAT/ACT score or grade point average

No essay required

No lengthy application form

No application fee

NOTE: Please type "" directly into the browser and not into a search engine such as Google or Yahoo! These search engines will frequently redirect students to advertiser sites not affiliated with the authentic Student-View Scholarships.

Student View Scholarship

Please visit for full scholarship details, including the application. Materials are due April 1st.  

  • Current graduating senior attending a high school within 150 miles of Green Bay
  • Pursuing a career with an agriculture focus that will enhance rural communities
    • Examples include dairy science, animal science, agriculture engineering, veterinary medicine, agriculture economics, biotechnology, environmental science, agri-business
  • Minimum 3.0 high school GPA
  • Minimum 19 ACT composite score
  • Student with a rural or agriculture background
  • Financial need as demonstrated by the FAFSA
    • Families with an Expected Family Contribution (EFC) of $20,000 or less are eligible to apply for the scholarship. Should your EFC fall above $20,000, you may still apply for the scholarship. Please review the Financial Information Requirements for further details.

Scholarship recipients will receive $10,000 over four years.

Applicants must:

  • Complete an Online Application Form
  • Submit a personal statement
  • Submit a list of Extracurricular Activities
  • Provide 2 letters of recommendation
  • Submit Official High School Transcripts and ACT/SAT Scores
  • Complete FAFSA and submit the SAR (Student Aid Report)

Applications are available beginning January 1st. Completed applications are due April 1st.

Thomas H. Lutsey WASEDA Farms Scholarship

Purpose: The TIP grant aids low-income and disadvantaged Wisconsin students with additional college funding to help reduce the student’s amount of loan, work-study, or unmet need.


  • Students must be attending at least part time.
  • Students must be a first-time freshman.
  • Students must be attending a public or private Wisconsin college or university.
  • A student must meet one criterion from Group A based on financial need and one criterion from Group B based on nontraditional/ disadvantaged circumstances
  • The TIP grant can be renewed for up to ten semesters of enrollment and must be used within six years of enrollment at a public, private, or technical college or university in Wisconsin.
  • Funds are awarded on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Funding: Funding varies from year to year depending upon the number of continuing students. The Higher Educational Aids Board (HEAB) determines annually the amount of funds awarded for continuing students. HEAB then divides the remaining funds between the WEOP offices and the college financial aid community to award to new freshman. The TIP grant ranges from $600 to $1800 per school year.

Applications should be turned in to Mrs. Magray in the Student Services Office

TIP Grant Application

Four $1,000 Town of Sheboygan Lions Club scholarships will be awarded:

  • Three will be dedicated for applicants enrolled in program leading to a 4-year degree at an accredited 2 or 4-year traditional university
  • Applicants must be a resident of the Town of Sheboygan
  • The applicant must demonstrate good citizenship
  • Applicant must be required to return all parts of the application by March 22, 2024

One $1,000 Art Schnell Memorial scholarship will be awarded:

  • One will be dedicated for an applicant enrolled in a program at an accredited trade/technical college
  • Applicant must be a resident of Sheboygan County
  • The applicant must demonstrate good citizenship
  • Applicant must be required to return all parts of the application by March 22, 2024
Town of Sheboygan Lions Club Scholarships

A total of six scholarships in the amount of $700 will be awarded to high school students. Applicants must be the child or legal dependent of someone who is a member of one of the UAW chapters listed on the information document below.

UAW 2024 Scholarship Information

UAW 2024 Scholarship Instructions

UAW 2024 Scholarship Application

The Local 833 UAW (Kohler Company) is be offering multiple scholarships for eligible graduating high school seniors to assist with the continuation of education at any accredited university, college, or trade school. 

The basic eligibility rule limits consideration to child or stepchild of current Active or Retired members of UAW Local 833. Local 833 is the labor organization for factory employees at Kohler Company.

The deadline for applications is March 18, 2024. Students may apply for both Local 833 UAW Scholarships and Sheboygan Area UAW CAP Scholarships.

Please review the attachments for full details.

UAW 833 2024 Scholarship Info

UAW 833 2024 Scholarship Application

Two high school students in Wisconsin will be awarded this scholarship to help them attend any one of the University of Wisconsin campuses. Go HERE for the application and full details. 

This scholarship is open to students pursuing a career in Information Technology.  Recipient of this scholarship must be enrolled and attending an accredited institution of higher learning by October 15th following graduation.

VFW 9156 John Inovskis IT Scholarship 2024

The VFW Post 9156 Scholarship is open to any high school senior planning on attending college, technical school, or any other form of higher learning.

Recipient of this scholarship must be enrolled and attending an institution of higher learning by October 15th following graduation.  

VFW Post 9156 Scholarship 2024

The VFW Post 9156 Scholarship is open to any high school senior planning on attending college, technical school, or any other form of higher learning.

Recipient of this scholarship must be enrolled and attending an institution of higher learning by October 15th following graduation.

VFW Post Sheboygan Memorial Auxiliary Scholarship

Students planning to pursue a tech college or university degree in agriculture (or a related field) are eligible to apply. Please see the attachment for further details and for a copy of the application form.

WI Antique Power Reunion Scholarship

This scholarship is for students who plan to enroll in a vocational or technical program at a 2-year Wisconsin Technical College. More information is contained on the application form below.

WI Elks Technical College Scholarship Ap 2024 1 copy

Two or more scholarships may be awarded by the Wisconsin Farm Technology/Farm Progress Days-Sheboygan County Scholarship Trust Fund, depending on the funds available.  Candidates must be a Sheboygan County resident.  Candidate rank in the upper 50% of class preferred with grade point of 3.0 or higher.  Winners may be asked to travel to Breakfast on the Farm events in other counties one weekend during the summer.  Applicants must be enrolled in post high school agriculture related training, long or short course, from a University of Wisconsin System (Platteville, Madison or River Falls) institution.  Areas of study may include: Agricultural Journalism, Agronomy, Bacteriology, Biochemistry, Dairy Science/Herd Management, Environmental Sciences, Food Industry, Genetics, Horticulture/Landscape Architecture and any other Agriculture Related Field of Study.)  The legal agreement with the UW-Foundation states the recipient must be enrolling in a UW system school (and specifically an agricultural program).

Farm Technology Days Scholarship Application

This scholarship program provides graduating high school seniors with financial assistance to continue their education through enrollment in certain Wisconsin Technical Colleges. Recipients may elect any one-year technical diploma or two-year associate degree program.


  • Son or daughter of customer with primary residence in WPS service area
  • High school senior graduating in current academic year
  • Applied to attend one of these schools:
    • Fox Valley Technical College
    • Lakeshore Technical College
    • Northcentral Technical College
    • Nicolet Technical College
    • Mid-State Technical College
    • Northeast Wisconsin Technical College
  • Plan to enroll as a full-time student

WPS Scholarship

Student must have a parent who meets the following qualifications: a) Parent must be a full-time paid member of the police  b) Parent or guardian must be an active duty firefighter. A first place winner will be chosen from the Wisconsin Association two awardees and will be submitted to the Electronic Security Association for competition for one of two national college scholarships.  The first place national winner will receive $7,500 and the second place national winner receives $2,500.

WiSA Scholarship

To compete for one of the WTA scholarships, applicants must compose an essay addressing the question, "What strategies can be implemented by town officials in collaboration with citizens to maintain civility in local government?" 

Students do not need to be residents of towns in order to apply.

Further information and application directions can be found on the WTA's scholarship website