Students who are living in Custer, Roberts or Richland county (or contiguous counties) and enrolled in an eligible not-for-profit post-secondary accredited school have a must grab the chance. The Franklin Krause Foundation is happily expecting applications for their worthy New Horizons Scholarship. Fellows must have completed high school or obtained a GED and should be attending an eligible post-secondary school or any qualified student attending an eligible two-year skilled trade technical institute focused on a mechanical trade, or agriculture is considered.
The Franklin Krause Foundation has designed this scholarship to reduce the financial burden of the students. The program is extremely easy to access initiated to help the students complete their higher education and achieve their academic goals. This scholarship encourages students to benefit their county with their excellence, education and skills. The foundation knows that higher education costs burden students beyond their capability and for making education possible for all this scholarship is designed.
The Franklin Krause Foundation established in the South Dakota Community Foundation based upon the wishes of Franklin Krause. The foundation aims to provide financial support to deserving organizations, students to promote the growth of their counties. A number of programs initiate the growth of students and other organizations that are striving for the growth of the region. The programs are purposely easy to access for all.
Students should check the table below for more details about the scholarships:
|Organization||Franklin Krause Foundation|
|Educational Level||High School Students|
|Subjects||Mechanical Trade or Agriculture|
|Number of Awards||1|
|Nationality||Domestic and International|
|Requirement||Application, LoR, Essay|
Who May Be Eligible
Here are the mandatory requirements you need to stand on before applying for the scholarship:
- Fellows must be currently in the workforce for at least three years to be eligible.
- Students who are living in Custer, Roberts or Richland county (or contiguous counties) and enrolled in an eligible not-for-profit post-secondary accredited school are eligible.
- Fellows must have completed high school or obtained a GED and should be attending an eligible post-secondary school or any qualified student who will be attending an eligible two-year skilled trade technical institute focused on a mechanical trade or agriculture.
How to Apply
Only the eligible candidates are invited to apply for this scholarship. Fellows should complete the online application form with all the essential details and materials without any negligence to be considered for the scholarship. Please do not submit applications post-deadline as it will lead to rejection. Fellows are responsible for the originality of data they are submitting through the application. Applications can also be sent directly to Franklin Krause Foundation.
New Horizons Scholarship
PO Box 79
Hermosa, SD 57744.
- 500 – 1,000-word essay explaining why you are applying for this scholarship. Fellows should submit a letter of recommendations and application.
One student will be selected to award the scholarship of $1000. The fund should only be used to defray the educational needs of the candidates like tuition, fees, books and other associated costs. This scholarship encourages students to maintain good academic standing and promote the growth of their areas through education and skills. The application process is extremely easy.
Applications are currently being accepted by the foundation. Submit your application now.