The recipient should have academic potential and good moral character. Financial need will be considered.
This scholarship will be given to a graduate enrolled in a college or university and pursuing an engineering degree.
This scholarship is awarded to a graduate who plans to enroll in a post-secondary institution, preferably with an interest in business related fields. The candidate must be in the top ½ of the graduating class. This applicant should demonstrate positive leadership, attitude, and citizenship qualities and show involvement in activities that would be compatible with the credit union “People Helping People” philosophy.
This scholarship will be awarded to a graduate planning to enroll in a 4-year education program. The student must have a minimum 3.2 GPA. Students enrolled at Manchester College will be given preference for this scholarship.
This scholarship recipient will be chosen based on the following criteria:
- Minimum of 3.0 grade point average
- Accepted to a college or university with major declared
- Extra-curricular activities: Athletics, Band, Choir, Student Council, etc.
- Strong character
- Community Service: Consideration will be given to Scout and or Key Club members if other qualifications are met.
This scholarship is provided by friends and family of Eldon Yoder. Eldon worked 40 years in the Nappanee/WaNee School system as custodian, bus driver, and Director of Maintenance, Buildings and Grounds.
In his memory, the donors would like to support a senior enrolling in a trades school. If no trades school applicant is available, consideration would next be given to a student who would qualify as a first generation college graduate in their family.
Eldon exemplified a cheerful willingness to work and an appreciation of the value of education, and this scholarship is awarded within that framework.
This scholarship will be awarded to a graduate who plans to continue his/her education. The candidate will have demonstrated a selfless commitment to community service in the Wa-Nee area.
This scholarship will be awarded to a graduating graduate who is enrolled as an education major in a four-year degree program. The applicant must meet the following qualifications:
- Preference will be given to children of a WEA member.
- Secondary preference will go to a student planning to major in Education
- Applicant ranks in the upper 1/3 of the graduating class
- Possesses favorable attitudes, habits, and qualities of good citizenship
- Has the potential to succeed at the college/university level
- Additional selection criteria will include: grade point average, class rank, SAT scores and attendance.