Student Scholarship Opportunities
Local businesses and organizations support career and workforce development among our student base. The following information is compiled from Chamber members who offer scholarship opportunities. Please contact each business or organization to verify details.
Disclaimer: The Muskego Chamber of Commerce offers this list as a resource. It is the responsibility of the reader to validate that these opportunities are still available and details have not changed by contacting the business or organization that offers the opportunity.
To view a scholarship, click on the business name.
Two $1000 scholarships are available annually and open to high school seniors in our service area of Muskego, Big Bend, Town of Norway, and Wind Lake. One scholarship is for students attending a 4-year college or university. One scholarship is for students in an apprenticeship, trades, or technical program.
To qualify for consideration of a scholarship award, students must fill out the required online form and information. Scholarship information is available online at www.muskego.org in January each year. For more information, contact the Chamber office at 414-422-1155 or email@example.com.
Six $1000 scholarships are available annually and open to students from any of the high schools in Citizens Bank’s market footprint including graduating seniors from Muskego-Norway schools.
To qualify for consideration of a scholarship award, students must demonstrate academic excellence, perform community service, and intend to pursue a career in the banking business, and/or finance.
Applicants are required to complete an application form, write a short essay based on given prompts, and provide two recommendations. Application and recommendation forms are available via the Citizens Bank website or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
One $1000 non-renewable scholarship is available annually to members of the Muskego High School graduating class.
Funds must be used for a two or four year college, university, or technical school. Preference will be given to those applicants pursuing a construction, architectural or technical career path.
Applicants must submit an application, essay, and two letters of reference (one academic and one personal).
Visit InPro’s website at www.inprocorp.com in January for the application and further information.
Two college scholarships are available annually for Academic-Athletes at Muskego High School. In addition, a yearly scholarship for a freshman entering UW-LaCrosse is available. For further information visit www.mattysbar.com.
The Robert Kreuser/David Salentine Collegiate Scholarship $1,000 non-renewable scholarship is available to any high school senior residing in the City of Muskego and planning to attend a college or university.
Although academics are important, emphasis is placed on the student’s continual, long-term volunteerism. This scholarship also considers participation and leadership in extracurricular and school activities.
Applicants are required to submit a cover letter, essay, list of volunteer activities, transcript, ACT score and two letters of recommendation (one academic and one from a supervisor of a long-term volunteer activity). Contact Lion Tracy in January at 414-427-6431 for further information.
Five $500 scholarships are awarded each year by the Muskego Woman’s Club to graduating high school seniors who reside in Muskego and who are pursuing further education at either a two year or four year accredited college/university or technical school.
Applications are typically accepted January through March. Visit the Muskego Women’s Club website at www.muskegowomansclub.org for information and to complete the application online.