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***Fondy Vintage Auto Club Scholarship (inactive)

The Fondy Vintage Auto Club Scholarship is for students enrolled in Automotive related students with finaicial need.


***Multi-Cultural High School Scholarship

This scholarship is for any Asian, Black, Hispanic and Native American student graduating from a Moraine Park district high school in the same year as enrolling at MPTC.  Must have a GPA of 2.75 or greater and enroll in a minimum of 6 credits.

 


***Patrick Jackson Memorial Scholarship (inactive)

The Patrick Jackson Memorial Scholarship is awarded to an Electrical Power Distribution (EPD) student enrolled in 12 credits or more with a minimum GPA of 2.75.

Patrick attended Grafton High School where he competed in SkillsUSA Wisconsin State Finals.  After high school, Patrick enrolled in Moraine Park's EPD program and achieved his degree in 2011.



***Wisconsin Society of Respiratory Care Scholarship (inactive)

This scholarship is for a second-year Respiratory Therapist student.

The Wisconsin Society for Respiratory Care (WSRC) is dedicated to our mission of reducing morbidity, mortality, and disability from pulmonary disease through education, prevention, rehabilitation, and disease management. The WSRC will encourage and promote professional excellence, support advanced practice of respiratory care, and serve as an advocate for patients, their families, and the communities we serve.

 




Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Innovation Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship is for an HVAC Installation Technician student. 


Alliant Energy Foundation Scholarship

This scholarship is for students in the Electric Power Distribution or Gas Utility Construction and Service programs.  To be eligible, new or continuing students must enroll in a minimum of 12 credits and have a GPA of 3.0 or higher. 

One scholarship is to be reserved for a minority or under-represented group within the student population or for a woman in a non-traditional area of study. Scholarships are to be used to offset the cost of tuition and/or books.


 


Alois Eilbes Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship is for a student enrolled in the Construction Trades-Carpentry Apprenticeship program on the West Bend campus.

This scholarship was created to honor Alois Eilbes’ exceptional life, and to provide Moraine Park students with an affordable education and opportunities for a brighter future.
 
Alois Eilbes loved his family, his country, and carpentry.  He was born on July 4, 1917 in LeRoy, Wisconsin, and spent his youth living and working on the family farm.  Alois proudly served his country for 4 ½ years in the South Pacific during World War II and, in 1945, returned home to marry his childhood sweetheart, Kathryn Junk.  Alois and Kathryn settled in West Bend where Alois designed and built their first home.  He gained his old world carpentry skills from an uncle who immigrated to the United States from Germany in 1908.  Throughout the years, Alois gained an excellent reputation as a skilled carpenter and craftsman, and was in demand throughout the West Bend area.  At the age of 88, Alois retired from his construction business to take care of his beloved wife.  Alois, who is described by his family as caring, smart, hardworking, and gentle, passed away in 2010 at the age of 92.        
 


Altrusa Club of Fond du Lac Scholarship

This scholarship is for a female student over the age of 25 with demonstrated financial need.


American Association of University Women Scholarship (West Bend)

Washington County female resident; over 28; demonstrated financial need


American Association of University Women, AAUW - Beaver Dam Branch

This scholarship is for a female student age 25 or older enrolled in 12 credits or more with a minimum GPA of 2.75.  The student must also be a resident of Dodge County.


Ann Marie Burroughs Memorial Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship is for a Graphic Communications student


B.Y.T.E. Scholarship (Boosting Your Technology Education)

The B.Y.T.E. Scholarship (Boosting Your Technology Education) was established to help Information Technology students,


Basic Education Fund Scholarship

This scholarship is for Basic Education students pursuing further education at MPTC.




Beaver Dam Rotary Club No. 2677 Scholarship

This scholarship is for a student attending at the Beaver Dam campus.


Bernard A. and Muriel F. Potter Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship is for a Criminal Justice-Corrections student over the age of 40.

Bernard Potter started college at age 62.  Mr. Potter was often told, "You'll be 75 by the time you get done!" to which he replied, "I'll be 75 anyway, won't I?"  Always an honest and positive man, he believed it was never too late and one was never too old to do anything.  His five children, all college educated, established the Bernard A. Potter Memorial Scholarship in his memory.  It is awarded to a student enrolled in the Criminal Justice-Corrections program who is 40 years of age or older.




Bonnie Weiland-Hare Memorial Endowment

This scholarship is for a second year student attending the Beaver Dam campus who is enrolled in at least 6 credits.




Bradley J. Matusiak Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship is for a second-year Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Associate (AODA) program student; 3.0 GPA minimum


Carol and Marcia Nappi Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship is for a female Mechanical Design Technology student enrolled in a minumum of 6 credits with a high school or MPTC GPA of 2.75 or greater.




Carolyn J. Schucht Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship is for a student enrolled at the West Bend campus




Charles & Ellen Breithaupt Scholarship

This scholarship is for a student enrolled in a minimum of 6 credits in any degree-granting program at Moraine Park Technical College.  A minimum 2.75 GPA and demonstrated financial need are required. 


Chris Frederick Celebratory Scholarship

This scholarship celebrates the perserverance and positivity of Chris Frederick, Instructional Aide in Health Sciences at Moraine Park, who will retire June 2020.

The scholarship is for a student currently enrolled in the nursing program at Moraine Park taking a minimum of nine credits with a GPA of 2.75 or higher. Recipeint must also have a present or past breast cancer diagnosis. 


Clarence and Delores Bourland Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship honors the lives of Clarence and Delores Bourland, and the impact Moraine Park Technical College had on their personal and professional development.  Delores Bourland received her GED from Moraine Park when she was 40 years old, and was so proud to have finished her high school education.  She went on to earn a child care certificate which enabled her to love and nuture children in her home for many years.  Clarence Bourland took classes at Moraine Park to increase his skills in the areas of electricity and boiler maintenance.  He had a rewarding 15-year career at Ripon College where he worked in Maintenance until his retirement. 


Countryside Auto Group

Countryside Auto Group believes strongly in supporting the local community.  By helping build a skilled workforce through advanced education, Moraine Park students, local business and industry, and the community at large prosper.




Culinary Arts Gourmet Dinner Scholarship

This scholarship is for a Culinary Arts program student


Deb Schmitz Memorial Scholarship

Deb Schmitz, MS, RN was a beloved team member of the MPTC nursing faculty for greater than 10 years. Deb was an extrodinary mentor to new faculty, a strong and devoted nursing instructor, a devote lover of dogs and a Packer fan to the core.


District Student Ambassador Scholarship

Distict Student Ambassador will receive $500 scholarship and runner-up $300 scholarship.


Don & Ann Charleston Nursing Scholarship

Ann Charleston received her nursing degree from Northern Illinois University.  Now retired, Ann enjoyed a rewarding career as a public health nurse. 


Don & Ann Charleston Scholarship Fund

The Don & Ann Charleston Scholarship Fund is for students enrolled in the Mechanical Design, or manufacturing related programs.

Don graduated in 1974 from Moraine Park Technical Institute with a one year degree in Mechanical Drafting and moved to Peoria, Illinois.  He began a successful 34 year career in the heavy equipment industry in May, 1974 with WABCO Construction and Mining Equipment, where he worked in engineering checking and scraper design. He moved to Caterpillar’s Mossville Engine Center in 1978 and began his 30 year career in diesel engine component design. Don worked on most engine components and engine families, such as on-highway truck, marine, industrial, and CAT machine.  The last 18 years he did design of engine wiring harnesses. He was on the original 3116 engine design team, the 3126 design team, and the C-10/C-12 truck engine design team. His travels took him to Russia and China doing engine installations on new city busses.  He helped ramp up Caterpillar’s Greenville SC engine facility in 1994 for the production of the 3126.  Don retired in 2008 as project team leader of wiring harnesses for most MEC engines.  His life was changed by MPTI.
 


Elizabeth Kimball Wright Scholarship

The Elizabeth Kimball Wright Scholarship is awarded to a full-time male nursing student preferably attending on the Fond du Lac campus. The student must maintain a minimum GPA of 3.0 and be in financial need.


Elmore and Alyce Kraemer Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship is for students with a minimum GPA of 2.75 and enrolled in six credits or more.


FACT Scholarship

FACT Scholarships are available to students who are enrolled in Architectural Technology, Civil Engineering, Electromechanical Technology, Mechanical Design, Process Engineering, Fabrication Technologies, Industrial Maintenance or CNC/Tool & Die Technologies, Quality & Advanced Manufacturing, Metal Fabrication, and Welding. Students must be enrolled in a minimum of twelve (12) credit hours per semester, or a minimum of six (6) credit hours for Welding or Metal Fabrication, and maintain a 2.75 GPA or greater.




Fond du Lac Area Foundation - Agnes Rose Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship is for a Business, Marketing or Publishing associate degree student. The students must be a Fond du Lac county resident; over 25; enrolled at the Fond du Lac campus; demonstrated community/charitable service. Two awards available for first year students, which can be renewable, and two awards available for second year students.




Fond du Lac Area Foundation - Kiekhaefer Fund Scholarship

This scholarship is for Fond du Lac area students enrolled at the Fond du Lac campus.


Fond du Lac Area Foundation - Rita J. and Robert E. Rucks Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship is for a second-year Culinary Arts program student.

This scholarship is provided through income from a fund established by Robert Rucks in memory of his wife, Rita, who was an avid and excellent baker and cook.


Fond du Lac Area Foundation - Ronald D. Hamilton Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship is offered to: 1) a student enrolled in the Automotive Technician program and 2) a student enrolled in the Automotive Technology program at Moraine Park Technical College.  Students must be enrolled in six credits or more and have a minimum GPA of 2.75.

This scholarship is provided through income from a fund established by family and friends of Ron Hamilton who was a lifelong car enthusiast.


Fond du Lac Area Foundation - Susan M. Henken Zibung Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship is for a second-year Nursing student.  Students must be enrolled in a minimum of six credits and maintain a GPA of 2.75 or greater.

The Susan M. Henken Zibung Memorial Scholarship was established by Dr. Willard and Dolores Henken in memory of their daughter, Susan M. Henken Zibung.  Susan received her nursing degree at Moraine Park Technical College and went on to earn an RN and received advanced certification as an oncology nurse.


Fond du Lac Area Foundation-Emmett & Diane Leonhardt Scholarship

This scholarship is available to graduates of Fond du Lac High School with plans to attend MPTC.  Financial need will be considered. 
 


Fond du Lac Noon Rotary Club Charities Scholarship

This scholarship is for recent graduates of Fond du Lac high schools.  May be renewed for second year.




Francis R. and Ruth E. Oberreich Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship is available to students with a 2.75+ GPA taking six credits or more per semester.


Frederick Nursing Scholarship

This scholarship is established in honor of Chris Frederick who retired from Moraine Park Technical College in 2020 after serving students and faculty for 6.5 years as an instructional aide in the Health Sciences department. 


Gene Haas Foundation Scholarship

This scholarship is for students who are currently enrolled or will be enrolling in a CNC Technology program.


Hartford Lioness Club Scholarship-Continuing Student

Current Moraine Park student who has completed 1-2 semesters, enrolled in any degree-granting program taking at least 6 credits.  Student must have a 2.75+ GPA with demonstrated financial need. Applicant must be a resident within the boundaries of Hartford Union High School District.


Hartford Lioness Club Scholarship-High School

Current high school student planning to attend MPTC enrolled in any degree-granting program taking at least 12 credits.  Must have a 2.75+ GPA with demonstrated financial need. Applicant must be a resident within the boundaries of Hartford Union High School District.


Hartford Lions Scholarship

This scholarship if for a Hartford High School senior graduating this spring and enrolled in any degree granting program.  Student must have a GPA of  2.75+ and be enrolled in 6+ credits.


Health and Wellness Program Scholarship Fund

This scholarship is for a second-year Health and Wellness program student who is also a member of the Health and Wellness Club. 
 


Heather Wright Evenson Nursing Scholarship

This scholarship is for a full-time Nursing student who is attending on the Fond du Lac campus, is currently employed, and demonstrates financial need.


Henry W. Kempf HVAC Scholarship

This scholarship is for a student enrolled in Air Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration Technology with demonstrated financial need.

The Henry W. Kempf Scholarship was established in memory of Mr. Kempf by his four children.  Mr. Kempf worked in HVAC for most of his career.  To honor their father. Mr. Kempf's children wanted to help students pursuing an education in the HVAC program.
 




High School Graduate Scholarship

One award per high school within the Moraine Park district only. 




J. F. Ahern Co. Scholarship

2nd year Civil Engineering student, minimum 3.0 GPA required


James Spanbauer Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship is for a student enrolled in the Automotive Technology program and also a resident of Wisconsin.  The student must be enrolled in six credits or more and have a minimum GPA of 2.75.


Jane D. Merten Memorial Scholarship

The Jane D. Merten Scholarship was established in memory of Jane by her family.  Jane was a former graduate from the Accounting Program at Moraine Park Technical College.  To honor Jane’s memory her family wanted to help students pursuing the Accounting/Accounting Assistant programs.
 

 


Jeannette Lopez Dream Scholarship

Jeannette Lopez was an educator for 25+ years in Wisconsin and Puerto Rico. She supported every student possible, especially Hispanics and Latinos. Working with all students to make sure they attended college or an apprenticeship. She believed that every student should have a chance at furthering their education. 


Jeff and Debra Vollstedt Scholarship

Jeff and Debra Vollstedt, 1973 graduates of the Electrical and Marketing programs at Moraine Park Technical College, credit their success in part to their MPTC education, especially to their excellent instructors. To show their appreciation, Jeff and Debra are paying it forward by supporting Moraine Park students through the Jeffrey and Debra Vollstedt Scholarship. This scholarship benefits students pursuing a degree in the Electrical Power Distribution program for which Jeff has been an adjunct and substation instructor since 2010.


John J. Shanahan Endowed Scholarship

No restrictions


John K. Wright Nursing Scholarship

This scholarship is for a 2nd year nursing student enrolled in a minimum of 10 credits with a cumulative GPA of 2.75 or higher, preference to a student attending on the Fond du Lac campus. Student must be a male parent with active civicism or volunteerism. A female parent will be awarded if there are no qualified male applicants. 


John Schaetzel Mechanical Design Scholarship

The family of John Schaetzel established this scholarhsip in memory of their beloved son and brother.  John received his Mechanical Design degree from Moraine Park in 1977 and worked at Giddings & Lewis before he passed away from complications of childhood diabetes in 1980.

This scholarship is for students enrolled in the Mechanical Design program with a GPA of 2.5 or greater and enrolled in at least 6 credits.


Joseph M. Jacob Memorial Scholarship

The Joseph M. Jacob Scholarship was established in memory of Joe by his family.  Joe lost his 14 month battle to stage four brain cancer in June of 2015, at the age of 53.  To honor Joe's memory, his family wanted to help students with an interest in hospice or geriatric nursing.


Joyce Peterson Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship is for a nursing student enrolled in a minumum of six credits and with a GPA of 2.75 or higher.  Students must have experience working in the healthcare field.


Kenneth G. Marsden Foundation Scholarship

The Kenneth G. Marsden Fund was established in 1981 to assist students from Rock, Dane, and Door Counties attain college degrees in business and nursing. Mr. Marsden grew up in Dane County, and attended UW graduating with a business degree, while his wife, raised in Door County, graduated with a degree in nursing. They lived most of their lives in West Bend. Over subsequent decades, the Fund has slowly expanded its scholarship awards to other Wisconsin areas.
 
The Kenneth G. Marsden Scholarship is for an Associate Degree Nursing student living in Washington, Dodge, or Fond du Lac counties.

 


Kenneth Wedell Endowed Scholarship for Apprentices

This scholarship is for a student enrolled in an Apprenticeship program. Preference given to those concurrently enrolled in the Technical Studies - Journeyworker program




Kettle Moraine Support Services, Inc. Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship is for a Nursing program student who is a resident of Washington County.  This scholarhips is renewable with preference to career interest in hospice services.


Kristina Giese Memorial Nursing School Scholarship

This scholarship was established by the family of Kristina Giese to honor her dedication to the nursing profession. The scholarship is for a current MPTC student enrolled in the nursing program on the Beaver Dam campus.  Student must be enrolled in a minimum of 6 credits, have a GPA of at least 2.75, and have a demonstrated financial need.


Larry Pasquini Memorial Scholarship

Student must have a minimum GPA of 2.75 and a credit load of 6 credits or more.


Laura and Arvin Murre Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship is for high school students planning on attending MPTC or students who are currently enrolled.  Students must have a GPA of 2.75 or higher.   


Louis A. Renard Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship is for a CNC/Tool & Die Technologies student who has completed at least one semester of coursework.  Student must have a minimum 2.75 GPA, be enrolled in at least 6 credis, and attend college on the West Bend campus.


Marc Ian Nieto Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship is for an Automotive Technician or Automotive Technology student enrolled at the Fond du Lac campus.


Margaret Jackson Nursing School Scholarship

This scholarship was established by the family of Margaret Jackson to honor her life and legacy. Margaret, like many others, returned to school with a busy home life including a husband and four young children. The idea of a better life for her family was a driving force for returning to college. Margaret served as a nurse for 30+ years working in surgery, homecare, and the latter part of her career at Clearview Nursing and Rehabilitation. She was known for her high expectations for patient care, and her work as a nursing supervisor.

She was elated when two of her daughters and her granddaughter entered the field of nursing and often said, "We need good nurses." Her granddaughter (and namesake), Margaret Jackson-Laubenstein, would practice nursing skills with her grandma Margaret, as she was more than willling to help during her retirement. Margaret was a strong advocate for education and the art of nursing.


Marina Buzzell Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship is for a student enrolled in the Interactive Media Design program. The student must be enrolled in at least 6 credtis, have a GPA of 2.75 or higher, and have a financial need.

This scholarship is to honor the life of Marina Buzzell, who graduated from the Interative Media Design program at the West Bend Campus in May of 2016. Marina died unexpectedly in May of 2018 at the age of 24, before she could realize her dream of becoming a designer. This scholarship is funded by her family to keep her memory alive and to help students enrolled in the Interactive Media Design program at MPTC reach their dreams of becoming a designer.
 


Marquez Student Veteran Scholarship

This scholarship is for a U. S. veteran or current member of the National Guard or Reserveusing the WI GI Bill. Students must have a 2.75 or higher GPA and be enrolled in a minimum of 6 credits. 


Miller Healthcare Scholarship

This $500 scholarship is for a student enrolled in the nursing, surgical technology, radiography or respiratory therapist programs.Students must have completed two semesters, be enrolled in at least 6 credits, have a GPA of 3.0, reside in Dodge County and have demonstrated financial need.


Milwaukee Society of Plastic Engineers Education Foundation Triangle Tool Scholarship

This scholarship is for second year students enrolled in CNC/Tool and Die Technologies. Qualifying students must take 6 credits or more and have a GPA of 2.75 or higher.  Preference is given to students with demonstrated financial need.


 


Moraine Park Alumni Scholarship

This scholarship is for a student with a GPA of 2.75 or higher and enrolled in a minimum of 6 credits.  This scholarship is made possible through the generosity of Moraine Park alumni. 


Moraine Park Federation of Teachers Endowed Scholarship

The Moraine Park Federation of Teachers was established in the 1960’s to represent Moraine Park Technical College faculty regarding working conditions, benefits, and wages, which contributed to the positive learning environment at Moraine Park Technical College.  The Moraine Park Federation of Teachers continues to support our students by offering these annual endowment scholarships.


The Moraine Park Federation of Teachers Endowed Scholarships is awarded to incoming high school seniors, new students and continuing students planning on attending MPTC. Students must maintain a culmulative GPA of 2.75 or higher and be enrolled in 6 credits or more with demonstrating financial need.


Moraine Park General Scholarship

Students must take 6 credits or more and maintain a 2.75 or greater GPA.


MPACTE Scholarship

The Moraine Park Association for Career & Technical Education (MPACTE) supports development of comprehensive programs to help individuals prepare for occupations, upgrade current skills, retrain for new occupations, and explore career alternatives. One focus of MPACTE is to recognize and support student achievement by awarding scholarships to full or part-time MPTC students.


MPTC Non-Traditional Occupations Scholarship (Female)

The MPTC Non-Traditional Occupations Scholarship (Female) is awarded to one female who is either a new student, current student or high school graduate planning to attend MPTC. The student must be in a NTO classified program. The student must have a GPA of 2.75 or higher and be a full-time student or part-time with at least 6 credits. 


MPTC Non-Traditional Occupations Scholarship (Male)

The MPTC Non-Traditional Occupations Scholarship (Male) is awarded to one male who is either a new student, current student or high school graduate planning to attend MPTC. The student must be in a NTO classified program. The student must have a GPA of 2.75 or higher and be a full-time student or part-time with at least 6 credits. 


Mr. & Mrs. L.R. Amundson Memorial Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship is for an Associate Degree Nursing student in the West Bend, Slinger or Kewaskum school district; enrolled at the West Bend campus


Nancy Steinke Nursing Scholarship

This scholarship was established in memory of Nancy Steinke who passed away on Feb. 22, 2016.  Nancy was a 1969 graduate of St. Mary’s Springs Academy, and received a diploma as a licensed Practical Nurse from Moraine Park and then obtained her state licensure as an LPN. 

For more than a decade, Nancy was a partner and eventually became sole owner of Touchstone Living Center in North Fond du Lac. Nancy genuinely loved her profession and provided loving and compassionate care to her residents and comfort to countless families in need of her help.

 


National Exchange Bank Foundation

This scholarship is for low and middle-income students taking six credits more more with a GPA of 2.75 or higher.
 


Nelson and Vera Hicks Foundation Scholarship

Nelson Hicks was an entrepreneur, industrialist, and philanthropist.  Nelson and his wife, Vera, were active members of their church and supported many charitable causes throughout their lives.  That tradition lives on today through the establishment and administration of the Nelson and Vera Hicks Charitable Foundation, which generously supports Moraine Park students.  The Nelson and Vera Hicks scholarship is for students attending the Beaver Dam campus.


NEW Manufacturing Alliance's Future All Stars Scholarship

This scholarship is for a Manufacturing-related Associate of Applied Science degree student; recent high school graduate; must reside in a NEW North county.


NEW Manufacturing Alliance's Future All Stars Scholarship NTO

This scholarship is for a non-traditional student enrolled in a manufacturing-related Associate of Applied Science degree program. Qualifying students must reside in a NEW North county, be enrolled in 6 credits or more and have a GPA of 2.5 or higher.


North Fond du Lac Optimists Scholarship

This scholarship will go to a recent graduate of Horace Mann High School or someone who lives in North Fond du Lac.  Candidates need to be enrolled in 6 credits or more and demonstrate financial need.


Pete Rettler Running Streak Scholarship

This scholarship is for a Washington County high school graduate planning to attend Moraine Park Technical College in the fall.  Must have a minimum 2.75 GPA and demonstrated financial need.




Pink Pumpkin Cancer Scholarship

The scholarship is for any student who has beeen diagnosed with cancer.  Must be enrolled in at least 6 credits and have a GPA of 2.75 or greater.


Robert L. Davey Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship is for a current or new Moraine Park student enrolled in any degree-granting program taking a minimum of 6 credits with a GPA of 2.75 or higher with a demonstrated financial need. Student must be a U.S. veteran, active duty armed services member, or a current member of the National Guard or Reserve.

Robert L. Davey was a decorated WWII U.S. Army veteran, receiving two bronze stars for distinguished heroic or meritorious achievement or service. Robert worked in intelligence and reconnaissance until his honorable discharge on Aug. 8, 1945. Robert was part of the first wave of infantry that hit the beaches of Normandy and also fought in the Battle of the Bulge. After the war, Robert served his country through employment at the United States Postal Service. Robert lived in the Eau Claire area with Viola, his wife of 63 years, and had two children.


Ross and Viola Galbreath Memorial Scholarship Fund

This scholarship is for a Business, Engineering or Technical student. Wisconsin high school graduate with strong math skills; preference to Dodge County residents.




Sandra J. Wright Nursing Scholarship

This scholarship is for a 2nd year nursing student enrolled in a minimum of 10 credits with a cumulative GPA of 2.75 or higher attending on the Fond du Lac campus. Student must be a female parent with active civicism or volunteerism. 


Society Insurance Charitable Fund Scholarship

This scholarship is for a Moraine Park student enrolled full-time in any degree granting program who has completed 1 or 2 semesters and has a demonstrated financial need. 


Stephanie Nevins for Health Care Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship is for a Health Care program student; preference to employees of Agnesian Healthcare and its affiliates




Ted and Grace Bachhuber Foundation Scholarship

Ted Bachhuber and his wife Grace were instrumental in starting and then growing the Mayville Engineering Company (now referred to as MEC) into a worldwide provider of products and services.  In 1982, the Ted and Grace Bachhuber Foundation was established with the mission of supporting programs and organizations that improve the quality of life in the Mayville area. 

The Ted and Grace Bachhuber Foundation Scholarship is for Dodge County residents with preference given to Mayville-area residents.  All program areas are eligible except Apprenticeships, Hospitality and Tourism, and Human Services.


The Haensgen Family Scholarship

The Haensgen Family Scholarship is awarded to one new or current MPTC student each year. Preference will be given to a non-traditional student such as an adult learner (not directly out of high school and/or a student enrolled in a Non-Traditional (NTO) classified program. The student must have a GPA of 2.75 or higher and be enrolled either full-time or part-time, with at least 6 credits. 


The Heffron Family Scholarships for MPTC Veteran Students

The Heffron Family Scholarships for MPTC veteran students are established for deserving MPTC program enrolled students who demonstrate motivation to complete their program through hard work, leadership, helping fellow MPTC students and financial need, as determined by MPTC.

This scholarship is for a U.S. veteran, active duty armed services member, or a current member of the National Guard or Reserve.  Students must have a 2.75 GPA or more and enroll in a minimum of 6 credits.



The Ledge Games Culinary Arts Scholarship

The Ledge Games Culinary Arts Scholarship is awarded to two students enrolled in the culinary arts program taking 6 credits or more. Must maintain a standard GPA of 2.75 or higher and have financial need.


The Ledge Games Scholarship

The Ledge Games Scholarships must be awarded to a student enrolled in 6 credits or more. Must maintain a standard GPA of 2.75 or higher and have financial need.

 


Tom Michael Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship is for a CNC/Tool and Die Technologies or Tool Design Engineering Technolgy student


Tony Reese Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was created to honor the life of Tony Reese and to provide Moraine Park students with an affordable education and opportunities for a brighter future.

Tony Reese can best be described as inquisitive, intelligent, and compassionate. He loved to learn and then pass his knowledge on to others, especially his students at Moraine Park Technical College. As an instructor for 27 years, Tony loved his students and always went out of his way to make sure they had the resources they needed to be successful. Although he passed away in 2021, his spirit lives on through all of the students who benefited from his passion for teaching. 

This scholarship is for a student enrolled in the Electrical Power Distribution, Gas Utility, CNC/Tool and Die, Industrial Mechanical Technician, Electricity or Welding programs. Student must have a minimum 2.75 GPA, be enrolled in at least 6 credits, and have financial need. 



Vern and Nancy Van Vooren

The Vern and Nancy Van Vooren scholarship was established to benefit an individual from the foster care system who desires to pursue a degree at Moraine Park Technical College. The student must have been in foster care for at least six months from the age of 16 or older, be enrolled in a minimum of six credits, and attend the West Bend campus.

Students: you must decide that your desire to secure your best future is by educating yourself to be self-supporting and a good citizen of society. This scholarship is just one part of how you will do that. Please use it to help accomplish your goals.


Verve, a Credit Union Scholarship

This scholarship is available to high school seniors attending MPTC in the fall semester. Qualifying candidates must be a Verve, a Credit Union member in good standing.
 




Walter Kandel Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship is for a student enrolled in the CNC/Tool & Die program on the West Bend campus. 

This scholarship was created to honor Walter Kandel’s exceptional life, and to provide Moraine Park students with an affordable education and opportunities for a brighter future.

Walter Kandel can best be described as hardworking, adventurous, and intelligent.  Born in 1913 in Manistique, Michigan, Walter grew up in a small cabin with very limited means.  At a young age, he traveled to southern Wisconsin where he met and married the love of his life, Dorothy Junk.  Although he did not complete high school, Walter worked hard and was not afraid to try new things.  Walter taught himself to play several musical instruments and enjoyed providing entertainment for evening gatherings of family and friends.  Walter was gifted with a sharp mechanical mind and was a skilled lathe operator and carpenter.  Walter’s precision and attention to detail made him a valued employee at Gehl Company in West Bend for over 35 years.  Walter also enjoyed spending time outdoors, including many hours hunting and fishing.  Walter Kandel passed away in 2000 at the age of 86. 
 


Washington County Medical Society Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship is for an Associate Degree Nursing student; Washington County resident enrolled at the West Bend campus.


Washington County SMART Recovery AODA Scholarship

SMART Recovery is an abstinence-based, not-for-profit organization with a sensible self-help program for people having problems with drinking and using.  We teach common sense self-help procedures designed to empower individuals to abstain and to develop a more positive lifestyle.  
 


West Bend Noon Rotary Technical Assistance Scholarship

This scholarship is available to program students who live in the West Bend or Kewaskum School District and are enrolled in a minimum of 6 credits per semester. Preference is given to students with demonstrated financial need (have completed the FAFSA), requires 2 letters of recommendation.


West Bend Sunrise Rotary

This scholarship is for a West Bend high school student.


West Bend Women's Club Nursing Scholarship

This scholarship is for an Associate Degree Nursing student attending full-time; Washington County resident; first-year student


Wisconsin Hospital Association

This scholarship is for a student enrolled in the final semester of a two-year health care program; covers final semester tuition, books and fees up to $2,000




Ziegler Family Foundation Fund of the West Bend Community Foundation

This scholarship is for returning and new students who reside in Washington County and are enrolled in an Associate of Applied Science Degree program.  Students must be enrolled in nine credits or more and have a minimum GPA of 2.75.

Note:  If a recipient graduates early or drops out, remaining award money should be given to alternate students.