Rotary Club of Sturgeon Bay Scholarship
Applications are open for two scholarships from the Rotary Club of Sturgeon Bay.
The Service Above Self scholarships of $1,000-$2,500 are awarded to students seeking a four-year degree. Rotary is partnering with Write On, Door County to offer essay-writing assistance for the essay portion of the application.
The Technical Education/Robert Muckian scholarships of $500-$1,500 are awarded to graduating seniors who will attend a two-year accredited technical college or other accredited technical-education course of study.
Find more details and submit applications – both are due by March 10 – at doorcountyscholarships.org.
Northern Sky Theater Scholarship
Applications are now open for Northern Sky Theater’s Werner and Sue Krause Scholarship, which supports a Door County high school senior who is pursuing studies in various theater arts or music performance. Submit the application at doorcountyscholarships.org by April 1.
Peninsula Players Theater Scholarship
Peninsula Players Theatre is offering a $500 scholarship to one senior at each of the Door County high schools who is majoring or minoring in arts management, music or theater. Find application details at doorcountyscholarships.org, and apply by April 3.
Scholarships for Health Care Careers
The Door County Medical Center Auxiliary is accepting applications for 2023 health care scholarships. Eligible recipients are Door County and Algoma high school graduates who are pursuing health care careers, prior graduates who are enrolled in health care-related programs and Door County Medical Center employees who are continuing their health care education.
The application deadline is April 4. Find the applications at dcmedical.org/auxiliary/scholarship-applications.
Peninsula Music Festival Scholarship
Every spring, the Peninsula Music Festival offers one college scholarship and five summer music-study grants to students who are residents of Door County.
The George Verheyden Memorial Scholarship is a three-year, $3,000 scholarship awarded to a graduating senior who’s studying music.
The Summer Music-Study Grants of $100 each are awarded to music students in their freshman, sophomore or junior years of high school in each of the five school districts. High school music teachers are responsible for submitting the final nominations, but students are strongly encouraged to nominate themselves to their music teachers for consideration. Awards may be $100 to one student, $50 to two or $25 to four.
Applications and nominations must be received by April 28. Find applications at musicfestival.com, and email nominations to [email protected].