Community Service Scholarships
The Whitefish Bay Civic Foundation Scholarships were established in the spring of 2004. The goal of the Scholarships are to reward a high school student or students who have exhibited exemplary service to their community in the form of volunteer activities and commitments. Candidates for the $1,000 scholarships must demonstrate substantial service or volunteer activities benefiting local communities.
To be eligible, the student must be a Whitefish Bay resident, a graduating senior from a high school located in the metropolitan Milwaukee area, and meet the other criteria set forth in the application form. Application forms are generally available from the guidance offices of local high schools or by clicking on the following link: Community Service Scholarship Application, and are due in early April of each year. (DEADLINE: APRIL 3rd, 2015)
- Student must be a Whitefish Bay resident.
- Student must be a graduating senior from a high school located in the metropolitan Milwaukee area.
- Academic standing, financial need and participation in student activities within the student’s school will not be a primary component of the evaluation.
- Student must identify and commence a continuing education curriculum (college, technical or vocational program) commencing no later than the fall term immediately after graduation.
Applicants, regardless of where they attend high school, must complete the Scholarship Application Form be postmarked by 4/3/2015:
Whitefish Bay Civic Foundation
c/o Whitefish Bay Village Hall
5300 N. Marlborough Drive
Whitefish Bay, WI 53217
2014 Winners (3): Sam Broadnax, Madeline Riedle, and Kyra Fox
2013 Winner: Mary Lincer, Whitefish Bay High School
2012 Winner: Erik Lasky, Marquette University High School
2011 Winner: Brock Menard
2010 Winner: Gillian Shaw Weaver
2009 Winner: Mark J. Kelley
2008 Winner: Cameron Blegen
2007 Winner: John M. Devane IV
2006 Winner: Daniel C. Kelley