Community Memorial Foundation

  • Description:

    Community Memorial Foundation and the medical staff at Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin Community Memorial Hospital are currently accepting scholarship applications from area students pursuing careers in health care. Community Memorial Foundation offers scholarships to high school seniors and undergraduate students pursuing health care or medical careers who reside in the hospital’s service area (north side of Waukesha County, south side of Washington County and the northwest side of Milwaukee County). The students are selected by a scholarship committee based on their academic excellence, interest in health professions, scholarship need, connection to the hospital and enrollment in an accredited university or college. The medical staff scholarship program also includes scholarships for area high school students as well as medical students attending the UW– Madison’s School of Medicine and Public Health or the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee.

    Award Amount: Varies
    ApplicationCLICK HERE
    Application Deadline: March 1, 2022

Tall Club Scholarship (Jason Daniel Gosz Memorial)

  • Description: 

    The Tall Club of Milwaukee, a member club of Tall Clubs International, Inc. (TCI), used to offer the Jason Daniel Gosz Memorial Scholarship of $300 to a southeast Wisconsin area student who shows a high level of achievement, involvement in school activities, community service, volunteer work, leadership, integrity, enthusiasm, originality and a positive attitude toward him/herself and others.

    Though now unfunded, the winner of the Jason Daniel Gosz Memorial Scholarship will be submitted to the TCI Scholarship Committee to be considered for the $1000 Kae Sumner Einfeldt Scholarship.

    Award Amount: $300
    Application: CLICK HERE
    Application Deadline: March 1, 2022

AHEPA Milwaukee Chapter #43 - AHEPA Scholarship Foundation

  • Description/Criteria:

    In order to be eligible fo an AHEPA Milwaukee Chapter #43 scholarship, an applicant MUST meet BOTH of the following criteria:
    • All applicants must be senior high school students eligible for graduation at the end of the 2020-2021 school year; and
    • A minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.

    In order to be eligible for an AHEPA Milwaukee Chapter #43 scholarship, an applicant MUST meet ONE of the following criteria:

    • A child or grandchild of a member of Milwaukee AHEPA Chapter #43 or Daughters of Penelope Hector 103. (If the grandchild does not reside in the six-county area Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Racine, Sheboygan, Washington, and Waukesha Counties- their father must be an AHEPAN and/or mother a DOP of a different chapter.)
    • Be of Hellenic descent and reside in the six-county area.

    Application Requirements:

    • Include a certified transcript of grades from the applicant’s high school. The official correspondence must include class rank;
    • A certified copy of either the ACT or SAT test results (not required if noted on official transcript);
    • A letter of recommendation from an educator at the applicant's high school (submitted separately, by the educator);
    • Athletic award applicants must also submit a letter of recommendation from a high school coach;
    • A recent photograph of the applicant, no larger than 2 ½ x 3 ½, which becomes the property of the Scholarship Foundation;
    • Applications must be submitted on time, received by the deadline, Friday, March 4th, 2022. LATE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
    • A two-paragraph biography (only two paragraphs, please) that includes the applicant’s high school, intended major, intended university or technical college, a few accomplishments, and a sentence or two from a letter of recommendation. The biography is required for the Event Program and is not used for scholarship evaluation purposes. Please email your biography to
    • Qualified applicants will be required to participate in a personal interview via a ZOOM teleconference on Sunday March 20th, 2022.

    ApplicationCLICK HERE
    Application Deadline: March 4, 2022

Waukesha Deputy Sheriff Association Local Scholarship

  • Descriptions:

    The Wisconsin Sheriffs and Deputy Sheriffs Association annual scholarship award program was developed to offer financial assistance to full-time students enrolled in Criminal Justice programs at any college or university. Its purpose is to encourage educational growth and professionalism among police officers and deputy sheriffs.

    Seven $500 scholarships will be awarded and winners will be selected on a competitive basis. Any Wisconsin state resident that is enrolling in a college, and has a course of study leading to a degree in law enforcement, is eligible.

    Each WS&DSA District Director selects his/her district’s scholarship recipients. All decisions made by the Director are final.

    The recipient must submit proof of his/her enrollment at an accredited college/university. Awards are not retroactive and may not be credited to semesters already completed. Recipient must be enrolled in the fall semester of this year. After the student has submitted proof of enrollment, a check for the scholarship award will be given directly to the scholarship recipient.

    Scholarship Rules
    1. Application must comply with the admission requirement for a full-time student in a Criminal Justice program at a college or university.
    2. To apply:
      • Fill out and submit the attached Scholarship Application in its entirety.
      • Enclose three letters of recommendation from three separate sources, which may include family members, school faculty and staff, neighbors, clergy, employers, civic organization and law enforcement members, etc.
      • Enclose a transcript of high school grades and/or college transcript of grades.
      • Relatives of employees of a law enforcement agency are encouraged to apply.
      • Enclose a recent photo for use in the WS&DSA magazine.
      • Failure to comply with instructions will result in ineligibility.
      • Scholarship applications must be submitted no later than March 6.

    ApplicationCLICK HERE 
    Application Deadline: March 6, 2022

Jazz Unlimited

  • Description: 

    Jazz Unlimited of Greater Milwaukee offers scholarships to deserving High School and Pre-High School JAZZ Musicians. Musicians MUST Be in High School or Pre-High School in the year the Competition is held. 

    Guidelines and Requirements: 

    The following scholarships will be awarded on the Third Sunday in March each year. Auditions begin promptly at 1pm at Joe's K Ranch located at 4840 S Whitnall Ave. Cudahy. Applications should be sent to AND 2 song titles with keys must be emailed to by the 2nd Friday in March. Exceptions must be approved by the Scholarship Chair after conferring with the Board.

    Students MUST be in High School or Pre-High School in the year the Competition is held.

    NOTE! The scholarship amounts, numbers of scholarships and categories may vary from year to year! This information will be indicated each year on the Scholarship Page.


    • 1 - $1,000.00 Mike D’Amore Vocalist Live Performance Award High School or Pre-High School Students
    • 1 - $1,000.00 Mike D’Amore Instrumentalist Live Performance Award High School or Pre-High School Students
    • 1 - $1,000.00 Wayne “Zim” Zimmerman Showmanship Award High School or Pre-High School Student
    • 1 - $1,000.00 Best Jazz Vocalist Award High School or Pre-High School Students
    • 3 - $750.00 ($2,250.00) Best Instrumental Awards High School or Pre-High School Students
    • 1 - $750.00 Frank DeMiles (Dominguez) Memorial Award Piano and/or Vocal High School or Pre-High School Students
    • 1 - $500.00 ‘Taps for Veterans’ Bill Seaman Best Horn Award High School or Pre-High School Students
    • 2 - $250.00 ($500.00) Theodore “Ted” Peppas Memorial Youth Awards for 15-year-old and younger Jazz Students ONLY in the year of competition

    Application: CLICK HERE
    Application Deadline: March 11, 2022

Wisconsin State USBC Scholarship Application

  • Description: 


    1. Must be a graduating high school senior.
    2. Is currently a certified member of the Wisconsin State USBC and actively bowling in a certified youth league within the jurisdiction of the Wisconsin State USBC.
    3. Applicant must have a good record in USBC and WIAA in high school activities.
    4. Application must be filled out in a concise and orderly manner with complete information as required before March 15, 2022
    5. Incomplete applications will not be scored. Refer to page 8 for more information

    Award Amount: 25- $2,000
    Application: CLICK HERE
    Application Deadline: March 15, 2022

Young Women in Public Affairs Scholarship

  • Description:

    The Zonta Club of Milwaukee offers three college scholarship opportunities for young women and college students living in and/or attending accredited schools in southeastern Wisconsin including: Milwaukee, Waukesha, Ozaukee, Washington, Racine and Kenosha counties.

    A brief overview of each of these scholarships is presented below with links to their respective applications.

    Should you have any additional questions about these scholarships, please contact us at

    Aimed at young women ages 16 to 19, the goal of the Zonta International Young Women in Public Affairs (YWPA) Award Program is to encourage young women to pursue careers or seek leadership positions in public policy making, government, and volunteer organizations and further their education with these aims in view.

    Applicants must show their commitment to the volunteer sector, evidence of volunteer leadership achievements and a dedication to empowering women worldwide through service and advocacy

    The Zonta Club of Milwaukee gives a $1,000 award and forwards the winner’s application to Zonta District 6 for consideration for an additional $1,500 award.

    The district winner’s application is sent on to Zonta International for consideration for one of the ten $4,000 international awards.

    Application: CLICK HERE
    Application Deadline:  March 15, 2022

UNICO Milwaukee Scholarship

  • Description:

    For 2022, the Milwaukee Chapter of UNICO and the Milwaukee Ladies of UNICO, through this program, are awarding $1,000 scholarships.  This announcement should be of interest to every secondary education student of ITALIAN origin in the community.


    1. Origin – candidate to be of Italian origin.  Italian origin will be interpreted as proof to the Trustees and Selection Committee’s satisfaction.  Proof, where any doubt might exist, to be submitted with the completed application and documented.
    2. Residence – candidate must reside in the following counties:  Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Waukesha, Racine, Kenosha, Walworth, or Washington.
    3. Academic Qualifications – bona-fide graduating High School senior who will be attending an accredited 2 or 4 year institution of higher learning.
    4. Financial need- the spirit of this scholarship is to help needy Italian-American high-school seniors. Financial need is based on: number of children, age of children, misfortune, illness, and hardship.

    Application: CLICK HERE
    Application Deadline: March 31, 2022

Lakeland Officials Association

  • Description:

    In 1998 the L.O.A. has taken it's Community involvement even further by establishing a Scholarship Fund for graduating high school Seniors in the Waukesha County Area. Each year we try to assist graduationg Seniors in their post secondary educational expenses. To date we have granted over $153,000 of assistance. 

    Many of our current members recieved our scholarship when they were students.

    Award Amount: Varies $500-$1,000
    Application: CLICK HERE  
    Application Deadline: March 31, 2022