Skilled Trades Scholarship

To Apply Please Submit the Following

  1. Copy of letter(s) of admission to accredited post-secondary school

  2. A letter of recommendation from teachers, mentors, or community

    members who are familiar with your career goals

  3. Official sealed transcript from Franklin High School

  4. Any supplementary materials to help illustrate your interst in your chosen area of study.

 

Your completed application and materials can be sent or delivered to:

 

Franklin Educational Foundation 8255 W. Forest Hill Ave. Franklin, WI 53132

Email questions to: foundation@franklin.k12.wi.us Or call 414-525-7650

Selection of Recipient
The Selection Committee will select the applicants who show the most promise in their chosen field of study the basis of their essays, letters of recommendation, and supporting materials included with the application. Academic and extracurricular information play a secondary role in helping the Selection Committee get a fuller picture of the applicant, but these are not the basis on which the award is determined. Financial need does not play a role in determining the award winner.

 

The Selection Committee reserves the right to decide, on a case-by-case basis, to contact applicants for phone interviews or to request additional materials. The award will be presented at the Senior Awards Night.

 

Payment of Scholarship
The Franklin Educational Foundation will process the scholarship award and mail it directly to the recipient’s post-secondary educational institution. Funds will be disbursed directly to the school in August or September 2020 for the Fall semester. It will be the student’s responsibility to submit to the Foundation at that time proof of enrollment, which includes their student ID#.

 

STATEMENT OF ACCURACY FOR STUDENTS

I hereby affirm that all the above stated information provided by me is true and correct to the best of my knowledge. I also consent that if chosen as winner of the Franklin Educational Foundation Innovation Award my picture will be required and used to promote the Foundation’s scholarship program. I understand that if chosen as the award winner, an interview may be requested.

I hereby understand that if chosen as a winner of the Innovation Award, it is my responsibility to remit to the Foundation the appropriate information by August 31, 2019 in order for my scholarship to be paid directly to my educational institution.

I hereby acknowledge that incomplete applications or applications that do not meet eligibility criteria will not be considered for this award.

Signature of Applicant:_______________________________________Date________

 

STATEMENT OF SUPPORT BY GUIDANCE COUNSELOR

I hereby affirm that this application meets the criteria set forth by this award program and that I support this application to the Franklin Educational Foundation.

Signature of Guidance Counselor:_____________________________Date__________

Checklist:

____Typed Application and Resume/Activity Sheet

____Proof of Acceptance to Post-Secondary Institution

____One Letter of Recommendation
____Official Sealed Transcript
____All Supporting Materials

____Completed Statement of Accuracy

Any supporting documents sent separately must be received by 11:59 p.m. April 10, 2020 Place your name on all materials. Do not staple items together.

Complete Application Package must be received by April 10, 2020. NO EXCEPTIONS!

Franklin Educational Foundation Skilled Trades Award

$1,500 scholarship awarded to a Franklin High School Senior wishing to pursue a vocational or skilled trades program.

Application Deadline: Teacher Nomination form due by March 13. Nominated students will receive invitation for scholarship interview to be held at FHS.

This award goes to a student who plans to pursue a career in the skilled or vocational trades. This award is not a traditional scholarship focused on rewarding academic achievement or supporting financial need.

 Please provide:

  • Transcript

  • Nomination letter of support 

  • Applicant must be admitted to an accredited 4-year or 2-year academic institution; or accredited vocational or technical school.