Scholarships at GGBCF

 

The Greater Green Bay Community Foundation administers more than 100 scholarships annually. 

Through the generosity of our donors, scholarship awards range from $500 to $40,000 and are based on a variety of criteria — from need, academics or planned major, to volunteer service, athletic participation or commitment to the community. 

Scholarships are awarded primarily to students in northeast Wisconsin pursuing a technical college or university degree.

With one online application, students are in the running for all eligible Community Foundation awards.

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Gordon & Elmyra Hobbs Scholarship for Crandon High School

The Gordon & Elmyra Hobbs Scholarship is designed to encourage graduates of Crandon High School to pursue post-secondary education in accounting and business. Additional awards are available for those pursuing a Master’s Degree in Accounting or Business.  

Eligibility

Applicant must attend or have graduated from Crandon High School and plan to attend an accredited technical college, university, or graduate business program. All scholarships require a minimum G.P.A. of 2.5 (or 2.0 college G.P.A.) and 1.5 high school course credits in business education. The technical degree scholarship requires applicant to have completed 3 high school course credits in math, and the bachelor’s degree scholarship requires 4 math credits. Talk to your counselor early to learn what courses may qualify as business education. Additional requirements include an one-page essay (1250 characters) responding to one of a choice of questions is required. See application for topics.

Amount

$4,000 for two years (technical degrees) and $8,000 for 2 years (bachelor’s degree), renewable, must reapply

Deadline

March 15

Administration

It is Community Foundation policy that all portions of the scholarship process be completed by the student applicant. If we learn that any part of the process is not completed by or the work of the student, the application may be removed from consideration or an awarded scholarship revoked.

Application Procedure

  • Time
    The application process will take 45 minutes to 1 hour to complete.  The system times out so 
    SAVE  your work often!
  • Documents
    Here is a list of documents you should have saved as named pdfs for easy uploading:

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