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Undergraduate students with a major in wildlife management and/or fisheries biology are eligible to apply for a $795 scholarship through the Ronald D. Liudahl Endowment.
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IN THE BLACK Kohls Scholarship Program
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STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND Ideas for improving K-12 education
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The Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary, Jamestown, in honor of all North Dakota’s Gold Star Mothers and families made a donation to the Spc. Paul Beyer Scholarship fund. This scholarship is administered by the Jamestown School Foundation and is awarded by the Beyer family each year to two Jamestown High School graduates who will be attending two-year technical colleges the upcoming fall.
The Dakotas United Methodist Foundation, Mitchell, S.D., and the Wesley Center of Religion, Grand Forks, have announced a list of scholarships awarded to individuals receiving a seminary education and preparing for ministry in the Dakotas Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church.
Adrian McInnes of Jamestown received the Outstanding High School Leadership Scholarship from the University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, for the 2010-2011 academic year. McInnes, daughter of Don and Dianne Bear, will graduate from Jamestown High School and plans to attend UND in the fall.
Logan Rasmussen of Jamestown received the Outstanding High School Leadership Scholarship from the University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, for the 2010-2011 academic year. Rasmussen, son of Wynn and Donette Rasmussen, will graduate from Jamestown High School in May and plans to attend UND in the fall.
The Icelandic Heritage Society, an affiliate of the Scandinavian Heritage Association of Minot, North Dakota, is offering two scholarships of $500 each, to be awarded at the beginning of the second semester of school in the 2010-2011 year.
Jamestown College will award the honorary degree Doctor of Humanities to Gordon and Charlotte Hansen of Jamestown during the Commencement ceremony on May 8.
As strong and dedicated supporters of Jamestown College, Gordon and Charlotte (Helgeson) Hansen have provided leadership to the College as Trustees for 41 years.
Jamestown College has awarded Melvin R. Arnold Scholarships to three high school seniors.
Matt Achter, Fargo; Alison Bruggeman, Moorhead, Minn.; and Joseph Poshepny, Viroqua, Wis., were selected among students participating in an on-campus interview and examination process in February. The scholarship is valued at $10,000 over four years.
Jamestown College has awarded the full-tuition Wilson Scholarship to three high school seniors.
Jennifer Neva, Jamestown, Anne Schmaltz, Rugby, N.D., and Sarah Didychuk, Brandon, Manitoba, Canada, were selected among students participating in an on-campus interview, essay and examination process in February.
Rotary has announced the winners of its 4-Way Essay Contest. The first-place essay winner is Nikki Iverson. Second place went to Melanie Etter. The third-place winner is Latasha Klatt.
Iverson’s winning essay has been forwarded to the regional contest to compete against other district winners.
Jesse Trapp, Jamestown, junior at the University of Mary, has been named a recipient of the 2010 Global Village Institute fellowship. She will participate in the June-August internship program at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pa.
For Derek Norby, applying for a college scholarship from restive Mosul, in northern Iraq, was a bit different from his pre-Army college application.
The 2004 Moorhead High grad was bone-tired from his high-pressure gig clearing patrol routes of roadside bombs and other threats. And when he didn’t reach potential recommendation letter writers, he couldn’t exactly leave a voicemail saying, “Call me back in Iraq when you get a chance.”
By Mila Koumpilova, Forum Communications Co.
, March 05, 2010
Tickets for the 14th annual Miss Carrington/Miss Dakota Country Scholarship Pageant are on sale. The pageant is set for 7 p.m. March 13, at the Carrington, N.D., elementary gymnasium. Contestants will be competing for scholarships and the titles of Miss Carrington 2010 and Miss Dakota Country 2010.
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