Raymond A. & Amella P. Beilke Scholarship

Amella Beilke established this fund within the Community Foundation of North Central Wisconsin in 2008 to provide scholarships each year for Marathon High School graduating seniors who plan to pursue a post-secondary education at an accredited college or university in the fields of engineering, elementary education, nursing, pharmacy, and other healthcare professions.The Raymond A. Beilke Engineering Scholarship is awarded to students meeting the following criteria:-Graduating high school senior of Marathon High School who has maintained a minimum 3.0 GPA -Planning to pursue a degree in engineering -Planning to attend an accredited college/university The Amella P. Beilke Scholarship is awarded to students meeting the following criteria:-Graduating high school senior of Marathon High School who has maintained a minimum 3.0 GPA -Planning to pursue an education in elementary education, nursing, pharmacy, or any other healthcare profession-Planning to attend an accredited college/university To apply for consideration, students must complete the general application for scholarships at Marathon High School. Contact the guidance office for application materials and the deadline.

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