Megan's Memory Scholership
2017-MMSF-CRITERIA.docx


https://charitysmith.org/memorial-funds/megan-danielle-stockstill/


Megan’s Memory Scholarship Foundation was created to honor the life of Mississippi Cowgirl, Megan Stockstill. Megan grew up riding horses, competing in rodeo and barrel racing competitions. Mentoring young riders was one of her greatest accomplishments. As a tribute to Megan, this scholarship will award selected members of rodeo, timed events or 4-H horse club organizations.

SCHOLARSHIP ELIGIBLITY

Scholarship is open to active participants in Rodeo, Timed Event or 4-H Horse Club.
Applicants must be able to prove event participation membership.
High School / Home Schooled Seniors and College Freshmen are eligible to apply.
Scholarship may be used for accredited Trade School, Vocational School, College or University. 

A 2.5 grade point cumulative average in core curriculum classes for the preceding academic year is required.
Applicant may apply more than one year, however past award recipients are not eligible.


SCHOLARSHIP REQUIRMENTS

Scholarship may be used for tuition, fees, books and campus housing.
Scholarship will be paid DIRECTLYto the school. Early semester termination could require full reimbursement of award.   Non-consecutive school semesters will result in forfeiting remainder of funds.

APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED August 1st- August 15th

WINNERS WILL BE NOTIFIED OCTOBER 15TH

Questions regarding scholarship information may be addressed via email: 

megansmemory1 @ gmail.com

OHSRA Scholarships


  1. Print and fill out the application:  Scholarship Form OHSRA.docx 
  2. Obtain a copy of your official transcript from your High School. (Start early and explain that you need the transcript to apply for a scholarship. 
  3. Make sure the correct application is filled out.  We need the OHSRA application not the National application.  
  4. When your form is completed, hand the form and your official transcript in at State Finals when you register. The forms may be turned into Beth Bacon or the OHSRA Secretary no later than one hour before the first performance.  
  5. Complete the scholarship interview.  The time of the interviews will be stated during the student meeting before the first Performance at State Finals.
  6. To receive your scholarship please turn in a copy of your first semester grade card to the Beth Bacon along with the address where the check should be sent.                       (please see "Officers & Directors" page for address)
  7. Deadline Friday, June 8, 2018 one hour before the 1st performance at State Finals. To be turned into Beth Bacon or the OHSRA Secretary.


OHSRA Scholarship Packet


Cinch Scholarship   The Cinch Scholarship is open to any NHSRA or NHSRA JR Member.  Two $2,000  Academic Scholarships will be awarded to Cinch (Male only) and two $2000 Academic Scholarships will be awarded to Cruel Girl (Female only).  Click the link for all the details and to download an application. 

Foundation Scholarships Click on this link to learn more about the Foundation Scholarships given out to National Qualifiers.

HD HOGAN SCHOLARSHIP  


The Cinch Scholarship is open to any NHSRA or NHSRA JR Member.  Two $2,000  Academic Scholarships will be awarded to Cinch (Male only) and two $2000 Academic Scholarships will be awarded to Cruel Girl (Female only).  Click the link for all the details and to download an application. 


Cody Lutz Memorial Rodeo Scholarship


Coy-Lutz-Memorial-Rodeo-Scholarship-Application.docx


DEADLINE for scholarship applications is 15 April 2017, 5:00 p.m. (No exceptions).

If you have any questions about the application process, please email the Lutz Family at:  CoyLutzMemorialScholarshipFund@gmail.com or call (814) 625-0045.

Eligibility Requirements:

Applicant must be enrolled at any college or university ¾ time or full time, or be enrolling for the Fall 2017 semester.
Applicant must be a rodeo contestant in High School Rodeo, College Rodeo or any professional rodeo association (for example: PRCA, PBR, IRA, APRA, SEBRA).
Applicant must provide a 1-5 minute video addressing the questions, 

“What does the sport of rodeo mean to me” 
“What has the sport of rodeo taught me” 
“Why do you need this scholarship and how would you benefit?”
Be creative!
Video must be the original work of the applicant.

Applicant must submit a written essay with the original work of the applicant.

 


Scholarship Information