TEAMMATE AND FAMILY MEMBERS SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
The Shopko Foundation recognizes that there is a well-known, large and persistent association between education and health. Because of the positive health consequences related to increased education, the Shopko Foundation supports the education of our Shopko family. Through a competitive process, the Foundation awards grants to qualified winners in amounts up to $2,500 for a given academic year.
- Must be a Shopko teammate or a dependent of a Shopko teammate
- dependents must receive 50% of their support from Shopko teammate
- dependent child of Shopko teammate must be under the age of 24 (as of July 1,2016)
- Applicant or parent must be a full-time or part -time employee of Shopko for at least one year of continuous service as of January 1, 2016.
- The Shopko teammate must be in good standing
- Applicants must be high school seniors or graduates that have enrolled or plan to enroll in an accredited two or four year college, university, technical or vocational school for the entire 2016-2017 academic year.
- Review full application requirements
- Register and complete the online application
- Mail in the following materials to complete the application
- Original official transcript
- from post-secondary colleges and universities that have been attended; High school seniors must include an official high school transcript
- transcripts must include grade summary and GPA
- Two letters of recommendation
- one academic reference or recommendation
- one from a from a teacher, coach, or other adult (not immediate relative)
Mail completed application packet *must be post marked before March 1, 2016.
700 Pilgrim Way
P.O. Box 19060
Green Bay, WI 54307-9060
Recipients will be notified by June 1. All recipients must sign and return the Scholarship Acknowledgement Form and a Publicity Release included with the award notification. Award of scholarship is subject to verification of enrollment from an accredited institution for the upcoming school year. In the event a recipient does not graduate from high school, drops out of high school, or does not enroll in an accredited institution for study during the coming school year, the scholarship will be forfeited and, where practical, awarded to an alternate recipient