Opportunity Scholarships provide money for non-traditional students
Casper, Vaio. (Wyoming News Now) – John P. The Elbogen Foundation is offering non-traditional students the opportunity to pay for higher education.
Students may be eligible for this scholarship if they have lived at least three years in the age group of 24 or older. Becca Steinhoff, executive director, said if people learn from their Hathaway Scholarships and grow up in the state, it’s a way to continue their education.
“We’re thinking of Wyoming residents who haven’t used that opportunity and want the opportunity to continue their education,” Steinhoff said. Each Wyoming Community College owes students 100,000. Students will not be paid more than $ 1,500 per semester for two academic years.
Applications are due September 15. Scholarship applications for community members can be found here.
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