Scholarship Night

Students Learn About Scholarship Availability Across the Northland

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The Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation is calling it “Scholarship Season.”

Between now and mid-November the foundation will visit 20 area high schools and the University of Wisconsin Superior to discuss the availability of scholarships in the Northland.  

Foundation representatives gave presentations at Proctor and Carlton High Schools Tuesday. 

Topics covered included available scholarships, and how to find and apply for them. 

The Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation administers more than 300 grants and scholarship funds  for various purposes in the Northland. 

Some of those scholarships are available to students at specific schools and some are open to students from multiple schools based on qualifying characteristics. 

Scholarship Season will continue through November 12th. 

A list of dates and times can be found here.

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