Mayville, Wis. – For the 2020-2021 school year, Metalcraft of Mayville proudly awarded 3, $3,000 scholarships (renewable for up to four years), for a total of $12,000 per student.
“At Metalcraft, we feel it is significantly important to support our next generation of community leaders,” said Martin Gallun, CEO at Metalcraft of Mayville. “We had a strong pool of applicants this year, and all of the students showcased great community involvement, academics, and future aspirations.”
Scholarship applicants are evaluated by a scholarship committee and scored in a variety of areas including academic achievement, participation in extracurricular activities, and leadership potential. To be eligible, the student must be the dependent of an employee of Metalcraft. The students must also maintain a GPA of at least 2.5 on a 4-point scale.
2020 scholarship recipients included:
-Elizabeth Van Dyke, a 2020 Collierville, Tennessee High School graduate, will attend Samford University in the fall with plans to pursue a degree in pre-medicine.
-Kaitlyn Schwanke, a 2020 Waupun Area Junior/Senior High School graduate, will attend UW-Green Bay in the fall with plans to pursue a degree in biology.
-Jonathan Gill, a 2020 Kewaskum High School graduate, will attend the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities in the fall with plans to pursue a degree in chemical engineering.
The management and employees of Metalcraft of Mayville congratulate these young adults for their past achievements and encourage them in obtaining their future goals.