Northwest, Iowa — The deadline to apply for a scholarship from the Northwest Iowa League of Cities is drawing near.
The Northwest Iowa League of Cities High School Senior Scholarship Program is open to any high school senior residing in a community that is a member of the Northwest Iowa League of Cities, who is pursuing post-secondary education or training in a field that may result in employment by city government (examples: public administration, urban planning, water/wastewater, recreation, library science, museum management, police, fire and public safety, code enforcement, planner, public engineer, surveyor, city attorney, etc.)
Completed applications are due by April 1st and must be submitted to Northwest Iowa League of Cities Secretary/Treasurer Scott Peterson. In 2020, the Northwest Iowa League is planning to award up to four scholarships of $1,000 each. All funds used for the scholarship program are generated through private and commercial fundraising and are not tax supported.
For more information, or to get an application for these scholarships, CLICK HERE . If you have any questions, please contact Sheldon City Manager Sam Kooiker at the Sheldon City Office, 712-324-4651, or email Scott Peterson at firstname.lastname@example.org .
The Northwest Iowa League of Cities is an organization founded by community leaders in a 27-county area. Members work together to improve the effective and efficient operation of public services. The organization provides on-going education and networking opportunities – sharing experiences leading to regional success. More than 70 cities are currently members, including Sheldon, Boyden, Cherokee, Doon, Hartley, Inwood, Le Mars, Marcus, Orange City, Sanborn, Sioux Center and Spencer.