ProVision Partners Cooperative - Scholarships

SCHOLARSHIPS

Annually, ProVision Partners Cooperative offers scholarships to youth from area high schools. Students applying for these scholarships must be graduating seniors in Central Wisconsin, enrolled in the short-course program or a two- or four-year curriculum in the fall. Applicants must also supply general information about themselves, explain why they are interested in their chosen career path, and tell why they feel cooperatives are important.
 
Applicants will be scored on their scholastic achievement, leadership, written essay questions and perceived ability to contribute to the future of their chosen career path.
 
"The increasing need for specialization in agriculture makes a variety of agricultural career options possible. Our goal is to encourage more young people to pursue these careers," says Rob Larson, General Manager.
 
ProVision Partners Cooperative is a farm supply cooperative serving over 6,000 patrons in both the farm and urban markets of Marathon, Wood, Portage, Taylor and Clark counties and beyond and is a proud supporter of area youth.

The scholarship deadline is March 31st of each year. Click Here to print off a Scholarship Application

Cooperative Awards Scholarships

April 2018- Marshfield, WI – Bailey M. Adams, Sherri L. Brandl, Carley E. Elmhorst, Kaylee J Esser, Ellisa R. Frederickson, Matthew S. Grossman, Aiden C. Hoffman, Nathan J. Meyer, Amanda L. Momont, Kolton K. Niemann, Dylana P. Schriner, Jillian M. Tyler were all recently awarded scholarships from ProVision Partners Cooperative as part of the Cooperative’s Careers in Agriculture Scholarship program.

 
No image Bailey M. Adams, daughter of Larry and Lisa Adams and a senior at Stevens Point Area High School plans to earn an Associate Degree in Agribusiness/Science Technology. Throughout school, Adams has been and very active in 4-H and FFA.  She is currently enrolled in a youth apprenticeship program on an organic dairy farm.
No image Sherri L. Brandl, daughter of Corey and Krissa Plams is a senior at Auburndale High School with plans to attend North Central Technical College in Veterinary Science.  During school Brandl has been very active in FFA and volunteering.
No image Carley E. Elmhorst, daughter of Eric and Jena Elmhorst will graduate from Colby High School.  She plans to obtain a teaching degree.  Carley plays volleyball and basketball and is active in 4-H, student council and is the Vice President of SADD.
No image Kaylee J. Esser, daughter of John and Sara Esser, of Auburndale High School. Kaylee will be attending Viterbo University in La Crosse in the fall majoring in Elementary Education.  Esser has logged over 100 hours of volunteer work and plays multiple instruments.  She is a National Honor Society member and active in her church.  
No image Ellisa R. Frederickson, daughter of Dustin and Tracy Frederickson and senior at Stevens Point Area High School.  Frederickson will be attending UW River Falls in the animal science program with plans to become a veterinarian.  Throughout school, Ellisa was active in FFA, 4-H, National Honor Society and volunteered for United Special Sportsman Alliance. 
No image Matthew S. Grossman, son of Scott and Candy Grossman of Pittsville High School.  Matthew plans to pursue a degree in Diesel and Heavy Equipment Technician and Agribusiness and Science Technology. During high school Grossman was involved in sports and FFA. 
No image Aiden C. Hoffman, son of Thomas and Teonna Hoffman, attends Stratford High School and will be majoring in Soil and Crop Science at UW Platteville this fall.  Hoffman has been very active in high school sports including football and wrestling.  He has also been a valued employee working for Bauman Nursery and Landscaping.
No image Nathan J. Meyer, son of Jeff and Louanne Meyer and senior at Colby High School.  Meyer plans to study pre-med/pre-professional health at UW La Crosse in the fall.  Nathan a diverse student excelling in football, basketball and serving on Skills USA, Math League, National Honor Society, FFA, Chess Club and teacher’s assistant. 
No image Amanda L. Momont, daughter of Joseph and Jennifer Momont, senior at Auburndale High School.  Amanda plans to attend college to pursue a degree in teaching agriculture and science.  She has been involved in FFA, Girl Scouts, basketball, cross country and track.
No image Kolton K. Niemann, son of Keith and Fay Niemann attends Edgar High School. Niemann will attend UW Wood County for his first year and then transfer to UW River Falls to obtain a degree in mathematics with an emphasis in statistics.   
No image Dylana P. Schreiner, daughter of Ken and Kim Schreiner, student at Abbotsford High School. Schreiner will attend UW La Crosse majoring in biology with plans to receive her Doctor of Physical Therapy Program.  Her activities in high school included Student Senate, Spanish Club, Mathletes, National Honor Society, FBLA, Family Career and Community Leaders of America, Jazz Band, Volleyball, Baketball, Track & Field along with volunteering.
No image Jillian M. Tyler, daughter of David and Karen Tyler, a senior at Granton High School.  Tyler will be attending UW River Falls majoring in Agricultural Education with a possible minor in animal science or horticulture.  She played a very active role in FFA.

Students from the Central Wisconsin area were invited to apply for the scholarships.  Participants had to indicate their plans to enroll in a two or four year program or farm short course next fall, supply general information about themselves, explain why they are interested in their chosen career path and explain why they feel cooperatives are important.  Participants are scored on their scholastic achievement, leadership, written essay questions and perceived ability to contribute to the society and agriculture in the future.
 
“The increasing need for specialization in agriculture makes a variety of agricultural career options possible.  Our goal is to encourage more young people to pursue future education and to consider a field in agriculture as a career,” says Rob Larson, General Manager.
 
ProVision Partners is an ag supply Co-op that serves agriculture, commercial and urban markets of central Wisconsin and beyond.