The Waterloo Community Foundation announces that applications are now being accepted from area high school seniors for four scholarships:

YOUTH IN ACTION VOLUNTEERISM SCHOLARSHIP, a $1,000 award to a student at East, West or Expo pursuing a career in the field of education or science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM), enrolling at University of Iowa, University of Northern Iowa, Iowa State University or an Iowa community college as a full-time student.  30 hours of volunteer service to the community in prior 12 months is required.

TODD BREKKE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP, a $1,000 award to a student at East, West or Expo or a Waterloo Warriors team member and pursuing a career in the arts (computer graphics, painting, design, etc.) or skilled trade area such as auto repair/mechanics, welding or carpentry.  The donor’s intent is to award this scholarship to a student who has similar talents as Todd Brekke (West ’90), the scholarship’s namesake who quietly and diligently pursued his passion.

HUBERT AND GEORGIA ROSSIN SCHOLARSHIP, a $2,500 award to a student at a Waterloo public or parochial school that has been or is currently residing in a foster care home.  Hubert and Georgia not only raised their own six children, but opened up their Waterloo home regularly to young people residing in the foster care system.  This scholarship is dedicated to those who have provided a loving home to those in need.

LIZ CROWLEY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP, 2 – $500 awards to students at East, West or Expo pursuing a degree in education planning to attend an accredited post-secondary institution.  This scholarship is dedicated to the memory of Liz Crowley, a native of Waterloo and long-time educator, including principal at the Dr. Walter Cunningham School for Excellence in Waterloo.

Applications are available at:  https://www.wloocommunityfoundation.org/scholarships/ and must be received at the Foundation’s office by Thursday, March 4, 2021.