The Rotary Club of Woodstock supports the continued learning of its community through several different scholarships – a vocational scholarship for adults preparing for a new career; a high school graduate heading to a vocational school or community college and high school graduates who demonstrate a history of service to the community. To be eligible for any of the Rotary scholarships, the recipient must live within the boundaries of Woodstock School District 200.
Adult Vocational Scholarship
The adult vocational scholarship is for adult learners aged 25 and older who are preparing for a career that requires less than a four year degree and are enrolled in a vocational degree or certificate program at an accredited institution.
William “Bill” Frejd Vocational Scholarship
This vocational scholarship is to provide educational opportunities for graduating high school seniors who are preparing for careers that require less than a four-year degree (Associate Degree, Diploma or Certificate) in order to enter into those careers and become successful and productive. Scholarship awards range from $500 to $1,500. Frejd Scholarship recipients will be forwarded to the Rotary District 6440 Vocational Scholarship program for consideration and the possibility of additional support.
For more information on the vocational scholarships, click here.
Service Above Self Scholarship
Service Above Self is one of Rotary’s mottos. This scholarship weighs the applicant’s community service work as well as academic achievement. For more information on this scholarship click here.