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STARBASE Minnesota Scholarships for Former STARBASE Minnesota Students
Thanks to the generosity of STARBASE Minnesota Board of Directors, supporters and friends of STARBASE, STARBASE Minnesota, Inc. awards $1,000 scholarships to former participants of STARBASE Minnesota who attended STARBASE Minnesota during the school year, and who are actively enrolled in and pursuing post-secondary education or training.
STARBASE Minnesota, located on the 133rd Airlift Wing in St. Paul, MN, and the 148th Fighter Wing in Duluth, has helped inspire and educate more than 80,000 Twin Cities’ youth in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) since 1993 in five-day programs. Former STARBASE Minnesota students who attended during the school year and who are enrolled in post-secondary education are encouraged to apply throughout the year. Recipients will be chosen by a selection committee that may be comprised of STARBASE Board members, STARBASE Minnesota staff, and others selected by the Executive Director of STARBASE Minnesota. STARBASE Minnesota scholarships are one-time awards, and will be presented directly to the recipient. STARBASE MN reserves the right to present the winner on its website or in other professional literature. Contact STARBASE Minnesota with questions: email@example.com
Application deadline: Ongoing
In 2015, the STARBASE Minnesota, Inc. Board of Directors founded the “The General Tim Cossalter Scholarship”. Each year, one of the $1,000 scholarships awarded by STARBASE Minnesota will be designated as the “General Tim Cossalter Scholarship.” General Tim Cossalter served diligently on the Board of Directors for STARBASE Minnesota for many years and was instrumental in the expansion of STARBASE Minnesota that helps STARBASE serve over 6,000 students onsite at the St. Paul and Duluth STARBASE locations each year. His dedication to supporting students’ pursuit of STEM is extraordinary and ongoing.