ProVision Partners Cooperative - Scholarships
Annually, ProVision Partners Cooperative offers scholarships to youth from area high schools. Students applying for these scholarships must be graduating seniors in our trade territories in 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.
The scholarship deadline is March 31st of each year.
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Cooperative Awards Scholarships
ProVision has announced that it will give 22 scholarships to high school graduating seniors in 2022. This annual distribution of aid urges students to further their education by attending post-secondary schools and encourages them to inquire about internship/employment opportunities.
Nathan William Stanek
Nathan William Stanek, son of Greg and Jennifer Stanek of Augusta, WI, graduate from Wildlands Charter School. Nathan plans to attend Chippewa Valley Technical College and take the two-year Welding Fabrication Course.
Dezaray Mae Eisberner
Dezaray Mae Eisberner, daughter of Curtis and April Eisberner of Fairchild, WI, graduate from Osseo-Fairchild High School. Dezaray plans to study Elementary Education at Luther College.
Leah Claire Kidd
Leah Claire Kidd, daughter of Aaron and Gwen Kidd of Blair, WI, graduate from Blair-Taylor High School. Leah plans to attend UW-La Crosse, majoring in Elementary Education.
Emma Jo Bangart
Emma Jo Bangart, daughter of Rick and Peggy Bangart of Stratford, WI, graduate from Marshfield High School. Emma plans to attend UW-River Falls and major in Dairy Science with emphasis on pre-veterinary medicine.
Adam Neal Potts
Adam Neal Potts, son of Neal and Brenda Potts of Marshfield, WI, graduate from Marshfield High School. He plans to continue his education at UW-Stout or UW-Platteville, studying Agricultural and/or Mechanical Engineering.
Kaylee Sue Ferfecki
Kaylee Sue Ferfecki, daughter of Kurt and Susan Ferfecki of Cecil, WI, graduate from Pulaski High School. Kaylee plans study Animal Husbandry at Northeast Iowa Community College.
Reese Nicole Brock
Reese Nicole Brock, daughter of Eric and Stacy Brock of Arpin, WI, graduate Auburndale High School. Reese plans to attend a post-secondary school and earn a degree in Agribusiness with a double minor in Accounting and Financial Planning.
Bethany Hope Strauch
Bethany Hope Strauch, daughter of Rick and Wendy Strauch of Fairchild, WI, graduate Augusta High School. Bethany plans to study Animal Nutrition at Chippawa Valley Technical Collage.
Kelly Jo Herness
Kelly Jo Herness, daughter of Todd and Cindy Herness, Whitehall, WI, graduate Whitehall Memorial High School. Kelly plans to attend UW-Madison on a pre-law track.
Grace Janelle Kling
Grace Janelle Kling, daughter of Nathan and Karen Kling of Taylor, WI, graduate from Blair-Taylor High School. She plans to attend UW-Madison or UW-River Falls and major in Ag Education or Animal Science.
Karly A. Kibbel
Karly A. Kibbel, daughter of Ernie Kibbel, Jr., and Carrie Hass of Spencer, WI, graduate from Spencer High School. She plans to attend a post-secondary school and study Nursing.
Josie Marie Otto
Josie Marie Otto, daughter of Brian and Jodi Otto of Milladore, WI, graduate from Pacelli Catholic High School, Stevens Point, WI. Josie will attend a postsecondary school and pursue a career as a Veterinary Technician.
Kacy Glenna Anderson
Kacy Glenna Anderson, daughter of Dustin and Jodi Anderson of Mindoro, WI, graduate from Melrose-Mindoro High School. Kacy plans to pursue a degree in Global Studies at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities.
Katelyn Marie Ketchum
Katelyn Marie Ketchum, daughter of Michael and Mary Ketchum of Altura, MN, graduate from the Lewiston-Altura High School. She plans to major in Agriculture Education and minor in Dairy Science at UW-River Falls.
Kayla Ann Curtis
Kayla Ann Curtis, daughter of Jamie and Tammy Curtis of Medford, WI, graduate from Medford Area Senior High School. Kayla plans to attend UW-Oshkosh, majoring in Radio-TV-Film and minoring in Journalism.
Abigail Marie Hovland
Abigail Marie Hovland, daughter of Adam and Katie Hovland of Colby, WI, graduate from Abbotsford High School. Abigail plans to attend UW-River Falls on a preveterinary medicine track.
Devani Anne Hinkelmann
Devani Anne Hinkelmann, daughter of Harlan and Melissa Hinkelmann, Loyal, WI, graduate Loyal High School. Devani plans to study Agricultural Marketing at UW-River Falls.
Emily Sue Sternitzky
Emily Sue Sternitzky, daughter of Patrick and Lisa Sternitzky, Chili, WI, graduate from Marshfield High School. Emily plans to pursue a degree in Nursing at the Univesity of Northwestern-St. Paul.
Kale Donald Klussendorf
Kale Donald Klussendorf, son of Ryan and Cheri Klussendorf of Medford, WI, graduate from Medford Area Senior High School. Kale plans to study General Agriculture at a post-secondary school.
Amber R. Becker
Amber R. Becker, daughter of Daniel and Bernice Becker of Spencer, WI, graduate from Spencer Public Schools. Amber plans to attend University of Mary at Bismarck, ND, to pursue a degree in Nursing.
Aaron Christopher Dukelow
Aaron Christopher Dukelow, son of Chris and Monica Dukelow of Abbotsford, graduate from Abbotsford High School. Aaron plans to attend UW-Madison’s Farm & Industry Short Course.
Kristin Emily Zdun
Kristin Emily Zdun, daughter of Michael and Marietta Zdun of Marshfield, WI, graduate from Pittsville High School. Kristin plans to attend Mid-State Technical College and major in Accounting.
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.