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Citizens Bank Minnesota’s Awards Eight Scholarships to High School Students

Citizens Bank Minnesota is proud to support the youth of our communities by awarding scholarships to area students. This year marks the nineteenth year of the program! These scholarships are part of the Community Bankers Scholarship Program TM and 8 students were awarded the annual Citizens Bank Minnesota scholarship.

Amber Adelman, a graduate of Lakeville South, Faith Bergeman, a graduate of Madelia High School, and Hannah Blumhoefer, a graduate of New Ulm Public High School were recently presented with a $1,000.00 scholarship that is renewable for a potential value of $4,000.00 over four years of post-secondary education.

Elle Cooper, a graduate of New Ulm Public High School, Johanna Stelljes, a graduate of Minnesota Valley Lutheran High School, and Jennifer Wear, a graduate of Sibley East High School were the recipients of a $1,000.00 scholarship.

Taylor Forstner, a graduate of New Ulm Public High School and Connor Schaper, a graduate of Minnesota Valley Lutheran High School were the recipients of a $500.00 scholarship.

Citizens awards eight scholarships to customers graduating from high school. Applicants must be high school seniors who plan to enroll in a full-time undergraduate course of study at an accredited two year or four year college in the fall following graduation. Scholarships are available to Citizens Bank Minnesota’s customers who complete the online educational banking videos and have a Citizens checking account. Citizens is proud to invest in their futures by promoting education and excellence.

 

Amber, daughter of Judi Adelman and Duane Adelman, will be attending Northeastern University this fall, pursuing a degree in economics.

 

 

 

 

 

Faith, daughter of Melissa Bergeman and Eric Gunderson, will be attending the College of Saint Benedict this fall, pursuing a degree in nursing or pre-med.

 

 

 

 

Hannah, daughter of Scott and Shelly Blumhoefer, will be attending Iowa State University this fall, pursuing a degree in Aerospace Engineering.

 

 

 

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Elle, daughter of Brigette and Scott Cooper, will be attending the University of Wisconsin, Madison this fall, pursuing a degree in engineering.

 

 

 

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Johanna, daughter of Ross and Laura Stelljes, will be attending the University of North Dakota this fall, pursuing a degree in commercial aviation.

 

 

 

Wear, Jennifer

 

Jennifer, daughter of Tom and Renee Wear, will be attending Iowa State University this fall, pursuing a degree in agribusiness.

 

 

 

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Taylor, daughter of Kevin and Jodi Forstner, will be attending Minnesota State University, Mankato this fall, pursuing a degree in biology-dentistry.

 

 

 

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Connor, son of Patricia and Blake Schaper, will be attending the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities this fall, pursuing a degree in biological sciences.

 

 

 

 

For more information about the scholarship visit: www.citizensmn.bank/personal/scholarship

By Lori Dummer, Marketing Assistant/Scholarship Coordinator

 

WooHoo! We’re awarding $8,000 in Scholarships!

Graudating High School Seniors - check out the 2019 Citizens Bank Minnesota Scholarship

Graduating High School Seniors – check out the 2019 Citizens Bank Minnesota Scholarship!

We now offer 6 Scholarships!

  • 1-$1,000 Renewable up to three years
  • 3-$1,000 One time scholarships
  • 2-$500 One time scholarships

We’ve made the process of applying easier!  Simply watch two short, informative videos and answer a questionnaire for each. When the applications become available in February, if you meet the requirements, we’ll email you the application.

Visit citizensmn.bank/personal/scholarship for all the details or email Lori with any questions you may have at: ldummer@citizensmn.com

By Lori Dummer, Scholarship Coordinator

2018 Citizens Scholarship Winners

Jordan Golberg, a Lakeville North High School graduate, and Truman Pippert, a graduate of New Ulm Cathedral High School, were recently presented with the Citizens Bank Minnesota’s eighteenth annual scholarship awards.  These scholarships are part of the Community Bankers Scholarship Program TM.  Both of these students received a $1,000.00 scholarship that is renewable for a potential value of $4,000.00 over four years of post-secondary education.

Hayden Fischer, a graduate of Lakeville South High School, and Jacob Radloff, a graduate of New Ulm High School, were the recipients of a $500.00 Citizens Bank Minnesota scholarship.  The scholarships are offered through a random drawing to graduating high school seniors from the New Ulm and Lakeville area who have completed the Citizens Real Life Skillz online classes.

Each year, Citizens awards two or more high school seniors with scholarships. Applicants must be graduating high school seniors, have an active Citizens checking account and complete Citizens financial literacy courses. The scholarship program was developed to support our belief in the youth and their potential to make a difference in our community. Citizens is proud to invest in their futures by promoting education and excellence.

golberg-jordan.jpgJordan, son of Brad and Susan Golberg, will be attending Iowa State University this fall, pursuing a degree in engineering.

pippert-truman.jpgTruman, son of Chris and Tami Pippert, will be attending Creighton University this fall, pursuing a degree in business & dentistry.

Fischer, HaydenHayden, son of Jodi Fischer and Ryan Fischer, will be attending the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities this fall, pursuing a degree in engineering.

Radloff, JacobJacob, son of Doug and Patricia Radloff, will be attending South Dakota State University, Brookings this coming fall, pursuing a degree in agricultural engineering.

For more information about the scholarship visit: https://www.citizensmn.bank/personal/scholarship

By: Lori Dummer, Marketing Assistant/Youth Club Coordinator

2017 Citizens Scholarship Winners

Danielle Hogue, a home school graduate, and Levi Stelljes, a graduate of Minnesota Valley Lutheran High School, were recently presented with the Citizens Bank Minnesota’s seventeenth annual scholarship awards.  These scholarships are part of the Community Bankers Scholarship Program TM.  Both of these students received a $1,000.00 scholarship that is renewable for a potential value of $4,000.00 over four years of post-secondary education.

Amy Denn, a graduate of Madelia High School, and Vivian Riggin, a graduate of Lakeville South High School, were the recipients of a $500.00 Citizens Bank Minnesota scholarship.  The scholarships are offered through a random drawing to graduating high school seniors from the New Ulm and Lakeville area who have completed the Citizens Real Life Skillz online classes.

Each year, Citizens awards two or more high school seniors with scholarships. Applicants must be graduating high school, plan to attend a four year university, have an active Citizens checking account and complete the Citizens Real Life Skillz courses. The scholarship program was developed to support our belief in the youth and their potential to make a difference in our community. Citizens is proud to invest in their futures by promoting education and excellence.

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Danielle, daughter of Jeff and Shelly Hogue, will be attending Bethel University this fall, pursuing a degree in nursing and psychology.

 

 

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Levi, son of Ross and Laura Stelljes, will be attending Martin Luther this fall, pursuing a degree in secondary math and elementary education.

 

 

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Amy, daughter of Mark Denn and Lori Denn, will be attending Augustana University – Sioux Falls, SD this fall, pursuing a degree in biology/pre-med.

 

 

 

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Vivian, daughter of Julie and Bill Shea, will be attending Minnesota State University, Mankato this coming fall, pursuing a degree in elementary education.

 

 

 

For more information about the scholarship visit: https://www.citizensmn.bank/personal/real-life-investors

By: Lori Dummer, Marketing Assistant/Youth Club Coordinator

Citizens Bank Minnesota Awards Scholarships

Molly Hennig, a graduate of Luther Preparatory High School, and Grant Halvorson, a graduate of Lakeville South High School, were recently presented with the Citizens Bank Minnesota’s sixteenth annual scholarship awards.  These scholarships are part of the Community Bankers Scholarship Program TM.  Both of these students received a $1,000.00 scholarship that is renewable for a potential value of $4,000.00 over four years of post-secondary education.

Lexi Grathwohl, a graduate of Cathedral High School, and Maria Shea, a graduate of Lakeville North High School, were the recipients of a $500.00 Citizens Bank Minnesota scholarship.  This is something that is offered as a random drawing to all high school seniors from the New Ulm and Lakeville area that completed the Citizens Real Life Skillz online classes.

Each year, Citizens awards two or more high school seniors with scholarships.  The scholarship program was developed to express our belief in the youth and their potential to make a difference in our community. Citizens is proud to invest in their future by promoting education and excellence.

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Molly, daughter of Brian and Grace Hennig, will be attending Martin Luther College this coming fall, pursuing a degree in music and voice.

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Grant, son of Chuck Halvorson and Maureen Thielen, will be attending the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities this coming fall, pursuing a degree in environmental engineering.

Lexi Grathwohl

Lexi, daughter of Norman and Lisa Grathwohl, will be attending Southwest Minnesota State University this coming fall, pursuing a degree in exercise science.

Maria Shea

Maria, daughter of Julie and Bill Shea, will be attending Minnesota State University, Mankato this coming fall, pursuing a degree in elementary education.

For more information about the Citizens Bank Minnesota Scholarships Click Here

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