AWSC Scholarship

Through the generosity of many, the Association of Wisconsin Snowmoble Clubs is proud to offer a $1,500 scholarship to a graduating high school senior planning to further their education in an accredited two- or four-year institution of higher learning. Working in conjunction with Liberty Mutual Insurance Company, we are pleased to offer a second scholarship of $1,000 again this year; Liberty Mutual will also fund two $1,000 scholarships.


Applicant must be an individual member, or son, daughter, or legal ward of a family with a current membership in an AWSC club having two consecutive years prior membership. He or she is further required to have passed the snowmobile safety course.

Applications may be downloaded from our website or you may call the AWSC office at 800-232-4108 and request an application be mailed to you. The completed application, along with the Student Activity Profile, a six-semester transcript, and a 500-word typewritten essay on "What Snowmobiling Means to Me" must be received in the AWSC office no later than February 2nd.

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