Tanner Electric taking applications for local student scholarships

  • Wednesday, March 15, 2017 2:07pm
  • LifeNews

Tanner Electric Cooperative is offering area high school seniors in its service area the opportunity to apply for one of two scholarships.

Any graduating senior who is a full-time dependent of a Tanner Electric Cooperative member can apply for a $1,000 scholarship. This scholarship is awarded to one student in each in the company’s service areas in North Bend, Ames Lake, and Anderson Island.

Students interested in becoming electrical line workers may quality for a $4,000 scholarship.

Visit www.tannerelectric.coop to find out more about both scholarships, and to complete an online application. Students may also contact their counseling offices at school. The application deadline for both scholarships is April 1.

The scholarship selection committee will review the applications and select one recipient from each service area.

The scholarship winners will be announced at the upcoming annual meetings in May.

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