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South Wisconsin District

Scholarships available from South Wisconsin District

There are two types of scholarships available from the South Wisconsin District LWML. Deadlines for the scholarships are found on the Events page. Directions can be found on the Scholarship Applications.

TLC Scholarship

The Love of Christ Scholarship (Scholarship Fund) is to provide financial assistance to attend district LWML events. Established in 1998 to assist women in South Wisconsin District who wish to attend district retreats and conventions. Limited number of scholarships are available for each event (ten $100 scholarships per retreat and thirty $100 scholarships for District Convention, every other year). Scholarships are used toward registration first and various other expense for the event. Scholarships are considered on an individual basis and a new application must be submitted for each event. Confidentiality of all applicants, including those awarded scholarships, is a high priority. Deadlines for each event will be announced on the website and only applications received by the deadline will be considered.

TLC Scholarship Resources

Female Church Worker's Scholarship Awarded for 2021-2022

These grants are funded by the individual members of the LWML-South Wisconsin District through a percentage of Fall Retreat and Winter Getaway offerings, special gifts and interest on our funds. To be eligible, a woman must be a resident of South Wisconsin District enrolled in one of our synodical institutions preparing for full time church work in a called position. Please join us in praying for these young ladies and all of our young people preparing for a life of service in the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod. To God be the Glory! Serving gladly, Scholarship Committee and Sarah Barkley, chair.

Female Church Worker's Scholarship Awarded for 2021-2022 Scholarship Winners

Julia Baker

Julia Baker

Julia is a missionary kid who is ready to attend college at Concordia University, Seward to study education, both elementary and secondary. Even though she has been overseas and homeschooled, Julia has been involved in many activities to grow herself and serve others. She is passionate about mission work and fully appreciates the work of the LWML.

Amanda Steinke

Amanda Steinke

Amanda is heading to Concordia University, Seward to study elementary education for the first time. She was able to get good grades in high school while being involved in church activities such as Vacation Bible School (VBS) and a Sunday School leader, and playing sports and other after school activities. She has a passion for sharing Christ with children while teaching them each day in school.

Abigail Grosnick

Abigail Grosnick

Abigail will continue her education in Parish Music at Concordia University, Seward as a Sophomore. She continues to play for church services, while keeping up with her studies and performing in choir and handbells. She continues to stay connected to the LWML. Abigail has a passion for providing the church with quality and Christ-centered music.

Rebekah Eatherton

Rebekah Eatherton

Rebekah is attending Concordia University, Seward as a Junior this year to study elementary education. She is also heavily involved in music. Rebekah comes from a family of Lutheran church workers and has a passion for teaching children and helping them grow in the knowledge and love of Christ.

Katarina Hinck

Katarina Hinck

Katarina is returning to Concordia University as a Senior in credits to finish up her early childhood education with a special education emphasis. She has worked very hard to keep up her grades while taking more classes than normal. She has had experience leading Vacation Bible School (VBS) and is excited to use her interests in art and music to round out her classroom learning experiences.

Hannah Eatherton

Hannah Eatherton

Hannah is attending Concordia University, Seward as a Junior to study elementary education. She not only has top grades, but is involved in band and choir. Hannah looks forward to teaching students while helping them grow in their faith and teaching them regular liturgical life.

Lily Ficken

Lily Ficken

Lily is one of 8 children and plans to attend Concordia University, Wisconsin as a freshman to study elementary education with an emphasis in Early Childhood Education or Classical Ed. She helped in Sunday School and was involved in sports during high school. She is inspired by her mother, who home schools all the children. Lily also had the opportunity to lend a helping hand with her 6 younger siblings and learn how to multi-task.