Thomas E. Reynolds (TER) Foundation Scholarship
EEF High School Graduate Scholarship
When you apply for the TER Scholarship you also automatically apply for the EEF HS Scholarship.
Use the button below to access the application.
One TER and up to Four EEF HS Scholarships can be awarded each year.
Deadline for 2024: MARCH 1
How much are the scholarship awards?
The Thomas E. Reynolds Endowment Scholarship (TER) provides a $16,000 scholarship ($4,000 annually for four years)
Annual renewal requires that the student stay in touch with the EEF, provide term grade point averages, any change in his/her college program or professional goals, and maintain a 3.0 grade point average while actively working toward an appropriate degree.
The EEF High School Graduate Scholarship (EEF) provides a one-time $3,000 scholarship
EEF Scholars are encouraged to apply for additional funding during their college career by applying for the undergraduate scholarship
Who can apply?
These scholarships were established to benefit students from the Geneva Lake area.
You may apply if...
you attend Badger, Big Foot, Williams Bay, or Faith Christian High Schools
you live in the Badger, Big Foot, or Williams Bay School Districts (even if you have chosen to go to another school or home-school)
These scholarships were established to support the college education of students who are pursing a career goal related to the conservation or protection of the environment. Financial need will be considered if all other criteria are met.
Your may apply if...
you are planning to attend an accredited four-year college or university
your planned college program in an environmentally-related field (This could include programs such as environmental engineering, biological, ecological, or agricultural sciences applied to the environment - such as the control of pollution or invasive species, conservation programs or environmental education - but not - for example - biology, with the intention of going into the medical field)
you can demonstrate a passion for conservation or environmentally-related projects or research
your high school record that indicates that you can succeed at the college level
you have the ability to use critical thinking skills and information to explore issues and effectively communicate ideas.